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My chess compositions: By Milan R. Vukcevich ; prepared and edited by Mike Prcic ePub download

by Milan R Vukcevich

  • Author: Milan R Vukcevich
  • ISBN: 0974130400
  • ISBN13: 978-0974130408
  • ePub: 1985 kb | FB2: 1375 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: StrateGems (2003)
  • Pages: 164
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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  • Format: lit lrf mobi azw
My chess compositions: By Milan R. Vukcevich ; prepared and edited by Mike Prcic ePub download

Introduction to Milan's book titled My Chess Compositions, by Mike Prcic, 2003.

Introduction to Milan's book titled My Chess Compositions, by Mike Prcic, 2003.

Milan Radoje Vukcevich was born in Belgrade, Yugoslavia in 1937. He was a somewhat unruly child, and when he was five years old his uncle bought him a chess set in an effort to distract him. At that point, Vukcevich later said that "I began playing with everybody willing--and at any time, forever and ever. Vukcevich began playing in tournaments at the age of 10. His first chess activity for which a record has survived was in 1955, when he won the Yugoslav junior championship and drew a 6 game match with Bent Larsen. He continued playing in his native country, and in 1963 he moved to the .

But Milan Vukcevich was best known as a grandmaster of chess problem composition. Milan R. Vukcevich died of complications of a metastatic tumor on Saturday, May 10 2003, at his home in Shaker Heights, Cleveland. He was 66. International Composition Grandmaster. He died at 66 this weekend. We bring you a short biography and examples of his compositions. The Permanent Commission of the FIDE for Chess Compositions publishes collections of the best chess problems from three year periods, in "FIDE Albums". In 1991 there were 16 such Albums and the total amount of problems is 15104.

Milan R. Vukcevich (born Milan Radoje Vukčević; March 11, 1937 – May 10, 2003) was a Serbian-American chemist, a grandmaster of chess problem composition and writer. Milan Radoje Vukčević was born in Belgrade. In 1955 he won the Yugoslav junior championship, drawing a six-game match with Bent Larsen in the same year. In 1960, he played for Yugoslavia at the Chess Olympiad in Leipzig and had the second best overall score at the Student Chess Olympiad in Leningrad.

Chess with Milan book. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Vukcevich was a Yugoslav-American scientist, Grandmaster . He published two books on science. Vukcevich continued to play chess

Milan R. Vukcevich was a Yugoslav-American scientist, Grandmaster chess problem composer, and writer. Vukcevich continued to play chess. In 1975 he finished third in the United States. Vukcevich is better known as an author of chess problems than as a player, however, being the first American resident to be awarded the title of International Composition Grandmaster by FIDE. Vukcevich"s compositions were gathered together in My (2003). He composed in all genres, including directmates, selfmates, helpmates, problems with fairy pieces and a small number of endgame studies. Vukcevich (born Milan Radoje Vukčević; March 11, 1937 – May 10, 2003) was a Yugoslav-American . Vukcevich (born Milan Radoje Vukčević; March 11, 1937 – May 10, 2003) was a Yugoslav-American scientist, Grandmaster chess problem composer, and writer. World Heritage Encyclopedia is a registered trademark of the World Public Library Association, a non-profit organization. Vukcevich (born Milan Radoje Vukčević; March 11, 1937 – May . Milan Vukcevich (1981), Chess by Milan: Problems and Games of Dr. Vukcevich. MIM Company, Burton, Ohio. Vukcevich's compositions were gathered together in My Chess Compositions (2003). On the left is one of Vukcevich's famous problems.