VII Sampionat FNRJ: bilten finalnog turnira VII prvenstva FNRJ u sÌŒahu  (7th Yugoslav Chess Championship. Bulletins)
VII Sampionat FNRJ: bilten finalnog turnira VII prvenstva FNRJ u sÌŒahu  (7th Yugoslav Chess Championship. Bulletins)
VII Sampionat FNRJ: bilten finalnog turnira VII prvenstva FNRJ u sÌŒahu  (7th Yugoslav Chess Championship. Bulletins)
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VII Sampionat FNRJ: bilten finalnog turnira VII prvenstva FNRJ u sÌŒahu (7th Yugoslav Chess Championship. Bulletins)

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Author: Sahovski savez Bosne i Hercegovine

Year: 1951

Publisher: Sahovski savez Bosne

Place: Sarajevo

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111 pages pages with photographs, portraits, diagrams and tables. (Bulletins 1-7 all printed) Octavo (8" x 5 3/4") bound in original publishes wrappers. (Bibliotheca Van der Linde-Niemeijeriana: 5833) First ediion.

These are the bulletins, although not daily, the seven bulletins capture the spirit and essence of the contest. The Yugoslav Chess Championship was a tournament with great tradition, held to determine the national champion. It was a very strong event which represented players from six federal republics, today independent countries. This is the seventh edition of the tournament played in Sarajevo. Twenty contestants were invited. Braslav Rabar captured first with a score of 13 followed by Petar Trifunovic and Andrija Fuderer tied for second at 12. fourth and sixth was shared with Dragoslav Andric, Mijo Udovcic and Milan Germek with 11. In sole seventh was Svetozar Gligoric a half point behind. At a score of 10 two shared spots for eighth and ninth Nikola Karaklajic and Dragoljub Janosevic. Boris Ivkov, Bora Tot and Srecko Nedeljkovic shared tenth through twelfth with scores of 9.5. A half point behind were thirteenth through fourteenth shared by Aleksandar Matanovic and Mario Bertok. At clear fifteenth was Juraj Nikolac a half point behind. Sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth shared by Stojan Puc, Borut Bajec and Borislav Milic at 8 followed by Longer at 6 and Igor Kindij with 4.5.

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Edge wear, some tears at punch holes, age toning else a very good copy.