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SSJ secretary Šarić, President of the Chess Club Pančevo, IM Vojislav Milanović, 2003.
Awarding of Prizes to the participants, Chess Club Partizan, 2000.
IM Stamenković, IM Milanović, sisters Marić
Simulcast with students of Chess Club Partizan, Belgrade 1998.
Vojislav Milanović is a highly accomplished International Chess Master from Serbia. Throughout his career, Milanović has been known for his exceptional positional and strategic play, as well as his ability to calculate complex variations. He has achieved a peak Elo rating of 2420. With decades of experience in the game, Milanović is a respected chess coach and commentator and continues to inspire and mentor aspiring chess players around the world.
FIDE master since 1990, Yugoslavian national master since 1990.
International master since 1993.
Many strong performances in international tournaments.
Several Yugoslavian Champions Cup titles as a team player.
Numerous impressive results in rapid-play tournaments.
Three times winner of the Belgrade Club Cup as a team player.
Fifteen years as a chess coach at the famous Partizan chess club which was 23 times Yugoslav champion and 3 times European Club Champion.
Co-authored a book on the Spanish Gambit with the famous grandmaster Milan Matulovic in 1997.
Translated the classic book Nottingham 1936 by Alexander Alekhine from Russian into Serbo-Croat.
Ada Ciganlija Restaurant, Gala Lunch of Chess Officials
Intermediate Level Students of the Chess Club Partizan, 1998.
Serbian Youth Championship in Kladovo, 1978.
"CHESS IS A MATTER OF DELICATE JUDGEMENT, KNOWING WHEN TO PUNCH AND HOW TO DUCK."
— Bobby Fischer