Serbian Chess Championship – Round Eleven

The 2012 Serbian Chess Championship is taking place from 23rd April to 5th May in Vrnjačka Banja. Fourteen players with average elo of 2534 compete in the round robin tournament.

Ivan Ivanisevic made a huge step towards defending the title by defeating the nearest follower Branko Damljanovic with black pieces. There are two rounds left and Ivan’s lead is extended to point and a half.

In the other games the talented junior Aleksandar Indjic won against the national captain Bosko Abramovic, while Danilo Milanovic scored against the captain of the women’s national team Igor Miladinovic.

Boban Bogosavljevic finally ended the bad streak of three consecutive losses with a draw against Miroslav Markovic.

Round 11 standings:

1. GM Ivanisevic Ivan SRB 2645 – 8.5
2-4. GM Perunovic Milos SRB 2582, GM Damljanovic Branko SRB 2582 and GM Popovic Dusan SRB 2561 – 7.0
5. GM Markus Robert SRB 2625 – 6.5
6. GM Sedlak Nikola SRB 2593 – 6.0
7-8. GM Abramovic Bosko SRB 2460 and IM Indjic Aleksandar SRB 2430 – 5.5
9-10. GM Miladinovic Igor SRB 2555 and GM Milanovic Danilo SRB 2520 – 5.0
11. GM Bogosavljevic Boban SRB 2523 – 4.5
12. GM Pikula Dejan SRB 2525 – 4.0
13. IM Bodiroga Predrag SRB 2397 – 3.0
14. GM Markovic Miroslav SRB 2480 – 2.5

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Ivan Ivanisevic

GM Ivan Ivanisevic

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