Ing Leonardo Ljubicic
Number of games in database: 7
Years covered: 1997 to 2011
Last FIDE rating: 2087
Highest rating achieved in database: 2154
Overall record: +3 -0 =4 (71.4%)*
* Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.
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|Jan-24-12|| ||whiteshark: He is #20 in the recent ICCF rating list with an ELO of <2639> and 378(!) rated corr games. |
|Feb-24-12|| ||cro777: Ing Leonardo Ljubičić is Croatia's International Correspondence Chess Grandmaster. He is one of the newest (2011) Grandmaster title holders.|
I'm expecting him in the final of the 28th World Championship. He was clear first in his group of candidates tournaments for the World Championship 28.
At the moment CGM Ljubičić is taking part at the Walter Muir Memorial Invitational, a correspondence chess tournament in memory of legendary ICCF IM Walter Muir (the tournament got underway on 15 February, 2012).
Walter Muir (1905-2000), recognized as the "Dean of American Correspondence Chess", was the most influential person in the development of correspondence chess in the United States. He was a cofounder of ICCF-US. Muir led American players into the international arena.
|May-09-13|| ||cro777: Ljubicic is a finalist of the upcoming 28th World Championship in correspondence chess (a 17 players round robin will start on June, 10th). This is for the first time that Croatia is represented by two players in a world championship final: International Correspondence Chess Grand Masters Ing Leonardo Ljubičić and Davor Krivić. |
Ljubicic is also participating in Top players section of the ongoing Witold Bielecki Memorial, the 3rd strongest tournament in ICCF history.
|May-09-13|| ||nok: And he can play tennis, too.|
|Dec-12-15|| ||cro777: Correspodence GM Ljubičić, Ing. Leonardo (Croatia) has become the 28th ICCF World Champion. |
He has scored 10 points from 16 games and cannot be overtaken.
|Feb-18-16|| ||whiteshark: Congrats to the new Champ!
|Feb-18-16|| ||sonia91: <Ing Leonardo Ljubic> "Ing." means "engineer", but cg.com has Dr. Robert Hübner as simply Robert Huebner, Dr. Nora Nora Medvegy as Nora Medvegy, Dr. Jana Bellin as Jana Malypetrova Hartston Miles Bellin|
|Feb-18-16|| ||sonia91: <Ing Leonardo Ljubicic> "Ing." means "engineer", but cg.com has Dr. Robert Hübner as simply Robert Huebner, Dr. Nora Nora Medvegy as Nora Medvegy|
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