Number of games in database: 340
Years covered: 1945 to 1967
Overall record: +80 -91 =169 (48.4%)*
* Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games in the database.
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Uhlmann vs B Milic, 1961 1/2-1/2
B Milic vs Gligoric, 1947 1/2-1/2
B Milic vs Puc, 1946 1-0
B Milic vs Taimanov, 1961 1/2-1/2
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(born Oct-20-1925, died May-28-1986, 60 years old) Yugoslavia
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|Borislav Milic was awarded the IM title in 1952 and the GM title in 1977. He came 1st at Vienna 1951 and later served as General Secretary of the Yugoslav Chess Federation.|
Wikipedia article: Borislav Milic
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|Mar-19-05|| ||WTHarvey: Here are some of Borislav's mates and wins not shown here. http://www.wtharvey.com/mili.html |
|May-26-06|| ||BIDMONFA: Borislav Milic|
|Oct-20-08|| ||brankat: Borislav Milic gained a GM title at the age of 52! Later he did a lot of good work as the head of the Yugoslav Chess Federation.|
|Oct-20-09|| ||Birthday Boy: Happy Birthday!!!Borislav Milic!!!|
|Oct-20-11|| ||Nosnibor: According to the information I hold Milic only finished second equal with Lokvenc and Matonovic on 7.5 points out of 11 at the Vienna Tournament. The winner was Pilnic with 8 points|
|Oct-20-12|| ||brankat: Happy Birthday GM Milic.|
|Feb-11-17|| ||diagonal: <Nosnibor> correct: Milic finished second equal at Vienna 1951-52: http://www.chessbites.com/Games.asp... (click now on Vienna 5152 for the standings)|
Best international tournament results: Dortmund 1951, 2nd-3rd (O'Kelly won); Vienna 1951-52, 2nd-4th (Pilnik won); Belgrade International 1952, 2nd-3rd (Pilnik won, 20 players, including Bogoljubov in his last tournament); <Beverwijk Hoogovens 1955, 1st> in retrospective his most prominent win; Krynica (Poland) 1956, 1st; Madrid 1961, 1st-2nd (joint with Robatsch); Sarajevo Bosna 1961, 3rd-4th (Pachman und Gligoric won).
Milic was co-founder of Chess Informant publications, serving there as a senior editor and writer.
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