Number of games in database: 19
Years covered: 1962 to 1975
Overall record: +7 -9 =3 (44.7%)*
* Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.
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|A00|| ||Uncommon Opening (3 games)||C64|| ||Ruy Lopez, Classical (2 games)||A43|| ||Old Benoni (2 games)||B42|| ||Sicilian, Kan (2 games)|
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(born Mar-06-1938, died 1991, 53 years old) Yugoslavia (federation/nationality Canada)
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|Kuprejanov was born in Panchevo. He was an IM and represented Canada at 4th board in the 1974 Olympiad, accumulating 8.5 points in 14 team games. He finished in 1st-2nd with Geza Fuster in the 1971 Toronto Championship. His sketches have appeared in Chess Canada, the newsletter of the FIDE zone for Canadian Chess Federation.|
References: http://www.olimpbase.org/, http://www.fide.com/, Chess Canada
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|Mar-12-11|| ||GrahamClayton: Kuprejanov also contributed drawings to "Chess Canada", a Toronto based magazine published from early 1970 to mid 1975.|
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