International Master since 1994. Aleks Wohl is a journeyman Australian master who is now based in Europe.
He won the Australian Championship in 1992. In 1989 he won the Australian Open Chess Championship and he tied for 1st with George Xie Wendi in the 2009 Australian Open.
World Championship tournaments
In 2000 he won the Oceania Zonal and qualified for the FIDE World Chess Championship 2000, but was knocked out in the first round by Alexander Galkin. He competed in the 2005 Oceania Zonal, scoring 6/9, a half point from the lead.
Wohl played for Australia in the Chess Olympiads of 1992, 1996, 2000, 2002, 2006 and 2012.
Wohl’s best performances include 1st in the 38th Doeberl Cup in 2000,and =1st with Ian Rogers in the 43rd Doeberl Cup Canberra 2005, 1st in the 2001 Santa Olaya International Open in Spain, =3rd in the 18th Virxe Peregrina Open in Spain in 2002, =2nd in the 22nd International Schachsturnier in Munich in 2002, =1st in 2003 and 1st in the 2005 NZ Championships, =1st in the 6th Vins du Medoc Open 2003 with Henrik Teske, 1st in the International Open in Munich 2003 and 2005, =3rd at the International Festival in Cannes 2004 behind co-winners Simen Agdestein and Mladen Palac, =1st (3rd on countback behind Evgenij Ermenkov and Jose M Dominguez) in the 2004 Los Inmortales V in the Dominican Republic, 1st in the Open des Vins 2005 in France, =3rd in the Arco Di Trento in Italy 2005 behind Agdestein and and Sergey Zagrebelny, 3rd in the Master Open Cutro 2006, =1st and winner of the 10th Vins du Medoc in 2007 , =1st on 8/9 with Eduard Fomichenko in the 11th Vins du Medoc International Open 2008, =1st at Citta' di Arco in Italy, 1st in the Schlosspark Open 2009 with 6.5/7, 1st at the 2010 International Open in Munich, and =3rd at Leiden 2010 behind Sergei Tiviakov and Predrag Nikolic. In November 2011, Wohl won the Ruth Coxhill Memorial with 9/9.
There is a photo of IM Wohl at: http://www.chessbase.com/espanola/n...
Wikipedia: Wikipedia article: Aleksandar Wohl