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Stevan Ciric
Number of games in database: 1
Years covered: 1924

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(born May-30-1886, died Jul-24-1955, 69 years old) Yugoslavia

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1. V Vukovic vs S Ciric 0-1301924YugoslaviaA15 English

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Nov-05-13  Karpova: Professor Stefan Ciric from Sgrimisch-Karlstadt* shared 1st place together with Ludmil Furlani (Laibach**) and Emil Kramer (Marburg) at the 2nd Main Tournament of the Yugoslavian Chess Association in 1923. Ciric was awarded the title of Master as he had the best result against the other prize-winners.

From pages 230-231 of the August 1924 'Neue Wiener Schachzeitung'

* Perhaps Karlovac, Croatia

** Ljubljana, Slovenia

Apr-01-15  Stonehenge: <Perhaps Karlovac, Croatia>

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