by Patrick Moore ONE FACT OFTEN FORGOTTEN OUTSIDE THE FORMER Yugoslavia during the conflict is that, relative to its total population, Yugoslavia used to be a world leader in producing chess grand masters. Its main competitors in Europe were Hungary and the Soviet Union. Chess is an integral part of Yugoslav popular culture, and it […]

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