CHESS PLAYER

Andrija Fuderer

1931 - 2011

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Andrija Fuderer (13 May 1931, Subotica, the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, Yugoslavia – 2 October 2011, Palamós, Catalonia) was a Croatian–Belgian chess master. At the beginning of his career, he won the Yugoslav Junior Chess Championship in 1947. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Andrija Fuderer has received more than 13,600 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Andrija Fuderer is the 184th most popular chess player, the 247th most popular biography from Serbia and the 6th most popular Serbian Chess Player.

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Among CHESS PLAYERS

Among chess players, Andrija Fuderer ranks 184 out of 376Before him are Jonathan Penrose, Henrique Mecking, Susan Polgár, Boris Gulko, Alexander Morozevich, and Predrag Nikolić. After him are John Nunn, Alexei Shirov, Nick de Firmian, Yasser Seirawan, Harry Golombek, and Zhu Chen.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1931, Andrija Fuderer ranks 403Before him are Rip Taylor, Hanoi Hannah, Ronald Drever, Marjorie Jackson-Nelson, D. M. Jayaratne, and Kálmán Markovits. After him are John Kerr, Ernie Banks, Martin Milner, Frank Gardner, Clement Arrindell, and Clifford Jordan. Among people deceased in 2011, Andrija Fuderer ranks 351Before him are Annette Charles, François Nourissier, Elaine Stewart, H. R. F. Keating, Dietrich Stobbe, and Sylvia Robinson. After him are Gordon Tootoosis, Jet Harris, Brian Jacques, Varkey Vithayathil, Taiji, and Clement Arrindell.

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In Serbia

Among people born in Serbia, Andrija Fuderer ranks 247 out of 469Before him are Radmilo Ivančević (1950), Miloš Teodosić (1987), Slaviša Jokanović (1968), Dragomir Tošić (1909), Zoran Živković (1960), and Dušan Tadić (1988). After him are Arpad Sterbik (1979), Nenad Đorđević (1979), Adem Ljajić (1991), Nikola Grbić (1973), Franz Xaver von Wulfen (1728), and Radivoje Manić (1972).

Among CHESS PLAYERS In Serbia

Among chess players born in Serbia, Andrija Fuderer ranks 6Before him are Svetozar Gligorić (1923), Borislav Ivkov (1933), Boris Kostić (1887), Aleksandar Matanović (1930), and Ljubomir Ljubojević (1950). After him are Peter Leko (1979).