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Kentucky,USA - Zvornik, Bosnia-Herzegovina
Submitted by oMirza on June 13, 2011 at 6:48 AM.
Current champion with a 5-0 lead, but followed the response of the young challenger.When we have remained deprived of repeated fights between giants such as Capablanka or Spasky and Alekhine and Fischer, chess muse Caissa gave us five clashes Anatol...Read more »
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Moj Grad / My city
Original,from : Bosnia-Herzegovina where chess is still popular game.
My father taught me how to play chess when I was 5-6 years old.I left BiH 2000.Over the past 15-16 years,I've visited and lived in various countries throughout my life and have experienced a wide variety of cultures and cuisine.I like to travel too much! Places I visited:
Trieste and Milan,Italy (2000);
I lived in SWITZERLAND 2 years,Luzern and I was in almost every city like: Geneva,Basel,Bern,Zurich etc.;
After I moved to United States and lived in Tennesse about 10 years,now I am in Kentucky (and 4 now). Have been 48 states,USA,almost every city becouse of my job;
Next stop I wish is Rio de Zaniero,Brasil (maybe 2014 soccer world shampionship). I speak Bosnian, English,Swiss-German,and little bit Mexican-spanish.I am crazy about lingustics.Also like history,arheology etc.
What a work out!
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