Rade was born in 1954 in Yugoslavia, and have lived in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Rade finished the University of Belgrade-Law School in 1977. Since August 1998 I have been living in Dallas with my family.
Since 1999, Rade has been working with chess team of University of Texas (UTD) as a trainer and coach (from 2001) for the best college team in America. He has played in many competitions, from scholastic to World Chess Olympiad. This helps him to successfully teach and promote chess among kids as well adults.
Achievements in Chess
These are the highlights of Rade’s chess career.
Champion of Tuzla in 1972
Junior Champion of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1972
Second Place on Junior Championship of Yugoslavia
Junior Balkan Champion in 1973
Became a Candidate Master in 1972
Became a Master in 1977
Became an International Chess Master in 1988
Warszawa – Poland, 1988
Catollica – Italy, 1988
Madona di Campiglio – Italy, 1988
Championship of Bosnia – Herzegovina, 1994
Member of BH team which finished 2nd in the World Chess Olympiad – Moscow, 1994
Since Emigrating to the USA in 1998
Won the Houston BrainStorm Tournament,1998.
Tied for 1st, PanAm Open Dallas 1998.
Tied for 1st, Texoma Open, Dallas 1999.
Won the Texas State Championship, Dallas, 1999.
Tied for 1st at the National Open, Las Vegas, 2000.
Won the WBCA Grand Prix Blitz, Dallas, 2000.
Won Texas Masters, Dallas 2002
Coach and Trainer experience
Coach (and player) Chess team Tuzla 1981-1993
Coach (and player) Chess team Zrinski Tuzla 1994-1995 (1st place team championship Bosnia 1994.)
Coach (and player) chess team Mimosa, Tivat, Montenegro 1995-1998 (1st place team championship 1998)
Chess coach at the Solomon Schecter Academy at Dallas, 1999-present
Chess coach at the Brinker Elementary School in Plano, 2000-present
Chess coach at the Rose Mary Hagar Elementary school, Dallas, 2001-present
Chess coach at Nathan Adams Elementary School Dallas, 2001 – present
Coach for the University of Texas at Dallas Chess Team
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