Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina Exlusive in the web!
Belgrade (Investbanka) plus Belgrade singulars, Serbia
Bled singulars, and
Bled Open series, Slovenia
Bugojno, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Ljubljana, Portoroz et al., Vidmar Memorial, Slovenia List of winners
Novi Sad (Liberation tournament) plus
Novi Sad singulars, Serbia
Sarajevo (Bosna), Bosnia and Herzegovina Special feature
today as an Open ongoing
(Salona tournament), Croatia
Sombor, Parcetic Memorial, Serbia
Skopje (Turnir solidarnost), Macedonia Comprehensive survey
Vinkovci, Croatia An
Vrsac, Kostic Memorial, Serbia An easy-to-read survey
Zagreb (Grand Chess Tour), plus Zagreb singulars,
Zagreb, Rovinj/Zagreb, Rijeka/Zagreb (Tournament of Peace)
Two legendary blitz tournaments had been organised in Herceg Novi, Montenegro in 1970 and 1983.
Montenegro, is especially famous for its world elite tournament in 1983. There had been already a strong international tournament in 1978, later there had been some further tournaments of moderate or minor strength, but no numbered series.
(today Podgorica), Montenegro, organised one particular famous tournament in 1984 (40th Anniversary of Liberation of the city)
Further cities with occasional major tournaments are, amongst others:
Rogaska Slatina, Slovenia
Vrnjacka Banja, Serbia
Vinkovci (numbered) had one well-known tournament in 1968, followed by an even stronger tournament in 1970, but apart from that, Vinkovci
was a series of moderate or minor strength, that's why it is not printed in bold.
Bosna, held in Sarajevo, was of world elite calibre as a longtime invitation tournament, today it is played as an open tournament of rather regional status.
The Vidmar Memorial, Slovenia, sometimes is organized as a pure national competition.