Krunoslav Hulak, Croatian chess grandmaster, Died at 64

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Krunoslav Hulak was born on May 25, 1951, and passed away on October 23, 2015.

Krunoslav was a Croatian chess master.

He was awarded the International Master title in 1974, and the Grandmaster title in 1976.

Krunoslav won the Yugoslav Chess Championship in 1976 and the Croatian Chess Championship in 2005.

His other notable tournament performances have been:

Varna 1974 equal 1st
Lublin 1976 equal 2nd
Amsterdam IBM tournament 1977 2nd
Osijek 1980 equal 1st
Sombor 1980 equal 1st
Budva 1981 2nd
Banja Luka 1983 equal 1st
Zagreb 1985 2nd
Wijk aan Zee-B 1986 1st
Banja Luka 1987 equal 1st
Solin 2000 2nd

Krunoslav played twice in interzonal tournaments, finishing 11th in Toluca 1982 and 12th in Zagreb 1987.

Krunoslav played thrice for Yugoslavia (1982, 1986, 1990) and thrice for Croatia (1992, 1994, 1996) in the Chess Olympiads.

He died at age 64 in October 2015.

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