Miloš Perunović

Miloš Perunović (born 14 January 1984) is a Serbian chess player. He was awarded the title of Grandmaster (GM) by FIDE in 2004. He is a two-time national champion (2005, 2007).

Miloš Perunović
Perunovic milos 20081120 olympiade dresden.jpg
Perunović at the Dresden Olympiad
Born (1984-01-14) 14 January 1984 (age 38)
Belgrade, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia
TitleGrandmaster (2004)
FIDE rating2543 (June 2022)
Peak rating2641 (April 2016)

Chess careerEdit

Perunović played first board on the bronze medal-winning FR Yugoslavia (Serbia & Montenegro) team at the 2001 European U18 Team Chess Championship.[1] He won the Serbia and Montenegro Chess Championship in 2005 and its successor, the Serbian Chess Championship in 2007. One of the most consistent performers at the national championship, he also has three silver and three bronze medals.[2]

A regular national team member, Perunović has represented his country in four Chess Olympiads (2004, 2008, 2012, 2014)[3] and seven times in the European Team Chess Championship (2003, 2005, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017).[4]

In 2012, he won a bronze medal with the City of Novi Sad team in the 1st FIDE World Cities Chess Championship.

Perunović tied for 10th - 23rd at the 2014 European Individual Chess Championship, which qualified him for the Chess World Cup 2015, where he was defeated in the first round by Wang Hao.

In 2016, Perunović tied for first in the Grenke Chess Open in Karlsruhe, Germany with Matthias Blübaum, Vladimir Fedoseev, Nikita Vitiugov, Ni Hua, and Francisco Vallejo Pons, taking third place on tiebreak.[5]

He finished second in the 2018 Chigorin Memorial Blitz.[6]


  • The Modernized Benko Gambit. Thinkers Publishing (2018). ISBN 978-9-49251-021-1.


  1. ^ "OlimpBase :: European Boys' U18 Team Chess Championship :: Miloš Perunović". Retrieved 2021-10-03.
  2. ^ "Championship". Retrieved 2021-10-03.
  3. ^ "OlimpBase :: Men's Chess Olympiads :: Miloš Perunović". Retrieved 2021-10-03.
  4. ^ "OlimpBase :: European Men's Team Chess Championship :: Miloš Perunović". Retrieved 2021-10-03.
  5. ^ Souleidis, Georgios (2016-03-30). "Matthias Blübaum wins GRENKE Chess Open". ChessBase.
  6. ^ "Chess-Results Server - Chigorin Memorial 2018 Blitz". Retrieved 2021-10-03.

External linksEdit