Vojin Vujosevic lives in Canada where he has been active as a player, tournament director and organizer. He has also served in some capacity in six chess olympiads, mostly as a captain.
He has a current CFC rating of 2244 but hasn’t played seriously for some time now. He owns a huge chess library of which he has read only a small fraction but likes to follow the latest chess happenings on the internet.
Besides chess Vojin likes travel, reading, music and movies. His favourite authors include Fyodor Dostoevsky, Ivo Andric, Philip Jose Farmer, Thomas Pynchon, Tolstoy, Ljuba Nenadovic, Elias Canetti and lately Marcel Proust. His musical tastes are eclectic, going from Verdi to Lady Gaga depending on his mood. He likes old movies and TV, preferably sci-fi.
His favourite quote is: “Don’t leave for tomorrow what you can leave for the day after tomorrow.” This is an old Russian proverb, according to GM Yuri Averbakh, who told it to him in Moscow in 1994.
Here are a couple of Vojin’s games