World championships Two times, Alisa Maric was 3rd player in the world. In five consecutive World championships in a period of 1989-2000 she was always among best six.
Serbian-American story Alisa Maric holds international chess titles of women's grandmaster (WGM) and men's international master (IM). Results she made makes her best Serbian female chess player ever and because of her birth place, she's often considered as best American-born female chess player ever. Some of her achievements are still unique in national history of chess.
|9||First tournament win|
|12||Belgrade senior champion|
|15||World vice champion U20|
|16||Yugoslav senior champion|
|20||One of two winners of Candidate's tournament|
|21||Participant of World ch. Final challenger match|
Chess grandmaster Alisa Maric
Born in New York, living in Belgrade, Dr Alisa Maric is chess grandmaster and sports star of Serbia.
Greatest achievement - 3rd place in the world
As a co-winner of Candidates Tournament in 1990, Alisa Maric played Final challenger match for the World champion title in 1991, which is the biggest individual success in history of Yugoslav and Serbian chess.
Chess Olympiads In year 2006, Alisa Maric celebrated extraordinary jubilee, leading role in national selection for last 20 years. She won Olympic team bronze medal in Thessalonica 1988 and Olympic individual bronze medal in Elista 1998.
and trophies Her collection of medals
also includes silver medal in Batumi 1999 at European teams championship. She won three European clubs cup gold trophies and one bronze. She was junior vice champion of the world,
senior champion of Yugoslavia and winner of many international tournaments.
Participant of invitational Mixed Pairs tournament in Chengdu, China
Alisa Maric played among other chess legends: Xie Jun, Maya Chiburdanidze, Artur Jussupov, Yasser Seirawan, world champion Hou Jifan etc.
October 2009: 1st board of Serbian team Alisa Maric played on the 1st board of Serbian national selection at European team championship "Novi Sad 2009" (21-31. October).