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Adam Kuligowski

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Adam Kuligowski (born 24 December 1955, Warsaw) is a Polish chess master. He was awarded the GM title in 1980.


In 1973, he won Polish Junior Championship. In 1973/74, he took 3rd in Groningen (EU Junior-ch; Sergey Makarichev won). In 1974, he took 15th in Manila (World Junior-ch; Tony Miles won). In 1975, he took 6th in Tjentište (World Junior-ch; Valery Chekhov won). In 1975, he tied for 6-10th in Poznan (32nd POL-ch). In 1975, he took 2nd in Dresden.

In 1978, he tied for 1st-2nd with Aleksander Sznapik in Krakow (35th POL-ch), drew the playoff match (2 : 2), and took the Polish Champion title on tie-break. In 1978, he won in Warsaw. In 1980, he tied for 3rd-4th in Łódź (37th POL-ch). In 1980, he won in Warsaw. In 1980, he tied for 2nd-4th in Krosno. In 1980, he tied for 1st-2nd in Niš. In 1981, he tied for 4-6th in Warsaw (38th POL-ch). In 1981, he tied for 3rd-4th in Lewisham. In 1983, he took 14th in Wijk aan Zee (Hoogovens; Ulf Andersson won).

Chess Olympiads

Kuligowski played for Poland in three Chess Olympiads.

He won individual gold medal at Buenos Aires 1978 and silver medal at La Valletta 1980.[1]

By the late 1980s he was inactive as a chess player and has not played competitively since.


External links

  • Adam Kuligowski player profile and games at

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