Ian Rogers[ edit ]

Professional chess player Ian Rogers (born 1960) became the first Australian to become an International Grandmaster, achieving the title in 1985. He has been Australia´s highest rated player for over twenty years, and has represented Australia at 13 chess olympiads (11 of them as 1st board).

Among his career highlights are an incredible three consecutive victories from 1988 to 1990 in the grandmaster tournament in Groningen (outright by a clear point in 1988 and 1989, joint in 1990).

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