- Minutes of Meeting Belgrade 2016 February 21, 2017
- 10th WCCT: claims and replies February 21, 2017
- 5th FIDE World Cup in Composing 2017 – Preliminary results – H-Retro February 9, 2017
- 13th ISC: Preliminary Results February 8, 2017
- Other rated solving tournaments – 2017 January 31, 2017
- 13th ISC: Preliminary Summary January 31, 2017
- Invitation to Dresden: 60th WCCC & 41th WCSC January 28, 2017
- 13th European Chess Solving Championship January 15, 2017
- Solving Tournaments Problem Database (STPDB) January 7, 2017
- Solvers’ ratings January 1st 2017 January 7, 2017
Recent news by category
Now you find on the Mat Plus website the preliminary result of International Solving Contest 2017.
There were 38 tournaments in 29 countries.
Category 1 – 223 participants. Preliminary top-3: 1. John Nunn (GBR) 2. Georgy Evseev (RUS) 3. Oto Mihalco (SVK)
Category 2 – 116 participants (one unofficial solver because his half-rating is > 1700)
Category 3 – 144 participants (4 unofficial solver because born before 29.3.2004)
Final results expected to be published until the end of February.
Schwalbe, deutsche Vereinigung für Problemschach, and the local organizing committee have the honour to invite national representatives of the World Federation for Chess Composition (WFCC), national chess solving teams, individual solvers and composers and everybody interested in problem chess, to attend the jubilee 60th World Congress of Chess Composition (WCCC) and 41th World Chess Solving Championship (WCSC).
The congress will be held at the Wyndham Garden Hotel in Dresden, Germany, from Saturday, 5 August 2017 (arrival), to Saturday, 12 August (departure). The Open Solving will take place on Monday, 7 August 2017, and the WCSC on Tuesday and Wednesday, 8-9 August 2017.
The congress is organized as part of the Dresdner Schachsommer (Dresden Chess Summer, 29 July-12 August 2017) which also comprises the German Masters and the ZMDI Open (29 July-6 August 2017, an international OTB open tournament).
The Latvian Society for Chess Composition, in co-operation with the Riga Chess Federation, has the honor of inviting the European national teams and individual solvers to participate in the 13th European Chess Solving Championship. The event will be held from Friday, May 12th to Sunday May 14th, 2017, at the Radisson Blu Daugava Hotel, in Riga.
Directors of the competitions: ECSC: Luc Palmans (Belgium), Open solving and Solving show: Vidmantas Satkus (Lithuania), Baltic Combined: Ilja Ketris (Latvia).