Solvers’ ratings as of July 1st 2015 are published!
12 tournaments included: 9th Uralskij problemist Cup Tula; 23rd ICH of Russia Tula; 23rd ICH of Slovakia Bytca; 36th ICH of Azerbaijan Baku; Open Kedainiai; 36th ICH of Lietuva Kedainiai; 39th ICH of Germany Hannover; Open Iasi; 11th ECSC Iasi; ICH of Serbia Beograd; 2nd Israeli OSC; 14th ICH of Greece Athens.
Three top solvers are the same during the last year: Georgy Evseev, Piotr Murdzia and Kacper Piorun!
Dear Participants of the Congress,
This is the final call to inform the organizers about your travel details, if necessary. Till 28th June we would like to collect all data and publish the exact schedule of the shuttle buses.
Piotr and Alex
Official website: www.wccc2015.com
The final results of the 4th FIDE World Cup in Composing for 2015 are published! To compare with preliminary results, only sections #3 and s# have some changes. All final results can be found on the 4th FIDE World Cup in Composing 2015 page:
A-Twomovers | B-Threemovers | C-Moremovers | D-Endgame studies | E-Helpmates | F-Selfmates | G-Fairies | H-Retros
The 1st Clarification document of the 10th WCCT is published and available in PDF and MS Word formats from Competitions/Composing/10th WCCT page. The clarifications are related to sections A-Twomovers, B-Threemovers, G-Fairies, H-Retros.
The following 39 countries are registered as participants of the 10th World Chess Composition Tournament: Argentina, Austria, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Belgium, Brazil, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Mongolia, Morocco, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, USA.
The WCCT committee would like to remind you that the Registrations for the 10th World Chess Composition Tournament should be submitted by May 15th, 2015, including the name, e-mail and postal address of the country’s team leader. Please read the WCCT-10 announcement for more information. At the moment, the following 26 countries are registered: Armenia; Austria; Belarus; Denmark; Finland; France; Georgia; Germany; Great Britain; Greece; Hungary; India; Israel; Italy; Moldova; Mongolia; Netherlands; Romania; Russia; Slovenia; Spain; Sweden; Switzerland; Turkey; Ukraine; USA.
The 11th European Chess Solving Championship was organized by the Iasi County Chess Association and the Romanian Chess Federation in the weekend of 2-3 May. The Open Tournament was conducted by Dinu-Ioan Nicula and the ECSC by Ryszard Królikowski. The full results, the problems and their solutions are available here.
The selected compositions was of a well-balanced difficulty with the studies and moremovers in the ECSC creating most of the headaches to the solvers.
The events were conducted flawlessly and WFCC is grateful to the Romanian organizing team for hosting the championship in the booming Iasi and for providing a nice hotel and a very convenient solving hall.
Dear Chess Friends,
Please let us remind you the deadline for registering to WCCC & WCSC in Ostroda is May 15th 2015. There are still rooms available, but the number of them is significantly reduced.
Piotr Murdzia, Aleksander Miśta
Download invitation as PDF | Official website: www.wccc2015.com
We conclude the results of the 2010-12 Album with the report of the Fairies section.
As the director writes, the task of the judges was huge (the number of entries to be reviewed was a bit more than 1500, a record!), but they managed to finish on time showing a great deal of enthusiasm and good co-operation.
Solvers’ ratings as of April 1st 2015 are published!
6 tournaments included: 2nd Greek solving cup; 11th ISC; 7th WC Moscow; 38th ICH of Poland Pulawy; ICH of Great Britain Eton College; 21st ICH of Netherlands Nunspeet.
Three top solvers are the same as in January 2015: Georgy Evseev, Piotr Murdzia and Kacper Piorun!