WCSC results

World Chess Solving Championship (WCSC)

 

Year
Place
Participants
World Champion
Teams Individuals
Team
Individual
1977 Malinska
9
18
Finland  
1978 Canterbury
13
26
Finland  
1979 Hyvinkää
9
18
FR Germany  
1980 Bled
10
20
Israel  
1981 Arnhem
13
26
Finland  
1982 Varna
9
25
Yugoslavia  
1983 Bat Yam
8
23
Finland Roland Baier (SUI)
1984 Sarajevo
8
22
Finland Kari Valtonen (FIN)
1985 Riccione
10
31
Finland Ofer Comay (ISR)
1986 Fontenay-sous-Bois
8
28
Great Britain Pauli Perkonoja (FIN)
1987 Graz
11
34
FR Germany Michel Caillaud (FRA)
1988 Budapest
12
42
FR Germany Michael Pfannkuche (FRG)
1989 Bournemouth
13
48
USSR Georgy Evseev (URS)
1990 Benidorm
10
38
Great Britain, USSR Georgy Evseev (URS)
1991 Rotterdam
11
40
USSR Georgy Evseev (URS)
1992 Bonn
12
49
Russia Pauli Perkonoja (FIN)
1993 Bratislava
18
74
Germany Michael Pfannkuche (GER)
1994 Belfort
16
57
Germany Arno Zude (GER)
1995 Turku
14
59
Finland Pauli Perkonoja (FIN)
1996 Tel Aviv
14
50
Israel Noam Elkies (ISR)
1997 Pula
19
68
Israel Jonathan Mestel (GBR)
1998 St. Petersburg
19
70
Israel Georgy Evseev (RUS)
1999 Netanya
21
68
Russia Ofer Comay (ISR)
2000 Pula
17
63
Germany Michel Caillaud (FRA)
2001 Wageningen
19
74
Israel Jorma Paavilainen (FIN)
2002 Portoroz
20
75
Germany Piotr Murdzia (POL)
2003 Moscow
22
73
Russia Andreï Selivanov (RUS)
2004 Halkidiki
22
82
Israel John Nunn (GBR)
2005 Eretria
19
72
Great Britain Piotr Murdzia (POL)
2006 Wageningen
20
68
Great Britain Piotr Murdzia (POL)
2007 Rhodes
24
82
Great Britain John Nunn (GBR)
2008 Jurmala
24
88
Russia Piotr Murdzia (POL)
2009 Rio de Janeiro
17
52
Poland Piotr Murdzia (POL)
2010 Crete
19
71
Poland John Nunn (GBR)
2011 Jesi
20
83
Poland Kacper Piorun (POL)
2012 Kobe
15
52
Poland Piotr Murdzia (POL)
2013 Batumi
19
84
Poland Piotr Murdzia (POL)
2014 Berne
23
90
Poland Kacper Piorun (POL)
2015 Ostróda
19
85
Poland Kacper Piorun (POL)
2016 Belgrade
22
89
Poland Kacper Piorun (POL)

 

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