51st PCCC Jurmala











51st Meeting of the Permanent Commission 

of the FIDE for Chess Compositions 

in Jurmala (Latvia)

August 30 – September 6, 2008

28 member countries were present. New delegates Marco Bonavoglia (Italy), Peter Gvozdják (Slovakia), Bogusz Piliczewski (Poland)
and Nikola Predrag (Croatia).

President Uri Avner (Israel), secretary Günter Büsing
(Germany).

The results of 8th WCCT and WCCI
2004-2006
were confirmed.

New titles:

  • International Master for Chess Composition: Gady Costeff (Israel),
    Michal Dragoun
    (Czech Rep.), Zoran Gavrilovski (Macedonia) and Arpád Molnár (Hungary).
  • FIDE Master for Chess Compositions: Aleksandr Manveljan (Armenia), Sergei Osintsev (Russia), Nikolai Rezvov (Ukraine), Andrey
    Vysokosov
    (Russia).
  • International Judge: Michal Dragoun (Czech Rep.) for helpmates and
    fairies and Alexander Nazarov (Russia) for retros.
  • International Grandmaster for Solving: Miodrag Mladenovic (Serbia),
    Andrey Selivanov
    (Russia) and Bojan Vuckovic (Serbia).
  • International Solving Master: Aleksander Bulavka (Belarus) and Aleksander
    Leontiev
    (Russia).
  • FIDE Solving Master: Nikola Predrag (Croatia), Klemen Sivic
    (Slovenia) and Alain Villeneuve (France).

Article 16 of the Codex was modified.

FIDE-Album 2001-2003 is expected to appear until the next summer. Album
2007-2009 will be announced in the end of 2009. New selection system has been
developed.

Next World Congress of Chess Composition (WCCC) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
in August 2009. In 2010 provisionally in Rouen, France.

5th International Solving Contest (ISC) 25.1.2009

5th European Chess Solving Championship (ECSC) in Belgrade, Serbia in
May 2009.

 



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