Announcement was published in February 2007. The closing date for entries was December 31, 2007.
Lists of received entries | Results | Most successful composers
Publication in April 2013. 688 pages, 1367 diagrams, 312 authors. Text, indexes, registers, statistics in English, French and German. Hard-cover blue clothbound. Price 45 euro (surface shipping free). Discounts if more copies ordered. Orders to Peter Gvozdják, peter.gvozdjakgmail.com.
See also the updated page of the FIDE Albums.
The WCCI judging completion status page was created and we will be updating it as soon as new awards arrive!
New competitions: 9. ISC, 5. WC Moscow, ICH of Great Britain (Eton), 36. ICH of Poland (Bydgoszcz), 34. ICH of Finland (Helsinki), 19. ICH of Netherlands (Nunspeet).
See the rating list of April 1st 2013 (wide-screen page in a new window).
Final results for the 9th ISC are published!
34 tournaments in 27 countries, 340 solvers from 30 countries.
Category 1 (208 solvers): 1) Kacper Piorun (POL) 60/234 min. 2) Jorma Paavilainen (FIN) 60/239 min. 3) Bojan Vučković (SRB) 59
Category 2 (132 solvers): 1) Živojin Perović (SRB) 40/117 min. 2) Marko Ložajić (SRB) 40/167 min. 3) Jergus Pechác (SVK) 39
Problems | Solutions | Announcement
The Georgian Chess Federation and Georgian Chess Composition Association have the honor to invite all WFCC delegates, national teams, individual chess solvers, composers and all those interested in problem chess to attend the 56th World Congress of Chess Composition (WCCC) and 37th World Chess Solving Championship (WCSC) in Batumi at the Black Seaside of Georgia.
Official website is http://wccc2013batumi.ge/
The document with the Claims and Replies was added on the 9th WCCT page.
Judging countries should send their awards to the tournament director Harry Fougiaxis by June 1st, 2013.
The World Federation for Chess Composition (WFCC) invites composers to submit their highest-quality compositions for selection in the 2010-12 FIDE Album.
See the announcement.