Solvers’ ratings October 1st 2017

Solvers’ ratings as of October 1st 2017 are published! 5 tournaments are included for the 3rd quarter: 25th Czech Chess Solving Championship 2017, WCCC 2017 Open Solving Tournament, 41st World Chess Solving Championship 2017, Swiss Championship 2017 and 2nd Solving Cup Byron Zappas. Among the top ten solvers Jonathan Mestel has replaced Arno Zude and Silvio Baier jumped from rank 10 to rank 7. The new list produced by the Solving Tournament Manager now has marks for junior (j) and senior (s) solvers.

Solvers’ ratings July 1st 2017

Solvers’ ratings as of July 1st 2017 are published! 15 tournaments included: 26th Branko Atanackovic Memorial 2017, 38th Azerbaijan Chess Solving Championship 2017, 41st German Solving Championship 2017, Open Solving Tournament Lithuania 2017, 25th Chess Solving Championship of Slovakia, 38th Lithuanian Championship, 11th Urals Problemist Cup, 25th International Championship of Russia, ECSC Riga Open, 13th European Chess Solving Championship, Open Solving Championship of Serbia 2017, French Chess Solving Championship 2017, 4th Israel Open Solving Championship 2017, Open of the 31th Ukrainian Solving Championship, 31st Ukrainian Championship. Three top solvers remain the same: Georgy Evseev, Andrey Zhuravlev and Piotr Murdzia.

Solvers’ ratings April 1st 2017

Solvers’ ratings as of April 1st 2017 are published! 7 tournaments included: 4th Greek Chess Solving Cup; 13th International Solving Contest Cat 1; British Chess Solving Championship 2017; Finnish Championship 2017; International Polish Championship; 23rd Dutch Open Chess Solving Championship 2017; Greek Chess Solving Championship 2017. Three top solvers are: Georgy Evseev, Andrey Zhuravlev and Piotr Murdzia.