Composers’ names in various alphabets

Chess composerThe project Chess composers’ names in various alphabets has a new location and much more modern implementation! The Links section is updated accordingly.

“What is this database about? This database’s purpose is to help you writing chess composers’ names. The question is especially interesting if the original writing uses a less common alphabet.” (Implemented with a great international collaboration)

 

Solvers’ ratings July 1st 2013

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Solvers’ ratings as of July 1st 2013 are published!
Tournaments included: 27.ICH of Ukraine, Sumi; 21.ICH of Slovakia, Bratislava; 34.CH of Azerbaijan, Baku; Open Vilnius; 9.ECSC Vilnius; 37.ICH of Germany, Bremen; ICH of Serbia, Beograd; 21.ICH of Russia, Obninsk; 21.ICH of Czech Republic, Praha; 7.Uralsky Problemist cup, Igalo.

The three top solvers are Piotr MurdziaGeorgy Evseev and John Nunn. Congratulations!