The Fujairah chess & culture club (FCCC) has the honour to invite all delegates of the World Federation for Chess Composition (WFCC), national teams and individual solvers, chess composers and all those interested and involved in chess solving & composing, to attend the 64th World Congress of Chess Composition (WCCC) and 45th World Chess Solving Championship (WCSC).
The congress will be held from Saturday, November 12th (arrival) to Saturday, November 19th, 2022 (departure) at the “Novotel Hotel” **** in Fujairah (UAE), with the WCSC on Tuesday and Wednesday, November 15th and 16th. The WCSC director is Ivan Denkovski.
Please register before September 30th 2022 !
Download invitation as PDF | Official website | MEETINGS→Fujairah
The page of the 63rd WCCC is updated with Minutes with annexes (PDF, 22 p.).
15th European Chess Solving Championship (ECSC) in Riga, Latvia 13-15 May 2022
64th World Congress of Chess Composition (WCCC) and 45th World Chess Solving Championship (WCSC) in Fujairah, United Arab Emirates 12-19 November 2022
The 63rd World Congress of Chess Composition was closed on October, 22nd. Some more details about the events will be added to the related posts, including results and galleries.
The page of the 63rd WCCC is updated with WFCC Agenda and
Bulletin 63rd WCCC and 44th WCSC (PDF, 132 pages, v.1.1 – 31.10.2021).
The 5th YCCC with 50 participants from 12 countries has doubled the results of the record breaking 4th YCCC. 12 judges were involved in the process of the evaluation. The winners of all three sections were announced on the final banquet of the 63rd WCCC:
Section A – twomovers (Judge David Shire): 1. Ural Khasanov (Russia),
2. Ilija Serafimović (Serbia), 3. Hajime Tachioka (Japan)
Section B – endgames (Judge Steffen Nielsen): 1. Alexey Popov (Russia),
2. Ilija Serafimović (Serbia), 3. Andrii Sergiienko (Ukraine)
Section C – free theme / genre (The panel of 10 judges):
1. Toshimasa Fujiwara (Japan), 2. Benjamin Defromont (France), 3. Itay Richardson (Israel)
The full booklet presenting the gallery of participants and 3 awards:
Introduction | Award Section A | Award Section B | Award Section C
(available also in the section COMPETITIONS/COMPOSING -> YCCC)
The Youth Committee congratulates all participants and thanks the judges for their wonderful work!
(21.10) – Solving Show – RESULTS
(20.10) Fairy Solving – RESULTS | Problems | Solutions
(19.10) Machine gun – RESULTS
(19.10) Final results of the Open (with corrected rating) | Norms | Problems | Solutions
(18.10) Lectures: Thomas Maeder, Hannu Harkola, Steffen Nielsen
(18.10) Open Solving Tournament. Preliminary results with the top results: Eddy Van Beers (BEL), Ural Khasanov (RUS, j), Piotr Murdzia (POL)
(17.10) WFCC Opening Session ; Quick composing
The MEETINGS section is updated with the Minutes of all 62(!) meetings provided by Hannu Harkola: “I have prepared a collection of all PCCC/WFCC minutes from the first congresses until Ohrid 2018. I thought that they are interesting and it is also important to save the history and have it available for everyone.
Dr. Klaus Wenda was very helpful by scanning the missing last documents.”
REMINDER: The Greek Chess Problem Society have the honour to invite all delegates of the World Federation for Chess Composition (WFCC), national teams and individual solvers, chess composers and all those interested in problem chess, to attend the 63rd World Congress of Chess Composition (WCCC) and 44th World Chess Solving Championship (WCSC).
The congress will be held from Saturday, October 16th (arrival)to Saturday, October 23rd, 2021 (departure) at the “Rodos Palace Hotel” ***** in the island of Rhodes, with the WCSC on Tuesday and Wednesday, October 19th and 20th.
The official website shows the first announcements and current List of Participants.
Please send your registration by September 30th 2021 (new date!) to email@example.com
Download invitation as PDF | Official website
After a break of one year, another edition of the YCCC is on the way.
This year, 5th YCCC is open to the U23 generation (born no earlier than 01.01.1998), and to all different genres of chess composition.
All young chess composers, and those who would like to try their hands in this kind of chess art, are invited to take part in three different sections (two of them with the set thematic conditions)!
The deadline for submission of the entries is 30th September.
The results are planned to be announced on 22th October 2021, during the Closing ceremony of the Rhodes WCCC 2021.