Please be informed that the rough schedule for the conference in Berne has been replaced by a more detailed schedule over the last weekend on the website of the 57th World Congress of Chess Composition (WCCC) and 38th World Chess Solving Championship (WCSC).
The Schweizerische Vereinigung der Kunstschachfreunde and the Organizing Committee “OK WCCC 2014”, has the honor to invite all delegates of the WFCC, national teams, individual chess solvers and composers and all those interested in problem chess, to attend the
57th World Congress of Chess Composition (WCCC) and
38th World Chess Solving Championship (WCSC)
Minutes of WCCC2013 Batumi meeting (pdf 192 kb) and Annex with Financial report 2013 (pdf 194 kb) are added to the Meetings/Batumi section!
Note: Soon after the distribution of the minutes to the delegates, we received the happy news that the ARVES Study Solving Day and the ISC in the Netherlands will be held on Saturday-Sunday, January 25th-26th 2014 in Wijk aan Zee. Further details are on the page http://www.afekchess.com/
The full version of Batumi 2013 bulletin (PDF, 88 pages) compiled by Harry Fougiaxis includes the schedule, participants, results of solving competitions, and the Awards of all composing tournaments! Enjoy!
Decisions of the 56th WССС, Batumi, are published! The highlights are: The results of the 9th WCCT and of the 2010-12 WCCI confirmed final; A section for retros will be introduced in the next WCCT; FIDE Albums 2007-09 & 2010-2012; New titles; place and time of 10th ISC, 10th ECSC, 57th WCCC and 38th WCSC. Some photos sent by Franziska Iseli (many thanks!) are also added.
See the official results of 37th World Chess Solving Championship, Batumi, 24-25.09.2013!
“Сlear win in the team-competition for Poland (5th win in a row – unbeaten since 2009). Close race for individual-competition: 7th title for Piotr Murdzia. Arno Zude prevents total success for Poland (place 1, 3 and 4 in individual ranking)!” (Axel Steinbrink, Director)
See the official results of Open Solving Tournament Batumi, 23rd September 2013!
The winners are Ofer Comay (Israel) and Arno Zude (Germany).
Congratulations to the winners and to all participants!
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/