10th ECSC Igalo, Results

10thECSC-logo10th ECSC Igalo, Herceg Novi, Montenegro 16.-18.05.2014



rkrolikowskiAll the solving events were organised, controlled and judged by the tireless Ryszard Królikowski. His efforts have been titanic and WFCC is really thankful. It is sad that Paul Valois, who had volunteered to help Ryszard in controlling and marking, passed away unexpectedly a few days before the event.


European Chess Solving Championship

15 teams and 63 solvers participated.
The three top teams: Poland, Russia, Serbia.
The three top solvers: Piotr Murdzia (Poland), Georgy Evseev (Russia), Marko Filipović (Croatia).


1st place – Polish team:
Kacper Piorun, Piotr Murdzia,
Piotr Górski, Alexander Miśta

2nd place – Russian team:
Anatoly Mukoseev, Georgy Evseev,
Evgeny Viktorov, Andrey Petrov

3rd place – Serbian team:
Srećko Radović, Miodrag Mladenović, Marjan Kovačević, Branislav Djurasević

Problems | Solutions | Individual results | Team results


Open Solving Tournament


The winners: Piotr Murdzia (Poland), Jonathan Mestel (England), Piotr Górski (Poland)

60 solvers participated.
The three top solvers:

  1. Jonathan Mestel (Great Britain)
  2. Piotr Murdzia (Poland)
  3. Piotr Górski (Poland)

Problems | Solutions | Results


Quick Solving


The winners: Mikalai Sihnevich for Vasyl Dyachuk (Ukraine), Jonathan Mestel (Great Britain), Jorma Paavilainen (Finland)

35 solvers participated.
The three top solvers:

  1. Jonathan Mestel (Great Britain)
  2. Vasyl Dyachuk (Ukraine)
  3. Jorma Paavilainen (Finland)

Problems | SolutionsResults

Many thanks for the photos to selivanov.ru website!

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