Final Award in Quick Composing TT-232
“Dear chess friends!
The Final Award in TT-232 (…and now it’s time for half-neutrals!; #2, fairies) has been published.
There are no changes compared to the provisional award. Please, check the correctness of names, positions and solutions.
We thank all participants of the tourney and congratulate the Prize winners!”
The Prize winners: 1st Prize – Petko Petkov; 2nd Prize – Jean-Marc Loustau & Michel Caillaud; 3rd and 4th Prizes – Hubert Gockel;
1st Special Prize – Michel Caillaud & Jean-Marc Loustau; 2nd Special Prize – Kjell Widlert.
Dear chess friends,
The Provisional Award in TT-222 (It’s time for neutral pieces, hs#3.5-N)
has been published!
We thank all participants of the tourney! – Aleksey Oganesjan
Send your claims to the director of quick composing tourneys Aleksey Oganesjan via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org until 29.08.2019
The results of the WCCI 2016-18 are just announced!
Sincere congratulations to the WINNERS of the Section G – FAIRIES:
Vlaicu Crișan, Petko Petkov, Lev Grolman / Borislav Gadjanski !!!
Results in PDF: G-Fairies | Winners’ problems | The presentation of Section G-Fairies
7th FIDE World Cup in Composing 2019 – Fairies
Preliminary results of section G-Fairies of the 7th FIDE World Cup in Composing 2019 are published! The winners of the competition are: Gold medal – MARIO PARINELLO (Italy), Silver medal – VLAICU CRIŞAN (Romania), Bronze medal – ROLF KOHRING (Germany).
Congratulations to the authors of rewarded problems!
The preliminary results in section H-Retros and Proofgames (PDF) of the 7th FIDE World Cup in Composing 2019 are published! The prize winners are: VLAICU CRIŞAN (1st Prize), NICOLAS DUPONT (2nd Prize), VALERY SEMENENKO (3rd Prize), PER OLIN (4th Prize). Congratulations!!!
Dear chess friends!
The Final Award in TT-216 (The Magic Wonder Masand Chess, fairies) has been published:
There are no changes compared to the provisional award. Please, check the correctness of names, positions and solutions. We thank all participants of the tourney and congratulate the Prize winners! Best wishes – Aleksey Oganesjan
Getting back into my daily work after a week on a beautiful Ohrid lake…
These are the words I’ve heard from the congress participants: “one of the best congresses”, “absolutely wonderful place”, “much over my expectations”, “who could have expected it?..” etc… And I shared such emotions very much, initially having no special expectations, more like doubts about going to the little town of the unknown far away country.. but! what a beautiful place it was! Thinking later how the nice warm place, friendly people around, old town on the hill covered with the flowers, ancient churches, blue lake surrounded by the mountains, tasty food, live music… it all easily covers all little imperfections in organization 🙂
Yes, I’d say it was very fairy congress, but not only because of the paradise-like place.. Oh, no, the most amazing were the organizers! Absolutely invisible men! Reminded me René J. Millour’s 1st Prize winner, No.838, although Rene had 11 Invisibles, but we had only 2, still much more complicated to find!
Well, the serious or practical part of the event is already covered more or less in the recent posts at wfcc.ch. And I’ll put some more photos to the 42nd WCSC page soon. But here would gladly share the album I have, free to download if anybody is willing to.
Fairy informal tourneys in the frame of the 61st WCCC:
The Preliminary Award of the Jubilee Tourney
Dinu-Ioan Nicula – 50
The tourney held in the frames of XIII Belgrade Problem Chess Festival 2018, as a part of Belgrade Internet Tourney 2018: Group C – fairy h#2, Lortap chess with fairy piece Locust.
…There were 36 entries, of 24 authors/pairs of authors, from 14 countries. Being very satisfied of the problems’ level, but also keeping into regard that it is a special occasion, I have decided to give awards to half of them! (Dinu-Ioan Nicula)
1st and 2nd Prize – Petko Petkov, 3rd Prize – Juraj Lörinc, 4th Prize – S.K. Balasubramanian & Vlaicu Crisan, 5th Prize – Hubert Gockel.