Tournaments & Awards

Phenix_logoMémorial Denis Blondel

In order to honour the memory of Denis Blondel, deceased on 21th June 2012, Phénix organizes a composing tourney in two sections :
Section A) : all types of problems with only one type of fairy piece, which will be either the Rose or Locust.

Section B) : all types of problems with one or two types of fairy pieces, which will be the Rose and Locust.

See full announcement in English and in French!

 

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Orbit announces 2014 informal tourney for Unorthodox help-play original problems.
Requested are h# <=4, h= <=4, ser-h# <=15 ‘almost-orthodox’ problems, composed using chessboard rather than using computer, showing effects enabled by the use of a limited set of fairy elements.
The judge is Klaus Wenda.
Send to Pierre Tritten‘s Orbit address :
 pt.orbit@yahoo.fr

 

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JUGEMENT des #2 de PROBLEMISTE 2012
Par Claude WIEDENHOFF

Online, 2012’s judgements are (will be) at :
http://www.problemiste.fr/#/2012/4200366

Juges/Judges : 2013

#3,  #n : Antonio Garofalo (ITA) ♦ h#2, h#n : Thomas Maeder (CHE) ♦ s#,  Féériques : Diyan Kostadinov (BGR)

Please send your originals to Alain Biénabe  :   admin (AT) problemiste.com 

 

variatim-logoSee HERE (in English and Russian) the information about
Regular tournaments by Variantim and also

Alex Ettinger 90 Memorial Tourney

The Israel Chess Composition Society is announcing a composition tourney to commemorate the 90’s birthday of Alex Ettinger (1923-2005). Alex, born in Frankfurt, Germany, immigrated to Israel in 1933 and was a dedicated member of our society. Required are fairy-miniatures with free theme. All types of problems are accepted but with at least one fairy condition and one fairy piece. Judge: Michael Grushko. Please send entries to the director, Paz Einat (paz@pazeinat.com; 45a Moshe Levi St. Nes Ziona, 74207, Israel). Closing date: 30.11.2013

 

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