15-16th of July, 2013
WCCI 2010-2012 – Preliminary results –
The most interesting sections 🙂 are coming!
- (15.06) See the corrected results of Section E (helpmates) published!
- (16.06) See the results of Section F (selfmates) published! Congratulations to Diyan Kostadinov for his 3rd Prize!
- (16.06) The results of Section G (FAIRIES) are published at WFCC website! So much happy for our winners – Petko A. Petkov, Vlaicu Crișan, Peter Gvozdják!
Congratulations and the very best wishes to all participants! Congratulations to the winners!!
Congrats Diyan. And congrats to Selivanov for such a comprehensive win scoring 7 points more than the second placed Linss.
Oh, Andrei Selivanov is unequaled in selfmates, of course! But I specially mention Diyan here as he’s also from our fairy community and among the best as well!
Yes. Diyan has been composing so many high quality problems and his placing third in such a strong field is commendable, missing second place narrowly.
Congratulations to Petko Petkov for winning the title for yet another time with some great problems. Vlaicu was a very close second and congrats to Peter Gvozdjak for his third place!
Dear Julia and Ram,
Thank you very much for your kind words!
We should note also that Julia qualify one problem for FIDE Album (in my opinion it should be her prizewinner of KoBulChess TT or Chameleon TT, am I guess Julia? They are excellent compositions.)
Thanks, Diyan! Your guess is right! It’s Chameleon problem from your Chameleon 50 TT! (my No.61)
And I also believed that this one and the 2nd Prize at KoBulChess TT (my No.34 – it was No.1 in my list for WCCI; but it has got lower scores) are my the best. But Chameleon has won :). Regretting a bit about KoBul, I’m happy for Chameleon as this piece is so meaningful to me! First composed problem with Chameleon, first problem in Album with Chameleon….
Diyan, my the best compositions are for your TTs! Thanks for organizing them!!
Congratulations Julia for the first FA entry! Two marks 3+ for your problems No.3, No.5 and No.6 show that they are still strong candidates.
Interesting, the average mark for No.3 is 2.5 but the final score is 7.0, for No.5 the average is 2.4 and the score is 7.5 🙂
Funny calculation system, agree! 🙂 Thank you, Nikola!
Spectacular performance by the trio Aleksandr Feoktistov, Mikhail Marandyuk and Aleksandr Kuzovkov. They have dominated the sections B & C.