To celebrate its 25th anniversary ChessBase, the world’s leading chess software company, announces a special composing tourney for endgame studies (win or draw). There are no restrictions on the type of study.
ChessBase have generously offered some of their products as prizes.
First prize: A copy of the famous program Fritz 12 signed by over-the-board world champions.
Special prizes will be awarded to the best composing debutants.
The tourney judge is GM Dr. John Nunn (Great Britain), World champion for solving.
The tourney director is Luc Palmans (Belgium), chairman of ARVES (an international association promoting the art of the endgame study).
Entries (not more than three per composer, preferably, if possible, in pgn format) should be sent to the tourney director by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org not later than 31.12.2011.
The judge’s award will be published on chessbase.com by the end of March 2012.