|(1) Posted by Michal Dragoun [Tuesday, Jan 29, 2019 01:20]|
I think in the problems of ISC 2019 is error in No. 11 in category 1, probably Se7 should be white?
|(2) Posted by Hannu Harkola [Tuesday, Jan 29, 2019 23:14]|
And in Nr. 6 in category 3: Th2 to g2.
|(3) Posted by Abdelaziz Onkoud [Saturday, Feb 2, 2019 21:49]|
Piotr Murdzia 60/60 . +/- 0.00
|(4) Posted by Administrator [Tuesday, Feb 12, 2019 19:49]|
For the Final Results & Statistics see the Headlines
|(5) Posted by shankar ram [Monday, Feb 18, 2019 00:41]|
We're curious to know how you, Julia, Piotr & Andrei landed up in Fujairah!
|(6) Posted by seetharaman kalyan [Monday, Feb 18, 2019 07:40]|
Actually that should make interesting reading and will be guidance for others too
|(7) Posted by Rajendiran Raju [Monday, Feb 18, 2019 09:26]|
Nice Way of Promoting the Chess Problems!
Kudos to Organisers !!
Following is the link for 15th ISC 2019 , 2nd FUJAIRAH ENDURANCE CHESS SOLVING CHAMPIONSHIP...Report pdf
|(8) Posted by Julia Vysotska [Monday, Feb 18, 2019 14:20]; edited by Julia Vysotska [19-02-18]|
And the same report on the "official place" - http://fide.com/component/content/article/4-tournaments/11426-2nd-fujairah-endurance-chess-solving-championship-2019.html
I believe, it's a very good promotion for us, the report contains many links to wfcc.ch
|(9) Posted by Marjan Kovačević [Monday, Feb 18, 2019 15:31]; edited by Marjan Kovačević [19-02-18]|
Dear Indian friends,
In the quoted publication of our report on the FIDE website you can find a bit of the history; the preparations and lectures (in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Sharjah, Dubai and Fujairah); problems, solutions, many photos, and some suggestions for the future.
Another nice report was published on the German edition of the Chess Base website.
The whole story began some year and half ago, when people in the Fujairah Chess & Culture Club understood solving chess problems could help their kids developing their skills in the OTB play. The Serbian GM Igor Miladinović (ex U20 World Champion, working there as a trainer) had contacted me that time and we started planning inclusion of UAE into WFCC, the shapes of the competition 2019 itself, and ideas for the future events.
In spite of Sunday being a working day in UAE (Saturday would be a much better option in the future), there were 113 participants from 23 countries (13 of them never took part in international solving competitions), including 11 OTB GMs and some of the best solvers and composers in the world.
Of course, the key-word was the Prize fund, but the level of the organization proved to be exceptional, too.
As about Indian solvers concretely (I counted 17 of them, mostly kids), they looked so impressively bright and interested for Chess composition!
|(10) Posted by shankar ram [Monday, Feb 18, 2019 16:05]|
Thank you for the detailed reply, Marjan!
Hope the spark you lit in Fujairah, will grow and glow further!
|(11) Posted by Rajendiran Raju [Monday, Feb 18, 2019 18:10]|
I second the same NSR
Thank you Mr.Marjan & Ms.Julia ...for your Valuable dedications !!
|(12) Posted by Marcos Roland [Monday, Feb 18, 2019 19:23]|
Fantastic event! Marjan and Julia, you've made a great job. Piotr is the Champion in any latitude...
|(13) Posted by shankar ram [Tuesday, Feb 19, 2019 08:42]|
UAE joining WFCC is interesting. Maybe a potential future WCCC at Fujairah? We could also join from India!
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