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|(1) Posted by Marjan Kovačević [Friday, Jan 22, 2016 18:38]; edited by Marjan Kovačević [16-01-22]|
59th WCCC & 40th WCSC Belgrade 2016
The MP members who go directly to the Forum, skipping the Headlines page, may have missed the announcement of Belgrade WCCC 2016, published ten days ago.
On the official website http://wccc2016.matplus.net you may find the Invitation, the Instructions how to register automatically, the fast growing List of participants, the section about Belgrade with useful links, the photos from different chess events in the Metropol Palace Hotel, etc. New contents are to be included gradually. The first competition to be announced is the 1st Youth Chess Composing Challenge, for participants up to 18 years (born 1998 and younger).
You are welcome to comment and suggest, and most of all - to join us in Belgrade, July 30th - August 6th!
Feel free to register as participant on the site before deciding about all the details. The system of registration allows you to add, delete and correct the data yourself, till the closing date for registration, June 30th.
|(2) Posted by Marjan Kovačević [Monday, Jan 25, 2016 17:38]|
Now you may see the information on the official FIDE website, too:
|(3) Posted by Marjan Kovačević [Tuesday, Jan 26, 2016 00:36]|
... and on some chess blogs, too... This one is edited by our 11-year old problemist Dušan Mijatović
|(4) Posted by Kostas Prentos [Tuesday, Jan 26, 2016 02:45]; edited by Kostas Prentos [16-01-26]|
Marjan, is the 11 year old blogger the author of the mate in 4 from Politika, all the way down the page of the link you provided?
|(5) Posted by Marjan Kovačević [Tuesday, Jan 26, 2016 12:25]|
|(6) Posted by Darko Šaljić [Tuesday, Jan 26, 2016 20:22]|
Is the presence of non-registered guests allowed, to attend lectures and watch tournaments...?
|(7) Posted by Marjan Kovačević [Wednesday, Jan 27, 2016 01:04]|
WCSC and Open are usually closed for solvers, judges, and helpers only. Other events not.
|(8) Posted by Kostas Prentos [Wednesday, Jan 27, 2016 05:10]|
Thank you Marjan. It is very nice to see so young a composer. In solving it is not very unusual, but taking the extra step to go from solving to composing means that a more intimate relation with chess problems is in the making.
|(9) Posted by Marjan Kovačević [Wednesday, Jan 27, 2016 14:38]|
Thanks, Kostas. As you may know, we have regular classes of chess composition in our chess club, every Monday. Dusan was the last one to join it, but he's been quickly progressing, and you may find him in the top ten of ISC 2016 Category C.
Another 11-year old composer is Ilija Serafimovic. He joined our school at the end of 2013, and since then published enough of problems to take part in WCCI 2013-15, section Helpmates (you may see his entries). At the moment, Ilija is leading in ISC 2016, Category C.
|(10) Posted by Kostas Prentos [Thursday, Jan 28, 2016 05:12]|
Marjan, this is wonderful! I knew about the regular meetings in the chess club, but I didn't know about the junior classes. I saw the results of the juniors' section in ISC, but I did not connect the dots. Nor did I notice the WCCI participation. I am glad that you brought up this beautiful activity. Keep up the good work!
|(11) Posted by Diyan Kostadinov [Thursday, Jan 28, 2016 19:05]|
I am also happy that such young talents are rising. I hope they will be more. Keep going Marjan!
|(12) Posted by Marjan Kovačević [Thursday, Jan 28, 2016 19:40]|
Thanks, Kostas and Diyan! You both missed the novelties since your last coming to Belgrade festivals, but you will have a chance to meet these and other kids during WCCC.
|(13) Posted by Eugene Rosner [Thursday, Jan 28, 2016 22:40]|
Really magnificent-truly wonderful reading about this next generation. Imagine...regular composition from composing masters! Curious if one of the lessons could be videotaped and put on Youtube? I would love to see a live lesson in action! Any chances Marjan?
|(14) Posted by Marjan Kovačević [Friday, Jan 29, 2016 02:52]|
No, Eugene, our meetings are rarely that academic! They are more like sharing the joy of composition in different ways. We organize 7-8 solving competitions per year, where these kids may take part (5 rounds of "League of Solvers", BPCF, Serbian Youth Competitions, U10, U14, U18, and Open Championship of Israel last two years). For practice in composing we use some of frequently organized SuperProblem TTs, BPCF Group C, Junior Championship of Australia with wonderful tasks prepared by Peter Wong, etc. Meanwhile, there is some theory, too, but the main thing is to regularly meet and enjoy composition together.
|(15) Posted by Oleg Efrosinin [Friday, Jan 29, 2016 06:35]|
As passes a lesson of drawing up of chess problems for schoolboys in Volgograd you can look here:
The information about ISC tournament
About children's competitions in Russia it is possible to read through in magazine on a chess composition which is published in Volgograd:
|(16) Posted by Harry Fougiaxis [Sunday, Jan 31, 2016 11:22]|
The 2016 Australian Junior Chess Championships will include a problem composing event. This Guided Chess Problem Composing Competition, organised by Nigel Nettheim, is aimed at introducing chess players and problem solvers to the basics of constructing a problem. The tasks are set by Peter Wong. The closing date is on next Sunday, February 7.
More info on the pages
|(17) Posted by Marjan Kovačević [Monday, Feb 1, 2016 02:31]|
Now you may find the full details about the 1st Youth Chess Composing Challenge 2016 in a separate thread on MPF, aimed for comments and suggestions, or directly on:
|(18) Posted by Marjan Kovačević [Wednesday, Feb 17, 2016 19:22]|
The first month of registration brought 65 participants from 21 countries.
The most surprising fact is to have not less than 18 ladies and 9 juniors on the current list!
This motivated the organizers to offer more options for the "ladies program". The registered participants will soon receive a list of offers for shorter and longer excursions, to vote for.
|(19) Posted by seetharaman kalyan [Wednesday, Feb 17, 2016 21:18]|
Who is a Junior? <15?
|(20) Posted by Marjan Kovačević [Thursday, Feb 18, 2016 00:13]|
In WFCC solving competitions, like WCSC, ECSC and ISC, juniors are up to 23 in the year of competition.
In FIDE competitions, juniors are up to 20.
In Belgrade WCCC there will be parallel competitions for even younger categories, up to 18 (born 1998 and younger).
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