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MatPlus.Net Forum Competitions The 9th Belgrade Problem Chess Festival 2013 (May 17th-19th)
 
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(1) Posted by Marjan Kovačević [Friday, May 17, 2013 15:09]

The 9th Belgrade Problem Chess Festival 2013 (May 17th-19th)


FRIDAY, 17. May
20-23h – The Chess Club Beograd (Kralja Milana 27/I) - Openning & Mini Lectures:
Siegfried Hornecker: „4 endgame studies”
Other participants: „The (best) problem I’ve composed since the last BPCF”
SATURDAY, 18. May
9.20 – In front of the Slavija Hotel: Excursion to Avala hill (till 12.30h)
12h – The Chess Club Beograd: Unofficial Program
15-18.30h – The Chess Club Beograd: 1-3 rounds of the Open Solving Championship of Serbia (Directors: Gligor & Ivan Denkovski)
20-22h – The Chess Club Beograd - Mini Lectures:
Dinu-Ioan Nicula: „Romanian problemist Victor Cuciuc (1918-1989)”
Other participants: „The (best) problem I’ve composed since the last BPCF”
SUNDAY, 19. May
9.30-13h – The Chess Club Beograd: 4-6 rounds of the Open Solving Championship of Serbia
14.30 – The Chess Club Beograd: Results of the solving and composing competitions
15h – till the last guest leaves – Unofficial Program

BPCF 2013 - Participants

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Fadil Abudrahmanović
Croatia: Marko Filipović, Nikola Predrag, Branko Udovčić, Ivan Bender
Germany: Siegfried Hornecker
Macedonia: Gligor Denkovski, Ivan Denkovski, Zlatko Mihajlovski
Montenegro: Bojan Bubanja
Netherlands: Dolf Wissmann
Romania: Dinu-Ioan Nicula
Serbia: Milomir Babić, Vuk Djordjević, Branislav Djurašević, Borislav Gadjanski, Darko Hlebec, Borislav Ilinčić, Marjan Kovačević, Mihajlo Milanović, Dean Miletić, Mirko Miljanić, Miodrag Mladenović, Zoran Pavlović, Živojin Perović, Vladimir Podinić, Miodrag Radomirović, Srećko Radović, Srdjan Ranković, Zoran Sibinović, Igor Spirić, Dragan Stojnić, Slobodan Šaletić, Darko Šaljić, Božidar Šoškić, Joza Tucakov, Bojan Vučković,
Slovenia: Marko Klasinc
 
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(2) Posted by Branislav Djurašević [Sunday, May 19, 2013 08:24]; edited by Branislav Djurašević [13-05-19]

After first day (1-3 rounds of the Open Solving Championship of Serbia (Directors: Gligor & Ivan Denkovski)) standings are:

1.Filipovic (CRO) 45 points,
2.Mladenovic (SRB) 40 p.
3.Podinic (SRB) 38 p.
4.Spiric (SRB) 38 p.
5.Djurasevic (SRB) 37 p.
6.Wissmann (NED) 36 p.
7.Predrag (CRO) 32 p.
8.Perovic (SRB) 31 p.-junior etc.

Total 22 solvers, 3 GMs, 1 IM, 3 FMs.
 
 
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(3) Posted by Marjan Kovačević [Sunday, May 19, 2013 22:59]

Final results
1.Filipovic (CRO) 80
2.Mladenovic (SRB) 75
3.Podinic (SRB) 70,5
4.Djurasevic (SRB) 69,5
5.Wissmann (NED) 68,5
6.Klasinc (SLO) 60
7.Radovic (SRB) 59
8.Spiric (SRB) 58
9.Predrag (CRO) 57
10.Bender (CRO) 56
11.Nicula (ROM) 53,5
12.Djordjevic (SRB, junior) 50
13.Udovcic (CRO) 48,5
14.Radomirovic (SRB) 46
15.Perovic – (SRB, junior) 44
16.Miljanic (SRB) 42,5
17.Soskic (SRB) 40,5
18.Milanovic (SRB) 40,5
19.Gadjanski (SRB) 38
20.Stojnic (SRB) 35
21.Miletic (SRB) 34,5
22.Sibinovic (SRB) 28
 
   
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(4) Posted by Siegfried Hornecker [Tuesday, May 21, 2013 20:50]

Many thanks for the great hospitality and the wonderful people and atmosphere! I think everyone enjoyed it, but possibly I enjoyed it the most!

(= 6+5 )

SH, Original
Dedicated to Darko & Žika
h#2.5

Apologies if this is not good by helpmate standards, but I think it is interesting and hopefully not anticipated! :-)
 
   
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(5) Posted by Branislav Djurašević [Wednesday, May 22, 2013 11:39]; edited by Branislav Djurašević [13-05-22]

Nice problem, two tempo moves! I would like to thank our distinguished guest, Mr. Hornecker, for holding his lecture and his active participation in our Festival, thereby making it much more significant and valuable. For many of us, the numerous discussions we had with him were an excellent refreshment. Thank you Sieg!
 
   
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(6) Posted by Joost de Heer [Wednesday, May 22, 2013 11:42]

(= 5+3 )

h#2.5
 
   
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(7) Posted by Siegfried Hornecker [Wednesday, May 22, 2013 19:13]; edited by Siegfried Hornecker [13-05-22]

Joost, I was there (with one more pawn) but decided to add the tries with the knight by adding three more pieces. If the bB does not come from the h-file, you probably can just remove that, i.e. shift the position one file to the right. :-)

Or is the Umnov with anticritical try of value here? Maybe we should open a new thread for the helpmate discussion?

Mr. Djurašević, I remembered a talk with Dolf the other day where he showed his(?) helpmate with two tempo moves and how they add value to a problem, so I took an idea I got the other night in Belgrade and turned it into a problem with two tempo moves and a few tries. Glad to see you like it. :-)
 
   
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(8) Posted by Nikola Predrag [Thursday, May 23, 2013 03:06]; edited by Nikola Predrag [13-05-23]

Yes Sigfried, the great hospitality, the wonderful people and atmosphere. A true festival and a feast of chess composition to which I pilgrim regularly.

In Belgrade we tried to count the pure tempo-moves in a "relativistic" joke in which W1 enables the tempo-move B2, which in turn enables the tempo-move W1:
(= 5+4 )
h#2
 
   
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(9) Posted by Joost de Heer [Thursday, May 23, 2013 08:26]

I immediately had to think about complete help-problems: a help problem with set, a try which fails due to a missing waiting move for white, a try which fails due to a missing waiting move for black and one or more solutions.
 
   
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(10) Posted by Nikola Predrag [Thursday, May 23, 2013 14:21]

You mean something like:
P0523164 or
P0572065 (with missing tempo tries 1.Txb3? ?? 2.Rb2 Rf3#; 1.Dg6? Lxg6 2.?? Lh5#)
 
   
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(11) Posted by Joost de Heer [Thursday, May 23, 2013 16:50]

Michel Caillaud
JT Bédoni-70 1997, 2nd prize
(= 5+4 )

h=2 complet

1. ??? g8=B 2. Rf7 Bxf7=
1. Rh8 ??? 2. Rf8 gxf8=S=
1. Rh8 gxh8=R 2. ??? Re8=
1. Rxh6 g8=Q 2. Rg6 Sxg6=
 
   
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(12) Posted by Branislav Djurašević [Thursday, May 23, 2013 19:55]; edited by Branislav Djurašević [13-05-23]

Fadil ABDURAHMANOVIC
Problem 1957
3° Prix
(= 5+2 )

h‡2 complet (5+2)

1…Sf6+ 2.Kf7 g8=S‡
1.Kf7 ?? 2.K×g8 e8=Q‡
1.Kf7 e8=R 2.?? Rf8‡
1.Kf7 e8=B+ 2.K×g8 Rh8‡
 
   
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(13) Posted by Joost de Heer [Thursday, May 23, 2013 20:08]; edited by Joost de Heer [13-05-23]

According to my sources, 'aidé complet' was introduced by Romeo Bédoni in 1964, so Fadil's composition predates the name.
 
   
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(14) Posted by Branislav Djurašević [Thursday, May 23, 2013 21:54]; edited by Branislav Djurašević [13-05-23]

According to WinChloe database first example is as following:

Róbert DARVAS
95° T.T. Probleemblad 1954
Prix
(= 5+7 )

h‡2 complet (5+7)

1…Bd1 2.Sf3 Bc2‡
1.f3 ?? 2.f4 Bg6‡
1.Sd3 Kg2 2.?? Bf3‡
1.Sd3 Be2 2.Se5 Sd6‡
 
   
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(15) Posted by seetharaman kalyan [Friday, May 24, 2013 06:35]; edited by seetharaman kalyan [13-05-24]

So this should have been named the 'Darvas theme' ! Thanks for the beautiful examples.
 
 
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