26th TT Chess Composition Microweb C 11.11.2009
To be or not to be? Or rather to be fairy or not to be fairy? This question might
arise when you learn the theme of our new tourney ... or the notation of thematical problems.
Although they should be Circe of some kind, there should be none (or rather very few in some cases)
rebirths or even captures. Ideally nothing should hint the fairy condition in the solution. Of course,
the content should be fairy specific, if possible. And so...
Chess Composition Microweb announces formal thematical tourney for any type of chess problems using any Circe
variation - Circe, Mirror Circe, Circe Parrain, Anticirce, Mars Circe, Supercirce etc.
Moreover there should be no captures in the thematic solution(s) and/or variation(s).
(In the direct or self play it is allowed to have captures in unimportant variations.)
Judge: Juraj Lörinc (Slovakia)
Any stipulations and any other fairy elements are allowed. The tourney might be divided to multiple sections if enough problems are received depending on the opinion of the judge.
Entries should be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
before November 11th 2009. The award will be published at Chess Composition Microweb.
Please, let know your friends about our competition!
Strucny slovensky preklad temy: Turnaj je vypisany pre akekolvek ulohy s exopodmienkou circe alebo jej modifikaciami (anticirce, circe parrain, opacne circe, Mars circe atd.), v ktorych sa v tematickych rieseniach a/alebo variantoch nevykonava ziadne branie. (V priamych ulohach alebo samoulohach je mozne branie v nepodstatnych variantoch). Priklady ukazuju vhodne typy uloh (postupne budu doplnane).
CCM already shows a lot of thematical examples:
Special example files:
We had good number of 44 problems competing in the tourney, submitted by 21 authors:
And here are the winners: the award by Juraj Lörinc.
- Arnold Beine (Germany)
- Bjorn Enemark (Danmark)
- Geoff Foster (Australia)
- Ramaswamy Ganapathi (India)
- Michael Grushko (Israel)
- Peter Gvozdják (Slovakia)
- Václav Kotesovec (Czechia)
- Tadeusz Lehmann (Poland)
- Karol Mlynka (Slovakia)
- Dieter Müller (Germany)
- Daniel Novomesky (Slovakia)
- Franz Pachl (Germany)
- Cornel Pacurar (Canada)
- Nikola Predrag (Croatia)
- Gilles Regniers (Belgium)
- Raffi Ruppin (Israel)
- Jaroslav Stun (Slovakia)
- Gabor Tar (Hungary)
- Arno Tüngler (Germany)
- Günther Weeth (Germany)
- Klaus Wenda (Austria)
Send any claims against this award to Juraj Lörinc before March 31st, 2010, please.
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