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The chess composition section of "Shahmatna misal" is back!

smis     The chess composition section of the famous bulgarian chess magazine "Shahmatna misal"  is now reopen! The editor of the column is IGM Petko Petkov. The first two issues for 2012 included the articles:

 
Fairings No.24 - June 2012

featherHere is the new issue of Fairings (No.24 - June 2012) by Chris Feather where are included new 12 interesting problems. 

 
Bulgarian successes (Part 2)

trophy(18.06.2012) This is the second part with recently honored chess compositions by bulgarian composers.

 
The Macedonian Problemist IT 2012

tmpThe Macedonian Problemist announces informal tourneys for 2012 in the following sections:

 
Originals - May 2012 (Part 2)

logo   This is the second part of KoBulChess Originals May 2012. Here are helpmates and fairy problems. Wellcome to all composers who took a part in May 2012 originals: Evgeniy Permyakov, Alberto Armeni, Zivko Janevski, Valerio Agostini, Nikolay Dimitrov, Josef Holubec, Antonio Garofalo, Fabio Magini, Dmitri Turevski, Themis Argirakopoulos, Pierre Tritten, Krassimir Gandev, S.K. Balasubramanian, Chris Feather and Paul Raican. I thank you all!

 
3rd Mini-Tour composing tourney 2013

havana   The Italian Problemist Association (API) organize the 3rd Mini-Tour called SAVANA-SAFARI. To the tourney will be admitted every kind of problems among 2-6 moves. Every work will have to contain one or more fairy pieces among the following, which are characteristic animals of the African savannah:

 
Originals - May 2012 (Part 1)

logo  The KoBulChess Originals for May 2012 are here! In Part 1 are included twomovers, threemovers and selfmates. Very soon will be published Part 2 with helpmates and fairy problems. Enjoy and don't forget to comment - the authors, judges and editor are interested to know your opinion about the problems!   

 
The League of Macedonian Problemists 2012

chessphotoEach composer may participate with an unlimited number of problems, but only one of his/her entries per round will score points. Ten problems will be ranked in four rounds and will be awarded points as follows:

 
JULIA’S FAIRIES - TT 2012

julia   The site Julia’s Fairies announces its 1st  Thematic Tourney JULIA’S FAIRIES - HSP 2012.

   Theme: Help-self problems (HSP) of any possible types: Help-self mates (HS#), HS=, HS==, HR#, HR=, etc. in any number of moves with battery-play with fairy elements.

 
Tata Steel -75 Composing Tourney

tataThe organizing board of Tata Steel Chess Tournament announces an international composing tourney for endgame studies. No set theme.

 
New! KoBulChess composing tourneys starting from now!

chess2   The website for chess composition KoBulChess announces its regular Informal tourneys for composing of chess problems in the following sections: twomovers, threemovers, helpmates, selfmates and fairy problems.

 
Articles collection: Fairings 1-5

chesspieces1This is collection of the first five issues of "Fairings" by Chris Feather. In these articles you will find an interesting examples of different types fairy pieces and conditions.

 
Award of KoBulChess TT 2012

 logo I was very pleased to receive a total of 74 problems by 17 authors from 11 countries for the 1st KoBulChess TT 2012. The level of the tourney is high with so many entries with original and interesting thematic complexes!

 
8th ECSC starts today

kyievThe 8th European Chess Solving Championship starts today. About 100 participants are expected to join the event in Kyiv (Ukraine).

 
Video presentation of study with Zabunov theme by Yochanan Afek

afekYochanan Afek present his study which was introduced for solving in the 50th birthday party of Karel van Delft in Apeldoorn 2006 and was dedicated to him as a jubilee gift. It was published online in the SBSA messages (a newsletter of Apeldoorn chess that ceased to appear ever since) in 2006.

 
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