Final Award in Quick Composing TT-220 | Окончательные итоги блицконкурса TT-220

Four pieces - four corners | Четыре фигуры - четыре угла

Theme | Тема

75 entries were received from 27 authors representing 14 countries | На конкурс поступило 75 композиций от 27 авторов из 14 стран

EN <-> RU

75 entries were received for the tourney:
- 2 direct mates;
- 21 – helpmates;
- 10 – helpselfmates;
- 2 – helpselfstalemates;
- 30 – serial problems;
- 9 – helpstalemate problems;
- 1 – PG.

An idea to hold this TT came to me after composing recent hs#5 (example No 7 from the announcement).
On the one hand, it can be said that initially in the TT theme there is little violation of the important principle of economy: since there are many problems in which one piece visits all four corners (“carousel” theme), what for we “divide” so simple job on 4 different pieces?!
But on the other hand, I think it is quite difficult and therefore interesting – to realize a concept in which all thematic moves will be an integral part of this concept (but not just an artificial “additives” as in schematic example No 1 from the announcement).

Apparently the author of problems 41-75 set a record by number of problems that was sent on the same TT “SuperProblem” – 35! But there is more interesting detail. Among these 35 problems there are 6 with unusual serial stipulations that the author pointed out as «1W→ser-h#N» and «1W→ser-h=N». He explained it means that a first move is executed by White and further everything is as in usual serial helpmate (helpstalemate). I found out about this stipulation for the first time, that’s why I considered these 6 problems very carefully. I had the opinion that “excess” White move at the beginning is technical deficiency indicator of usual serial helpmate (helpstalemate). All the more so in all 6 problems this move is… one of four thematic moves! I. e. it seems that this “excess” move was artificially “screwed” at the beginning of solution in order to achieve thematic problem for this TT. But it is only my opinion, and the author of these problems has every right to disagree with me and send these and other his problems with unusual stipulation on another tourneys. I hope that he is not mad at me because I include 6 his problems in this award (but another 6 problems, of course!).

Taking into account quantity and quality of sent problems, I decided to separate an award into following subsections:
- helpmates and helpstalemates (30);
- helpselfmates and helpselfstalemates (12);
- serial problems (30);
- rest problems – #N, PG (3).

Award is the following | Отличия распределились следующим образом

30 entries were received from 19 authors representing 8 countries | На конкурс поступило 30 композиций от 19 авторов из 8 стран
1st Prize, 1st Place - No 16
Aleksandr Semenenko
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019
2nd Prize, 2nd Place - No 22
Gábor Tar
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019
1st Hon. mention, 3rd Place - No 12
Boris Shorokhov
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019

1st Prize, 1st Place - No 16, Aleksandr Semenenko (Ukraine) 4k3/3p1b1K/r3pb2/8/2pp4/p1p5/Pnn5/2q5

1.Be7 Kh8! (tempo) 2.Sa1 Kg7 3.Sb3 axb3 4.Qh1 bxc4 5.Qd5 cxd5 6.Ra8 dxe6 7.Rd8 exf7#
The author came up very witty complication of the theme: every thematic piece after move to corner… executes once more move! This nuance is always paradoxical itself but here it is quadruple in addition!
Technically everything is made goodly, with minimal White material. Technical bSb2 slightly reduces an impression. As for bBf7, he plays his own role but not a role of Pawn because guarding of g8 is critical to thematic tempo-move of White King. But passivity if this Bishop is slightly unpleasant of course. But as the judge was convinced, attempts to “revive” this Bishop leads to “reviving” of unrecoverable cooks.
In any case, said shortcomings pale in the background of difficulty of the concept, and a victory of the problem in this subsection is well-deserved! I congratulate the author with excellent achievement!
EN <-> RU

2nd Prize, 2nd Place - No 22, Gábor Tar (Hungary) 6n1/7r/6k1/5b2/8/8/pBpK4/1R5Q

1.Rg7 Qa8! (Ba1? Rh1? Kc1?) 2.Kh7 Ba1! (Rh1? Kc1?) 3.Kh8 Rh1+ (Kc1?) 4.Bh7 Kc1 =
Very original idea: three thematic White pieces pin Black pieces by moves to corner, and it leads to stalemate with three pins. Beautiful play without captures and dual avoidances for choice of order of White moves. For full harmony in the solution there is not enough a “reviving” of bSg8.
The author also realized the same idea in a genre hs= [No 24 (Kb2 Kd4)], but with heavy construction. And I liked much more this economic version without extraneous pieces.
P. S. Also the author witty named “Bristol” a maneuver of bK for bB – obviously he meant absolutely non-standard, “curve King” kind of this idea (also non-standard, but “straight-line Pawn” kind was shown, for example, in judge’s problem yacpdb/475701).
EN <-> RU

1st Honorable mention, 3rd Place - No 12, Boris Shorokhov (Russia) r7/2n2NBk/8/8/6N1/8/5nKp/R4r2

1.Rh8 Sxh8 2.Sa8 Rxa8 3.Ra1 Bxa1 4.Sh1 Kxh1=
Theme is realized both for White and Black. Moreover, all moves are thematic. Also these moves are connected by successive “come-and-go”, and that’s why it is very pity that unrecoverable cooks don’t allow to shift Rf1->h1.
EN <-> RU
2nd Honorable mention - No 4B
Rolf Wiehagen
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019
3rd Honorable mention - No 17
Valery Semenenko
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019
4th Honorable mention - No 14
Aleksandr Kostyukov
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019

2nd Honorable mention - No 4B, Rolf Wiehagen (Germany) 8/r1p2nn1/3p1ppk/4p1b1/8/1K5b/1pp3pR/1q4r1

1.Rh1 Rxh1 2.Qa1 Rxa1 3.Ra8 (Rb7+?) Rxa8 4.Sh8 (Sd8?) Rxh8#
The author claims that this idea – active sacrifices of Black pieces in corners for wR carousel in single solution – is realized for the first time in h#, and actually I cannot find such examples in bases. I think that record and especially first realizations of difficult concepts should be encouraged, and this is due to a distinction of the problem.
EN <-> RU

3rd Honorable mention - No 17, Valery Semenenko (Ukraine) 1RQ4R/8/8/2p5/2Pqb1K1/1N6/N1n1p3/1k2br2

1.Rh1 Rxh1 2.Qh8 Qxh8 3.Ba8 Rxa8 4.Sa1 Sxa1=
The same content as in 1st HM, but here the author needed more pieces.
EN <-> RU

4th Honorable mention - No 14, Aleksandr Kostyukov (Russia) nk6/p1n4r/1pBKp2r/3b1p2/6p1/7p/8/3q2b1

Popular (in this TT) motifs of hideaways and sacrifices of pieces to corners are supplemented by Kniest theme on corner square and Indian theme – totally it gave 6 thematic moves (that is less than only in 1st HM where 8 thematic moves). Nevertheless absence of some unifying, "cementing" connection between thematic moves (that somehow presents in all previous problems) don’t allow me to set this problem higher.
On the other hand, the move 1.Qa1! bumps into memory – the Queen has available 13 fields but must go only to the corner!
EN <-> RU
1st Commendation - No 69
Mykola Vasyuchko
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019
2nd Commendation - No 37
Fadil Abdurahmanovic
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019
3rd Commendation - No 13
Borislav Atanasov
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019

1st Commendation - No 69, Mykola Vasyuchko (Ukraine) 2N5/8/8/r1k5/P3P3/1K4nr/p1n4p/Bb5B

1.Rh8 Bxh8 2.Sa1+ Bxa1 3.Bxe4 Bxe4 4.Ra8 Bxa8 5.Sh1 Bxh1=
And again the same content as in 1st HM, but here the author needed both more pieces and more moves (by 1). On the other hand, here there is original nuance – switchbacks of both White Bishops to corners.
EN <-> RU

2nd Commendation - No 37, Fadil Abdurahmanovic (Bosnia & Herzegovina) Bk6/b7/p5p1/2p5/7p/Kn6/R7/q1n5

1.Qh8! (Q~?) Bh1 2.Sa1! (S~?) Rg2 3.Ka8 Rb2#
Hideaways of bQ and bS are supplemented by Indian theme with wide moves of White pieces that successfully fit into the outline of the plot.
EN <-> RU

3rd Commendation - No 13, Borislav Atanasov (Bulgaria) Bk6/p2p4/p2bp3/5pK1/5Pp1/r2pP2p/R1n5/qb2rn2

1.Qh8! Bh1 2.Sа1! Rg2 Kа8 Rb2#
Absolutely identic content compared with previous problem – even with the same positions of thematic pieces! But due to another position of wK and bPa7 instead Bishop, the author needed two technical White Pawns and more additional Black pieces. And the author decided to “beat” this by following:
“To interfere a diagonal by Black piece is impossible: 1.g3? Bh1 2.g2 Rb2+ 3.Ka8? Analogically: 1.Sd4/Sb4?, 1.Re2?, 1.Rа4/Rа5/Rс3?, 1.Qс3/Qd4?”
EN <-> RU
Special Commendation - No 15
Georgi Oblyashevski
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019

Special Commendation - No 15, Georgi Oblyashevski (Ukraine) 5B2/8/8/5pKQ/2p5/2kr2nR/2N3q1/5N2

1.Qa8 Sa1 2.Sh1 Qh8#
1.Qh1? Sa1 2.Sh1??
I received 7 (!) one-phase-h#2, the content of which almost fully coincides with No 2 from the announcement: hideaways, pinnings, unpinnings, mates with pin.
Among these 7 problems I considered only problems without captures and only those problems that something add to the content of No 2.
As a result, after some hesitation I decided to choose this problem in which I liked following features:
- thematic try where bQ choose wrong corner and thereby blocks a square for bS;
- harmony in a play: only Queens and Knights play;
- nice unusual mate in center of the board.
EN <-> RU
12 entries were received from 7 authors representing 7 countries | На конкурс поступило 12 композиций от 7 авторов из 7 стран
1st Prize, 1st Place - No 38
F. Abdurahmanovic & R. Tomašević
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019
2nd Prize, 2nd Place - No 40
V. Crişan & Balasubramanian S. K.
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019
1st Hon. mention, 3rd Place - No 44
Mykola Vasyuchko
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019

1st Prize, 1st Place - No 38, Fadil Abdurahmanovic (Bosnia & Herzegovina) & Radovan Tomašević (Serbia) n4b2/1b6/8/8/8/p3p3/2p1P3/Brk1KB2

1.Bh8! Bh1! 2.Bg2 Bg7 3.Bxa8! Ba1! 4.Bb2+ axb2 5.Bg2 Bxg2=
Monkey theme with twofold bicolor Loyd clearance! Of course capture on a8 is slightly unpleasant but in generally it’s very beautiful problem with good construction – standout winner of the subsection!
EN <-> RU

2nd Prize, 2nd Place - No 40, Vlaicu Crişan (Romania) & Balasubramanian S. K. (India) r6Q/8/k7/8/8/B6p/8/5K1b

1.Qa1 Rh8 2.Kg1 Ba8 3.Bd6+! Kb7 4.Kh1 h2 5.Qa6+ Kxa6#
One of two miniatures in this TT. In initial position all 7 pieces stand on the edge of the board, and all 7 moves in the solution! Three moves from corner to corner, come-and-go effects, creation of White and Black batteries, battery model mate with switchback of bK – everything is spectacular, various and harmonic!
EN <-> RU

1st Honorable mention, 3rd Place - No 44, Mykola Vasyuchko (Ukraine) r7/kB1P4/2b3p1/1P6/8/p1N5/P7/1K6

1.Ka1 Bxd7! (Bxb5?) 2.Bh1! Bc6 3.bxc6 Rh8 4.Sb5+ Ka8 5.c7+ Rxh1#
Bicolor Klasinc, creation and play of White battery.
EN <-> RU
2nd Honorable mention - No 39
Balasubramanian S. K.
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019
1st Commendation - No 45
Mykola Vasyuchko
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019
2nd Commendation - No 43
Mykola Vasyuchko
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019

2nd Honorable mention - No 39, Balasubramanian S. K. (India) 1rk5/B1pn4/8/1P6/1p6/7K/7b/1B4Rb

1.Bf5! Ba8 2.Ra1 Kb7 3.Kg2 Rh8 4.Kh1 Sf8 5.Bc8+ Kxc8#
Much the same as 2nd Prize. Interesting key the meaning of which becomes clear only at the end of solution.
EN <-> RU

1st Commendation - No 45, Mykola Vasyuchko (Ukraine) 6K1/3p3p/QP1P1bpk/PPP5/5Pp1/1r1pp1p1/b3n3/7B

1.Ba8 Ba1 2.Qb7 Rb2+ 3.Kh8 Sc1 4.Qh1+ Rh2#
Identic anticritical moves of White and Black Bishops. The play of ready Black battery for creation and further mating play of another battery. Unfortunately large number of White and Black Pawns greatly reduces the impression of this interesting concept.
EN <-> RU

2nd Commendation - No 43, Mykola Vasyuchko (Ukraine) r1k5/p7/N7/8/8/Pp6/1P6/QK6

1.Qa2 Kb7 2.Ka1 Rh8 3.Qb1 Ka8 4.Qh1+ Rxh1#
Platzwechsel of White King and Queen.
EN <-> RU
Serial problems | Серийные задачи
30 entries were received from 8 authors representing 5 countries | На конкурс поступило 30 композиций от 8 авторов из 5 стран
1st Prize, 1st Place - No 23
Gábor Tar
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019
2nd Prize, 2nd Place - No 29
M. Halma & V. Yuzyuk
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019
3rd Prize, 3rd Place - No 3
Vitaly Medintsev
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019

1st Prize, 1st Place - No 23, Gábor Tar (Hungary) 2k5/p3p3/P2nn3/3p4/3P1B1R/rp3Pp1/7b/1K4N1

1.Sc7!! (Se~?) 2.e5 3.e4 4.exf3 5.f2 6.f1B 7.Bg2 8.Bh1 9.g2 10.Bg3 11.Be1 12.Bc3 13.Ba1 14.b2 15.Rb3 16.Rb8 17.Ra8 18.Kb8 19.Sc8 Rh8 =
At first I say about the key with amazingly far “foresight effect” – only at the end of solution it turns out that on this square the Knight will be pinned (it needs for stalemate)!
The main idea of the problem is “relay race” with line-opening for a piece which will be incarcerate at the corner afterwards: 1st piece opens a line for 2nd piece which moves to corner where is incarcerated by 3rd piece which simultaneously opens a line for 4th piece which moves to another corner and etc.
Herewith a first “stage of relay race” is excelsior with underpromotion! Additional harmony is in the fact that Bishops move to lower corners and Rooks – to upper.
A testing of the problem in Popeye in Intelligent mode gave positive result. We will hope that the problem will “persist” – that it has not cooks really. In any case, I say “Bravo!” to the author for a courage in choice and realization of such difficult and nice concept!
EN <-> RU

2nd Prize, 2nd Place - No 29, Mykhailo Halma & Viktor Yuzyuk (Ukraine) 3B4/6rp/3kp3/pPp5/3bbP2/1n5K/q2p2r1/3Rn3

1.Sa1 2.Qd5 3.Qa8 4.Rb7 5.Bh8 6.Rgg7 7.Bh1 8.Sg2 Rxd2#
The same idea of “relay race” as in 1st Prize but in the genre of mate (it changes a motivation of maneuvers from self-incarceration to hideaway) and without additional “delicacy” like as excelsior or mysterious key. But on other hand, everything is made very clear, and all 7 Black pieces participate in the solution. It is pleasant that a mate is model.
EN <-> RU

3rd Prize, 3rd Place - No 3, Vitaly Medintsev (Russia) b5k1/8/r4p1K/8/5np1/B7/8/b1qB4

1.Bh1! 2.Ra8! (R~?) 3.f5 4.Bh8 5.Qa1! (Q~?) 6.Sg2 Bb3#
Author said: “Tourney theme with destroying of two direct Black batteries that motivated by avoidance of discovered check to wK…”
I can say the following about it. In help-genres a “focus” of Black batteries to wK and its destroying don’t produce an impression itself in view of absence of paradox (because an aim of Black is not an attack of wK, of course). But in this case the author used this moment for make motivations of moves of rear battery pieces the same. Also he managed to connected motivations of moves of front pieces of same batteries between each other – line-opening or interference of every Black Bishop before or after its move to corner respectively. From this point of view, this problem is a very telling example of how in one-phase-problem (herewith with quite short stipulation) it is possible and necessary to achieve a homogeneity of contents!
All of the above coupled with excellent construction caused a high place of this composition.
EN <-> RU
1st Honorable mention - No 61
Mykola Vasyuchko
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019
2nd Honorable mention - No 35
Luis Miguel Martin
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019
Commendation - No 50
Mykola Vasyuchko
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019

1st Honorable mention - No 61, Mykola Vasyuchko (Ukraine) 2k1b1r1/p6R/Pnp5/1pP1B3/1P6/pp4p1/r3p2b/1Nn1K1N1

1.Bf7 2.Kd7 3.Ra8 4.Kc8 5.Bd5 6.Bh1 7.g2 8.Bf4 9.Be3 10.Bd4 11.Ba1 12.b2 13.Sb3 14.Sd4 15.Se6 16.Sc7 17.Kb8 18.Sc8 Rh8=
Again we see something like a “relay race” as in 1st Prize. But in this regard there are several roughness and heterogeneities:
- on 1st “stage of relay race” (where we see Klasinc instead excelsior in 1st Prize) there is no “handover of relay race”: bBe8 (together with bK) opens a line for bR, waits for bR moves to corner and after that this bB itself moves to another corner;
- further everything seems to be as it should be: bPg3 incarcerates this bB at the corner and simultaneously opens a line for another bB to another corner where this bB will be incarcerated by another Pawn that opens a way for Knight;
- but this Knight moves not to the corner because this corner was occupied by Rook at the beginning of solution.
Also it is slightly unpleasant that another bR (a2) doesn’t execute any move.
In general, despite the huge similarities with 1st Prize, I evaluated this problem significantly lower.
EN <-> RU

2nd Honorable mention - No 35, Luis Miguel Martin (Spain) qrk5/p5p1/8/B7/1p6/P7/1K6/nR3n1r

1.Rh8 2.Qh1 3.Ra8 4.Kb8 5.Rc8 6.Qh8 7.bxa3+ Kxa1#
I received many serial problems with multiple come-and-go effects, and this problem is the best. Fivefold come-and-go, including three moves from corner to corner. Epaulette mate in the final.
EN <-> RU

Commendation - No 50, Mykola Vasyuchko (Ukraine) 5bb1/3ppkp1/P1P3N1/8/5pKp/1PpPp3/4p2q/5r1r

1.Ra1 2.Rxa6 3.Rha1 4.Qh1 5.Qxc6 6.Qf6 7.Re6 8.Ra8 9.Re8 Sh8#
Final mating picture is visible immediately, as well as the fact that Black Queen and Rooks must block three squares around bK. But who of them should occupy which field and in what order they should move – this is not at all obvious at first glance and that is why it’s interesting.
A presence of wPPc6e6 (that correct “routes” of Black pieces) slightly reduces an impression.
EN <-> RU
Special Commendation - No 2
Sébastien Luce
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019

Special Commendation - No 2, Sébastien Luce (France) 1n4k1/B4pPR/1P5P/4p1b1/1pq3p1/4PpNB/2p2PP1/2K5

1.Sh1 2.g3 3.Bf1 4.Bd3 5.Be4 6.Ba8 7.b7 8.Bd4 9.Ba1 10.Kb2 11.e4 12.Rh8#
I confess honestly: I found out about stipulation ser-ds#N at the first time! It means that White execute N-1 moves in a row in such way that on Nth move White would be force to checkmate for bK! It is obvious that main goal of White in this stipulation is self- incarceration of all pieces except mating. Where is the easiest way to incarcerate a piece? Of course at the corner! So the author should be commended at least for the fact that given the theme he choose very suitable stipulation for its realization. As a result, we see a play like “relay pace” that something similar to 1st Prize and 1st HM, only in White performance.
EN <-> RU
Rest problems | Остальные задачи
3 entries were received from 2 authors representing 2 countries | На конкурс поступило 3 композиций от 2 авторов из 2 стран
Special Prize, 1st Place - No 9
Pavel Arestov
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019
Honorable mention, 2nd Place - No 36
Luis Miguel Martin
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019
Commendation, 3rd Place - No 10
Pavel Arestov
TT-220, SuperProblem, 05-06-2019

Special Prize, 1st Place - No 9, Pavel Arestov (Russia) 6k1/1p4p1/3P2P1/Pq5P/1P6/pRP3pp/Q3P1P1/6K1

Natural 1.Rxa3+? Kh8 2.Qf7 unexpectedly leads to stalemate: 2...Qb6+! 3.axb6 h2+ 4.Kh1.
To avoid it, White must save bPa3 and move by Rook on another square:
1.Rb1+! Kh8 2.Qf7
Now Black don’t think about stalemate but find another sacrifice of Queen to make White life as difficult as possible:
2...Qd5! 3.Qxd5 a2 4.Ra1! h2+ 5.Kh1 zz b5/b6 6.Qa8#

Interesting problem with choice of key and different sacrifices of bQ in try and in solution.
There is a multiple dual after 4...hxg2 in real solution but this move is weak defense and that is why this dual can be consider as uncritical shortcoming. But an absence of answer to the most important defensive resource1…h2+ in initial position is more strong shortcoming. That is why – only a Special Prize.
EN <-> RU

Honorable mention, 2nd Place - No 36, Luis Miguel Martin (Spain) r1b2knN/p1pp1ppp/8/8/8/8/PbPPPPPP/B1qQKB1R

1.Sf3 e5 2.Sxe5 Qf6 3.Sg6 Qxb2 4.Sxh8 Qxb1 5.Bb2 Qc1 6.Rb1 Ba3 7.Ba1 Kf8 8.Rxb7 Bb2 9.Rxb8 Rxb8 10.Rg1 Ra8 11.Rh1
Main interesting moment in this problem is in the fact that wRh1 and bRa8 didn’t stand in one place (as one might think) but executed one move and after that returned to its corner. If the author was managed to do the same with all 4 Rooks then the problem would take a Prize.
EN <-> RU

Commendation, 3rd Place - No 10, Pavel Arestov (Russia) 8/8/5P2/1R6/8/6p1/R6r/1K5k

1.f7! Rh8 2.Rh5+! Rxh5 3.f8Q g2 4.Qa8! (4.Qf3? Rb5+ 5.Ka1 Rg5!) 4...Rb5+ 5.Ka1! Rg5 6.Qh8+ Kg1 7.Qd4+ Kh1 8.Qh4+ Kg1 9.Qxg5 Kh2/Kf1 10.Qxg2/Qc1#
Miniature with diverting sacrifice of wR and further “catching” of bR by promoted wQ.
If the author was managed to find second 10-move-variant with sacrifice of another wR (1...g2 2.Rxg2!) then the problem would pretend on a Prize.
EN <-> RU

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Participants | Участники

Abdurahmanovic F. – No 37 (h#3), No 38* (hs=5)
Arestov P. – No 9 (#6), No 10 (#10)
Armeni A. – No 20 (hs#4.5), No 21 (hs#3)
Atanasov B. – No 13 (h#3)
Balasubramanian S. K. – No 39 (hs#5), No 40* (hs#5)
Crişan V. – No 40* (hs#5)
Érsek T. – No 18 (h#2), No 19 (h#3)
Halma M. – No 29* (ser-h#8), No 33 (h#3.5), No 34 (ser-h#7)
Harl A. – No 26 (h#2), No 27 (ser-h#6)
Jonsson C. – No 30 (h#2), No 31* (h#3), No 32* (h#3.5)
Klipachev V. – No 5 (h#2)
Kostyukov A. – No 14 (h#4)
Krampis I. – No 6 (h#2), No 7 (h#3.5)
Kuhn R. – No 8 (h#4)
Luce S. – No 2 (ser-ds#12)
Martin L. M. – No 35 (ser-h#7), No 36 (PG10.5)
Medintsev V. – No 3 (ser-h#6)
Oblyashevski G. – No 15 (h#2)
Semenenko A. – No 16 (h#7)
Semenenko V. – No 17 (h=4)
Shorokhov B. – No 12 (h=4)
Spitsyn A. – No 1 (h#2)
Tar G. – No 22 (h=4), No 23 (ser-h=19), No 24 (hs=4), No 25 (hs#4)
Tomašević R. – No 38* (hs=5)
Vasyuchko M. – No 41 (hs#4), No 42 (hs#3), No 43 (hs#4), No 44 (hs#4), No 45 (hs#4), No 46 (ser-#6), No 47 (h#2), No 48 (1W→ser-h#2), No 49 (1W→ser-h#4), No 50 (ser-h#9), No 51 (ser-h#8), No 52 (ser-h#8), No 53 (ser-h#7), No 54 (ser-h#7), No 55 (ser-h#7), No 56 (ser-h#9), No 57 (ser-h#11), No 58 (ser-h#7), No 59 (ser-h#7), No 60 (ser-h#8), No 61 (ser-h=18), No 62 (ser-h=11), No 63 (ser-h=11), No 64 (ser-h=10), No 65 (1W→ser-h=10), No 66 (1W→ser-h=11), No 67 (1W→ser-h=9), No 68 (1W→ser-h#3), No 69 (h=5), No 70 (h=5), No 71 (h==9), No 72 (h==9), No 73 (h==10), No 74 (h==10), No 75 (ser-h#4)
Wiehagen R. – No 4A (h#4), No 4B (h#4), No 11 (h#2), No 31* (h#3), No 32* (h#3.5)
Yuzyuk V. – No 28 (h#3), No 29* (ser-h#8)

The Winners | Победители

Aleksandr Semenenko [h#(=)]

Fadil Abdurahmanovic [hs#(=)]

Radovan Tomašević [hs#(=)]

Gábor Tar (serial problems)

Pavel Arestov (rest problems)

Congratulations! | Поздравляем!

Judge | Арбитр

Aleksey Oganesjan

Director and editor
Директор и редактор

Aleksey Oganesjan

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