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17ème Meeting de la Solidarité : Macédoine 2012 ( 1er Prix).

mardi 21 août 2012
par Abdelaziz Onkoud
popularité : 1%

XVII. International tourney for chess compositions Sredba na solidarnosta 2011-2012 (July 2012)

Transcription to cyrilic letters : Sredba na solidarnosta 2011-2012

Translation to English : Meeting of Solidarity 2011-2012

Perevod na ruskom : Vstre a solidarnosti 2011-2012

“Neutral judge” (in charge of receiving the tourney entries) : Gligor Denkovski

Language control : Stephen Emmerson

Proof-reading (of #3, s# & e.g. awards) : Predrag Žuvić

Preparation of the tourney brochure : Zoran Gavrilovski

Printing and distribution : Zoran Gavrilovski

Thanks to all participants and judges and congratulations to the successful composers.

The awards in all five sections of Sredba na solidarnosta 2012 will become final on 1 November 2012.

Please send your anticipation and related claims to : Zoran Gavrilovski, P. fah 137, Skopje MK-1001, Macedonia, or to the e-mail address mprobl@yahoo.com

HELPMATES IN 2 MOVES

Participants :

Sven Trommler – 1, 2 ; Jean-Francois Carf – 3 ; Rolf Wiehagen – 4 ; Lennart Werner & Christer Jonsson – 5 ; Valerio Agostini & Gabriele Brunori – 6 ; Menachem Witztum – 7 ; Almiro Zarur – 8, 22, 23 ; Ricardo de Mattos Vieira – 9 ; Jozef Ložek – 10 ; Vitaly Medintsev, Dmitry Zhilko & Dmitry Turevski – 11 ; Vladislav Bunka – 12, Zoltan Labai – 13 ; Aleksandr Chaplin – 14 ; Zlatko Mihajloski – 15 ; Abdelaziz Onkoud – 16, 17, 18 ; Boško Milošeski – 19, Igor Agapov – 20 ; Jorge Lois & Jorge Kapros – 21 ; Aleksandr Pankratyev – 24 ; Zoran Gavrilovski – 25 ; Viktor Syzonenko – 26 ; Misha Shapiro – 27 ; Luis Miguel Martin – 28 ; Georgi Hadži-Vaskov – 29 ; Mark Erenburg – 30 ; Mihajlo Milanović – 31, 32 ; Živko Janevski – 33, 34.

There were 34 problems in this tourney, which I received from the “neutral judge” without authors’ names. I think that the level of the tourney was satisfactory and, accordingly, I determined my judging criteria. Non-honoured and non-commented problems explore familiar problem motifs. Problems mentioned below were not honoured for the following reasons : № 1 (Kb6/Kd5) – familiar problem motifs, realised by double change in the twinning ; № 2 (Kd8/Kb5) – varied play undermines the idea of showing BK star ; № 9 (Kb2/Kd3) – a good conception, but that has already been seen (for comparison, see B) ; № 10 (Ka3/Kf4) – in the diagram position wBb8 attacks the bK and has a role in determining the play ; № 13 (Ka1/Ke6) – the author shows black moves to the same squares (d3 and e3), but the play is varied ; № 14 (Kc8/Kd4) – simple and symmetrical play ; № 20 (Kg4/Kd4) – ambitious conception, but in each solution there are white pieces which have no role in the final position ; № 26 (Kc8/Kf5) – a good conception, but it would have been better if the author has managed to avoid the repeating moves Bg4 and Ke4. I thank the tourney director for entrusting me with the judging task. I also thank the grandmaster Živko Janevski who indicated certain anticipations.

Judge : Nikola Stolev (Macedonia)

1st Prize : № 17, Abdelaziz Onkoud. Elimination of the wRd4 by black line pieces, whose line of action is neutralised by the first move of White. A good achievement.

Abdelaziz ONKOUD
17th tourney Meeting of Solidarity 2011
1° Prix
Mat aidé en 2 coups
2 solutions

- 1.F×d4 é5 2.Rd5 Cf6‡
- 1.T×d4 Fç4+ 2.R×d6 Da3‡


3rd Honourable Mention : № 16, Abdelaziz Onkoud. A successful rendering of double Zilahi.

Abdelaziz ONKOUD
17th tourney Meeting of Solidarity 2011
3° Mention d’Honneur
Mat aidé en 2 coups
4 solutions

- 1.Té2 Fh4 2.T×é4 T×g5‡
- 1.T×g2 Fç3 2.T2×g4 Cd6‡
- 1.R×é4 Fd2 2.T×é5 T×f4‡
- 1.R×g4 Ff2 2.Ff5 Cf6‡


2nd Commendation : № 18, Abdelaziz Onkoud. Elimination of white pieces allowing black interefence and change of functions of Bd5/Rd6 (captured/mating) in Zilahi manner.

Abdelaziz ONKOUD
17th tourney Meeting of Solidarity 2011
2° Recommandé
Mat aidé en 2 coups
2 solutions

- 1.F×d5 R×b6 2.Fé4 T×d4‡
- 1.T×d6 R×ç4 2.Td7 Fç6‡




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