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WCCC Bern 2014 - Report 3

l6(27.08.2014) The third Report about WCCC in Bern 2014 present info and photos of the lectures on 26.08.2014.



Yesterday started the 38th WCSC. It finished today and you can see the results in the official website.

Here are some photos from the lectures. The first one was by Hans Peter Rehm: 


Hans Peter Rehm: About an old moremover

Hans explained us his criterias of quality and present the development of his moremover.



Diyan Kostadinov: Successive opening of connected lines in Selfmates

I will publish my lecture on the website as soon as I find time to prepare it for publication (in following days). 



Marjan Kovacevic: An orthodox reading of a helpmate content

Interesting presentation of another view on the helpmates.



Torsten Linss: Tablebases for the composition of chess problems

Torsten explained us how computers can composing chess problems and what we can expect for the future.





Torsten Linss, Andrey Selivanov, Diyan Kostadinov (the first three places in the selfmate section of the last WCCI)


Today (probably for the first time on WCCC) I will try to make a live stream of the Solving Show on twitter! Start at 20:30 local time. Find me on twitter: @DiyanKostadinov 



+2 #1 Bjorn Enemark 2014-08-27 16:31
Thank you, Diyan, for your reports and pictures. Keep them coming! They give some sense of the atmosphere. Quick composing with fairy! And the lectures sound interesting. Wish I could have been there this year.
+4 #2 Seetharaman Kalyan 2014-08-27 19:54
Nice photos! Seems you are the youngest participant ! :-)
+4 #3 Eric Huber 2014-08-27 20:32
Great job on Twitter (created an account just to follow this competition).
Thank you Diyan !
+3 #4 Diyan Kostadinov 2014-08-27 23:54
Thanks all.
Eric, I am happy that the livestream of the Solving Show was successful, and hope that the followers on twitter felt the atmosphere during these two hours with updates every 5 minutes.

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