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64-PWCP-I

Post by Algimantas » Tue Sep 06, 2011 19:03

Regulations
of the First World Championship in
Draughts-64 Problem Solving (64-PWCP-I)


1. First World Championship in Droughts-64 Problem Solving (64-PWCP-I) is an official World Championship approved by FMJD which is fully responsible for tournament organization. FMJD (CD) Board of Directors entrusts Composition Committee (CPI FMJD) to control and organize the 64-PWCP-I Championship.

2. 64-PWCP-I Dates:
From August 15, 2011 to August 15, 2012.

3. 64-PWCP-I is conducted in accordance with the 64-RI Rules for Problem Solving in Draughts-64 (part 2) and competition (parts 6, 7, 8 ).

4. Only problems (without kings in the initial position) corresponding to the level of Master (RM) or a super-master (RS) can participate in the competition. Problems of a classical level (RK) are not allowed in the competition.

5.1. Joint participation is prohibited.
5.2. Co-authorship of composition is allowed, however the evaluation of credit will be scored to one author who sent the composition to the competition, but not more than 2 problems from the author on the whole Championship. The composition simultaneously sent by both (all) co-authors will be excluded from the competition.
New, previously published (including electronic media, internet forums and web-sites) or the compositions taking part in competitions since January 1, 2000 are allowed to participate.

6. 64-PWCP-I The tourney is held in five sections. Job in all categories: 'White begin and win. "

In all 64-PWCP-I categories decision items may contain “Entry” 64-RI 2.1.5.

Category A. Miniatures.
Relation of forces: from 4 pieces for each side to 6 pieces for each side including the ratio of 5 (white) x3 (black), 4х6, 6х4, 4х5, 5х4, 5х6, 6х5.
Subject: any.

Category B. Middle Problems.
Relation of forces: from 7 pieces for one side to 9 pieces for each side including the ratio of 5х7, 7х5, 6х7, 7х6, 6х8, 8х6.
Subject: any.

Category C. Middle Problems.
Relation of forces: from 7 pieces for one side to 9 pieces for each side including the ratio of 5х7, 7х5, 6х7, 7х6, 6х8, 8х6.
Subject: Problem endgame (new or old) with at least two composition variants must be obtained after the main part of the combination.

Category D. Big Problems.
Relation of forces: from 10 pieces for one side to 12 pieces for each side including the ratio of 8х10, 10х8, 9х10, 10х9, 9х11, 11х9.
Subject: any.


Category E. Big Problems.
Relation of forces: from 10 pieces for one side to 12 pieces for each side including the ratio of 8х10, 10х8, 9х10, 10х9, 9х11, 11х9.
Subject: Problem endgame (new or old) with at least two composition variants must be obtained after the main part of the combination.

CPI FMJD stresses that advantage in two white pieces corresponds to the level of master (RM) and is in accordance with the 64-RI Rules, item 6.1.

7. No more than two compositions could be presented by the author in each of the category. Category of the competition, complete solution to the final, final motive or the system should be indicated when submitted. The solution must be given in a summary form, indicating only composite variants and composite false trails. Proof of the legality of the initial position must be provided if required. The coordinator sends the decision to the media for publication, including Internet sites.

At the same time participants can specify separately in addition to their decision compositional variations, the proof of the uniqueness of the solution, explanations about the role and purpose of individual pieces, the full publication date and place of publication, or participation in competitions, and the estimates, etc. These additions coordinator sends to the judges, but they are not included in the text of publications.

8. Sizing up the 64-PWCP-I.

The process of summing up the final outcome includes two stages:
1) Jurors evaluate the problem on a 100-point scale and determine the location of each composition in each category.

2) After that, the compositions are assigned points according to their places:
1st place – 100 points
2nd place – 97 points
3rd place – 94 points
4th place – 92 points
5th place – 90 points
6th place – 88 points
7th place – 87 points and then reducing to 1 point for each subsequent place.

Excluding compositions from the competition (0 points) is only allowed in cases based on objective criteria described in Regulation 64-RI for Draughts-64 and clarifications in the instructions to the judges of the 2nd World Championships on Problem Solving (PWCP-II).

9. 64-PWCP-I individual result will be determined in accordance with the sum of seven best works that occupied the highest place in their categories. That means all compositions of each participant will be taken into account in all categories.

10. In the case of equality of points for the seven best works described in the previous section, additional criteria are:
а) The amount of credit points in the 8 best works.
b) The amount of credit points in the 9 best works.
с) The amount of credit points in the 10 best works.

11. The winner of the Championship in the Problem Solving section is awarded the title of the World Champion. The winner will be awarded a gold medal and a CPI FMJD diploma. Second and third championship prize-winners will be awarded silver and bronze medals and diplomas.

In addition, the prize pool includes:

- I place 300 US Dollars
- II place 200 US Dollars
- III place 100 US Dollars

12. The championship jury members are: V. Bieliauskas (Lithuania), G. Andreev (Latvia), A. Nagumanov (Russia)
Peter Shkludov (Belarus) is appointed as championship coordinator.

13. Participants of the championship must send the problems to the championship coordinator’s address (see below) via standard mail and can duplicate their solutions via email.

The deadline for sending: December 15, 2011. The solution send date is determined by the mail stamp. Participants can also indicate their email address. Information on problem receiving will be published in the Peter Shkludov’s internet forum: http://planet-ka.2x2forum.com
Peter Shkludov
211446 Belarus,
6, Novopolotsk,
P.O. box: 4
E-mail: shkludov@mail.ru

Rules of the World Championship on Problem Solving, submitted comments and the final outcome of the Championship will be published on Internet sites:

FMJD site: www.fmjd.org.
TAVLEI site: www.gambler.ru/plus/tavlei
Peter Shkludov’s Internet Forum: http://planet-ka.2x2forum.com
Non-Government Organization of the Belarusian Draughts Federation: http://belarus.fmjd.org

Translated by Vitaly Vorushilo.
Перевод сделан Виталием Ворушило.

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Re: 64-PWCP-I

Post by Algimantas » Thu Jan 26, 2012 20:56

64-PWCP-I. Positions, their decisions, participants, etc.:
http://fmjd.org/?p=comp
Materials of PWCP-64.(Published 24-01-2012)

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Re: 64-PWCP-I

Post by Algimantas » Thu Apr 19, 2012 22:23


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Re: 64-PWCP-I

Post by Algimantas » Thu Aug 09, 2012 14:18


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Re: 64-PWCP-I

Post by Algimantas » Sun Oct 28, 2012 08:02

Final results:
http://fmjd.org/?p=comp
First PWCP 64. Final results, remarks, protests. (Published 22-10-2012)

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