Chess Problem Solving
Chess problem solving consists of a range of written Chess problems that involve finding artificial best moves and identifying valid positions.
chess problem solving involves solving the problem using the standard rules of Chess but not necessarily the normal objective. If a problem forms a position that could not be created from normal play or the question has a mistake (ie impossible to solve) bonus marks can be awarded. Time will be used as tie-break.
You can find out about opportunities to play Chess Problem Solving live at the timetable. Please report any external links that have broken or have changed to contain inappropriate material. More information about how tournament play works can be found in clocks and in MSO rules.
MSO Chess Problem Solving (Problem Solving) Champions
|2005||Ian Watson||England||Olympiad Champion|
|2004||Michael Mcdowell||Northern Ireland||Olympiad Champion|
|1999||John Nunn||England||Olympiad Champion|
Full results and other winners can be found in Results.
MSO Chess -_Problem_Solving Ranked Players: