# 比赛结果相关信息

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- Chess Department Rosija
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- Independent Chess Department
- Play with the champion
- World League
- Beauty Contest
- Immortal
- Non Stop
- Torneo Capablanca
- Universal V
- Millionaire
- GoldChess5
- GoldChess10
- GoldChess13
- Gold A-G replay
- Genius Room
- GoldChess The Best
- Young Ten Kids
- Hunt Game

2020-05-19

Diagram 3. Armenak solved. He found other variant. Ours - not solved yet. The prize is current.

2018-08-22

Live Puzzle Pop3. Even young chess geniuses from Armenia did not do the task this week. Only one chess player, Marcin Jaworski from Poland, solved the problem. See how Marcin played. Last 4 movements.

2018-08-16

**Download chess program and get the full version**

1. Download the program + codes

2. After installation, you will see the board unregistered version of the program. Click on –Unlock

3. Enter as in the picture Serial number and Unlock and your Nick and click ok.

You have the full version of CEEC on your computer. You are ready to play.

2017-06-24

Gold 0 - 遊戲暫停吊銷

针对16岁以下的年轻棋手的Gold 0，我们刚经历了“骗子的游行”。

20、40岁的人都进来，冒充15岁的孩子！有人出示真正13岁孩子的身份，但仔细检查之后，发现这名13岁的孩子根本就不下棋。因此，我们决定，等出现国际象棋教练介绍的100名年轻棋手之后，重新启动这一项比赛。将来奖金还会更高一些。比赛开始日期，我们将会通过电子邮件通知大家。

**胜利者 - **

Gold 0-34 沒有贏家

Gold 0-33 - Alex Nurijanyan

Gold 0-30,31,32, 取消

Gold 0-29 Alex Nurijanyan, Brilliant Player

Gold 0-28 Arman Manukyan, Brilliant Player, without winning a queen, but fantastic conception, see:

Gold 0-27 Areg Karapetyan, Brilliant Player, see solution

Gold 0-26 Alex Nurijanyan, Brilliant Player

Gold 0-25 Alex Nurijanyan, one move faster, see/見

Gold 0-24 Alex Nurijanyan, 6 min. time, Areg Karapetyan, jointly

Gold 0-23 Alex Nurijanyan- 驚人的解決方案

Gold 0-20 Areg Karapetyan

Gold 0-19 Areg Karapetyan

Gold 0-18 Alex Nurijanyan

Gold 0-17, 胜利者 Areg Karapetyan, 時間5.5小時

2017-04-29

2017-04-15

Gold 0 (至16年), 从现在起, 开始于17.00 CET (每個星期六)

優勝者 - 勳章Winners見

2016-08-06

Task 10

Winner Konrad Jasiński, position from the game Fier-Warakomski rewarded by Goldchess.

2016-07-28

2016-07-27

2016-07-25

2016-05-07

Goldchess team

2016-03-05

**Accumulation! - Prize $250**

Task 41 currently on – 135 weeks nobody solved task

From the position of the task 41 is possible mate in 26 - we will show it in the film: "How to solve the task of Goldchess"

We want only mate in the 29th. Hint: walking around in circles King

mate in29.Qh6-forcefull in 5

download

2015-09-26

Michał Stolarski sent the next solution. It is not appropriate, but beautiful. And it would be even more beautiful if played 29.gf3 mate.

look

2013-05-25

Task 32-33

Draw by perpetual check in 33 -7 checks

No one has done the task 31-32-33, draw in 33, by perpetual check in 7 moves

Best player’s solution- draw in 35 –player Puchaaa16

2013-05-04

**Task29 **

-mate in 41, forceful in 8

Winner - Grosmaster. Mate in 40, forceful in 9!

Featured game.

2013-04-27

**Task28**

-mate in 37, forceful in the sixth

Task copyright from The Best, of the III Round. Additionally in Gold0, we show five author’s moves.

2013-04-20

Game 27-Mate in 25

Prize $50

Winner Grosmaster

The same solution as the author. See

2013-03-16

2013-03-16

Who first, this better

Game 22-Victory in 34

$50 prize

2013-03-16

Player Gelu1001 done and sent task 22 after 3 minutes!

Title - Quick Brain Titan

2013-03-09

Who first, this better Game 21st – checkmate in 19 $50 prize

The 20-game victory 33, won the prize Grosmaster, but the best solution to send Pepe, the 27th victory

2013-03-09

Game 21 ended.

Prize won Puchaaa 16, but the most beautiful solution with dedication Queen sent Pepe. Look

2013-03-02

Who first, this better

Game 20th – victory in 33

$50 prize

2013-02-23

Who first, this better

Game 19th – Mate in 34- a little difficult

$50 prize

2013-02-16

Who first, this better

Game 18th – Victory in 26 move

$50 prize

2013-02-11

17 Task was not difficult. Player Grossmaster sent solution after 7 minutes, about 2.07p.m.

Player’s solution

2013-02-09

Who first, this better

Game 17th – Victory in 27 move

$50 prize

2013-02-02

Who first, this better

Game 16th – Mate in 25moves

$50 prize

Game 15

Player’s solution

2013-01-26

Who first, this better

Game 15th – 20victory

$50 prize

Game 14

Player’s solution

2013-01-12

Player Grosmaster checkmated in 32 pawn, but in a different way than the author.

Receives $ 150 prize.

We show the solution to the player and author

Currently, we have a new task, nr.13

Reward: $ 100!

2013-01-05

Game no. 12

Eighth week, no one has done the job.

Mat 32, a pawn.

Prize $ 250!

2012-12-29

Game no.11

Seventh week, no one has done the job.

Mat 32, a pawn.

Prize $ 250!

2012-12-22

Game no.10

Another accumulation in Gold0!

Sixth week, no one has done the job.

Mate 32, a pawn.

Prize $ 250!

2012-12-15

**Accumulation x 5!**

Fifth week, no one has done the job.

Mate 32, a pawn.

**Prize x 5 = $ 250**

We present batch entry submitted by the player gelu1001-mate in 34, due to its precise beauty.

2012-12-08

**Accumulation!**

Fourth week, no one has done the job.

Mate 32, a pawn.

**Prize x 4 = $ 200**

2012-12-01

**Accumulation!**

Third week, no one has done the job.

Mate 32, a pawn.

**Prize x 3 - $ 150**

2012-11-24

Nobody solved the problem, mate in 32 with a pawn.

Cumulation, prize $100

2012-11-17

The same player Pepe gave a 30-mate pawn move. Here's the solution.

$100 as a reward and in addition the Brain Titan Class I title.

2012-11-10

Cuu-muuu-lation at Gold0!

Doubled prize in Gold0!

$ 100

Last task

A different solution than the author's one was provided for the last week's task. A player won the game one move earlier than the author and they were awarded the title of Class I Brain Titan.

Accumulated prize: $ 100.

Moreover, the unsolved author's task is not canceled, however, the solution to be provided has to match the author's one.

2012-11-03

Cumulation! Prize x 2!

Nobody has resolved last week's task, that's why we have now prize cumulation in Gold0.

Good luck!

2012-10-27

Third task has been resolved by gelu1001 player in another way than author did it. In the archive of Gold0 game you can find ready to download: starting position, player's solution and author solution.

For the fourth week we have prepared new, sensational task.

2012-10-13

Today, at 17.38 we have received solution of task 2 from GoldChess 0 game, sent by gelu1001. As we know, he resolved this task in 10 minutes! Congratulations! Another prize and title goes to him - see in our Winners section.

gelu1001's solution, as well as the starting position, are enclosed.

2012-10-09

First task has been resolved. $50 prize.

Winner - gelu1001 was the first one who has sent solution. Nobody is faster?

Task 32

Draw by perpetual check in 33 - 7 checks

2018-09-29

**Olympics in Batumi, in Goldchess**

In Batumi some cheeky Frenchman, with the Polish grandmaster of a large class, played in defense of the Russian 3.S: e5. And the Pole, most likely surprised by such a move, lost the game. In Goldchess, we punished for this move and win black in a beautiful, dynamic game.

Free game, $ 100 prize. Rules like in the Genius Test, 10 correct solutions and we draw the winner.

Task: Vachier-Lagrave vs J.K. Duda - mat in the 27th movement. We play, of course, blacks.

Task and prize only for Polish chess players. **But, try yourself, maybe everyone.** Position to download in Results – Hunt game. (www.goldchess.com). You send the solution in the CEEC-our chess program file (.pgn extension) to the address contact@goldchess.com.

Goldchess team

2017-10-31

**Olympics in Batumi, in Goldchess**

In Batumi some cheeky Frenchman, with the Polish grandmaster of a large class, played in defense of the Russian 3.S: e5. And the Pole, most likely surprised by such a move, lost the game. In Goldchess, we punished for this move and win black in a beautiful, dynamic game.

Free game, $ 100 prize. Rules like in the Genius Test, 10 correct solutions and we draw the winner.

Task: Vachier-Lagrave vs J.K. Duda - mat in the 27th movement. We play, of course, blacks.

Task and prize only for Polish chess players. But, try yourself, maybe everyone. Position to download in Results – Hunt game. (www.goldchess.com). You send the solution in the CEEC-our chess program file (.pgn extension) to the address contact@goldchess.com.

Goldchess team

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Hunt 8 – 无人解答

Hunt 7 – timeout

Hunt 6 – winner Alex Nurijanyan

Hunt 5 – timeout

Hunt 4 – winner Alex Nurijanyan

2017-09-26

**狩猎**：第3 场比赛报告，没人 “扑到”

Hunt game is incredibly evasive. Nobody managed to hunt the problem in the 3rd edition. And some players from the U.S., Poland and Turkey where there. We invite the players with a knack for hunting next week.

2017-09-24

2017-09-22

**狩猎**：第1、2场比赛报告，没人 “扑到” 棋提！所有的答案都是期限过后而发来，所以这一次没有胜利者，也没有奖金。

欢迎大家参与Hunt 3！

2020-04-17

**Bobby Fischer Challenge**

从费舍尔党的阵地任务。

**2000名参赛者可获得**20000美元的奖金。

注册: https://www.goldchess.com/zh/other/players-lists.html#bobbyfischerchallengeopen

在2000名棋手报名后，我们将公布比赛日期。

2020-10-02

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2020-12-25

**Win Faster**--是向世界所有棋手提出的挑战--Goldchess。

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2020-06-29

2016-10-15

**The best Russian chess magazine**

**"64-Шахматное обозрение", that is „64” from Moscow has assumed the media patronage over Chess Department Rosija.**

2016-07-09

**January 16 to July 30 Anand-Gelfand - replay in Goldchess**

**we play for US $3000**

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**Department Rosija**

1-st round, 16.01, prize $1000 - winner IM Paweł Weichhold PL | SOLUTION |

2-nd round, 23.01,prize $1000 - winner Nikolaj Morozowski RU |
SOLUTION |

3-rd round, 30.01, prize $1000 - there is no winner - possible solution-1move earlier | SOLUTION |

4-th round, 06.02, prize $1000 - winner Krystian Jacek PL-see | SOLUTION |

5-th round, 13.02, prize $ 500 - winner Krystian Jacek PL-not author's | SOLUTION |

6-th round, 20.02, prize $1000 - Krystian Jacek PL | SOLUTION |

7-th round, 27.02, prize $ 500 - Paweł Weichhold PL | SOLUTION |

8-th round, March 12, prize $10 000 - Both Departments playing for the same prize |
SOLUTION |

9-th round, June 11, prize $1000 - there is no winner | SOLUTION |

10-th round, June 18, prize $1000-there is no winner | SOLUTION |

11-th round, June 25, prize $1000- Krystian Jacek PL | SOLUTION |

12-th round, July 2nd, prize $1000- IM Paweł Weichhold | SOLUTION |

13-th round, prize $1000- IM Pawel Weichhold | SOLUTION |

14-th round, prize $1000- there is no winner | SOLUTION |

15-th round, prize $1000- Goldchess solution | SOLUTION |

Grand Finale16-th round, July 30, prize $3 000- professional from China |
SOLUTION |

2016-08-10

**A pause to appeal**

2016-07-09

**January 16 - July 30 Anand Gelfand match - replay in Goldchess
Round 16 - we play for US $3000**

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**Department America**

1-st round, 16.01, prize $1000 - winner Krystian Jacek PL | SOLUTION |

2-nd round, 23.01,prize $1000 - winner John Morawski Milwake US |
SOLUTION |

3-rd round, 30.01, prize $1000 - winner Piotr Niedbal-PL-Great Britain- one move faster | SOLUTION |

4-th round, 06.02, prize $1000 - winner Paweł Weichhold PL | SOLUTION |

5-th round, 13.02, prize $1000 - winner Paweł Weichhold PL | SOLUTION |

6-th round, 20.02, prize $1000 - winner Krystian Jacek PL | SOLUTION |

7-th round, 27.02, prize $ 500 - Krystian Jacek PL | SOLUTION |

8-th round, March 12, |
SOLUTION |

9-th round, June 11, prize $1000-both Departments play-there is no winner | SOLUTION |

10-th round, June 18, prize $1000-there is bo winner | SOLUTION |

11-th round, June 25, prize $1000- 无胜利者 there is no winner | |

12-th round, July 2nd, prize $1000- Piotr Niedbał-amateur-业余爱好者 | SOLUTION |

13-th round, prize $1000- Piotr Niedbał-amateur | SOLUTION |

14-th round, prize $1000- winner IM Paweł Weichhold | SOLUTION |

15-th round, prize $1000-winner Piotr Niedbal amateur | SOLUTION |

Grand Finale16-th round, July 30, prize $3 000 - Piotr Niedbal-amateur |
SOLUTION |

2016-08-10

**A pause to appeal**

2016-08-09

2016-07-30

2016-07-03

12轮 - $2000 奖金

第12轮，仅有一名棋手发来准确的答案。他的解题时间：1.5小时

Krystian Jacek获奖$2000！Future Gold Player之称

注意！购买Independent警报赛的500号执照，奖金$500；1000号执照，奖金（请注意！）$ 2500！

2016-06-18

9轮 - 胜利者

**Krystian Jacek, Pawel Weichhold $1000 奖金**

做了同样的溶液作为版权, 布拉沃

我们展示的解决方案 - 见

2016-05-14

我们展示的解决方案 - 见

22位置 – 23.b4

简单吗？

Nobody solved. We show solution-see

position after 22 moves – 23.b4

Simple?

2016-05-07

2016-05-04

2016-04-30

**6轮**

2016-04-17

无人解决第2轮原创棋题。奖项积累 - 奖金$1500。

2016-03-27

我们已经有第一个棋手。

第一名是IM Grzegorz Nasuta，他已经支付了报名费。

我们邀请中国的高手及业余者来参加我们的竞赛。

Great Independent Chess Department…task1 - $1000 prize

We start at 5.00 pm CET-polish time, before…

Happy Easter

GT

2019-02-10

**Goldchess Innovation**

**Play with our Champion**- currently (February 15) 9:00 am New York time vs

**Alicja Śliwicka**, Vice World Champion of juniors in fast chess!

2019-07-09

**Genius Test - July**. Here is the solution. Pay attention to its style and quality. Goldchess involves iron logic of chess and playing identical with or very similar to tournament chess. This game, starting from the given position, could be played in any chess tournament. Mate in 26 moves, with the queen sacrificed and captured. We present also our solution No. 2, which is reverse mate in 27 moves, with the queen captured and sacrificed. Take a look.

**Comments. Position after 15 moves.**

Goldchess is an outstanding form of chess, ideal for learning how to play. You can freely undo moves and look for other possibilities, choosing the best ones. In this game, you can play several variants and quickly work out that in this position the key black piece is the knight well positioned on g4, which defends e5 and the f4-b8 diagonal. So, how can it be eliminated? In a very straightforward way,

**16.h3 Nh6** – the knight can move only in one way, after 15… Ne5, 16.Bf4 the black would lose a pawn. But how should the black queen be attacked now with tempo? This is the Genius variant, so the solution is also simple. Sacrifice the knight.

**17.N:d4 ed4**

**18.Bf4! Qa5** continued attack with tempo

**19.b4! Q:a2**

**20.b5 N:f5** Black captures the pawn in order to subsequently shield itself with the knight on d6

**21.bc6** Wb8# mate is imminent

**21…. Nd6**

**22.c5 Rde8** the computer defends e7 against white pawn marching after knight capture on d6.

And here is the brilliant point of this combination.

**23.Qb5!!! N:b5** a beautiful sacrifice of the queen. Black must capture. Mate on b8 was imminent

**24.R:b4** inevitable mate on b8 , with the rook

**24…. Qb2 **an act of despair

**26.R:b2 Rd8**

**27.Rb8#**

2018-08-01

July - won the first solution. Armenak Yeghiazaryan, Armenia

position 21, see the first move

2018-04-03

GT 二月, 三月 - 胜利者 Armenak Yeghiazaryan, Armenia

GT 一月 2018 - 胜利者 Alex Nurijanyan, Armenia

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GT 十二月 2 - 胜利者 Sargis Manukyan, Armenia

GT December 1 - nobody solved. In the test, Stockfish won in 33 moves, 9 moves too late :)

2017-11-30

GT November

The contest was annulled because one uninitiated player sent 6 solutions from fictional accounts.

2017-09-28

十月份 GT - $200

十月份的Genius Test，有双倍奖金$200，如果猜对棋题内容（第26步），并发来准确的答案。

無人解答

解决方案Goldchess

2017-08-31

**Łukasz’s Happy Day**

If somebody does not believe in life’s happy days. A chess player from Poland. Łukasz Łuba has been awarded with a distinction in the August Beauty Contests for the most beautiful game of the month and received US$ 50 and today he has won in the Non34 Tournament by solving the second problem to receive US$125 + US$50 for the ranking and for the IM Goldchess tile. But the day did not end there. In the drawing for the US$ 100 prize among 10 correct solutions of the August Genius Test the winning number was 5. Whose number was that? Łukasz Łuba’s, of course.

An awesome day and incredible lucky series of Łukasz. We wish all our players had a day like that!

2017-07-11

GT July, Tal style - $100 prize wins first

**Winner Alex Nurijanyan Armenia !**

恭喜！

**solution
GT **六月, 胜利者 Lukasz Luba

2017-03-16

2017-03-01

2017-02-22

**Genius Test February 2**

2016-11-22

在Genius Test（天才测试）中，我们帮助Carlsen（卡尔森）赢取了8局。奖金250美元。

看到的解決辦法:获奖游戏

2016-10-31

2016-10-25

2016-10-08

2016-08-01

Genius Test，8月1号，CET时间 17.00。

2016-07-25

solution of July

2016-07-23

**Genius Test 七月 - $200! - **胜利者 Piotr Niedbał UK

2016-06-14

2016-05-10

2016-05-04

天才測試可能

這是一個贏家！超級天才Goldchess！奖金$150!

Krystian Jacek PL

看到的解決辦法 /35. **车****b1!!, 35.Rb1!!/**

2016-05-02

5月天才测试

................. 辉煌地走一步 - 新棋题

5月2日 CET时间 16.00 开始

Genius Test - 今天，16：00 CET=10日下午北京時間

$150奖品 标题-Super Genius Goldchess

40步赢得 运动31.Nc6禁止

位置

2016-05-01

免費遊戲

測試3天才

第23步，牺牲两个棋子的将死** **

23.Qh7 checkmate, with a brilliant sacrifice 3 figures

没有人解决。我们展示的解决方案 - 见

位置14 – 18.车d7!

简单吗？

Nobody solved. We show solution-see

position after 14 moves

Simple?

2016-04-01

**测试2天才 **

19-0316:00 CET - polish time

Solutions in the file CEEC / extension .png / send email updates contact@goldchess.com, with -Genius test- in the subject

奖金

1. $100 - **仅****原****创****答案** **无****胜****利者**

2. $50 - Krystian Jacek

3. $25 - Paweł Weichhold

2问

31将死 后将死 - **解决方案 author solution**

2016-02-13

2018-08-01

GC July, no one has solved, see

position after 11 moves from the game GM Timur Gareyev

2018-06-02

GC June - there is no correct solution yet. but there is one interesting, Lukasz Luba Poland,

see

2018-05-04

**Great Chess Masters Games**

Gareyev - Jobava

by Hayk Yeritsyan Armenia,

position 12

2018-05-04

**Great Chess Masters Games**

Gareyev vs Jobava

by Armenak Yeghiazaryan (Goldchess solution)

position 12

2018-03-29

2017-10-01

**GC九月份**

没有20步骤将死。任何一名特级大师没发过来。有不少21步骤将死，可是本月我们特异奖励比赛之外的答案（他不是特级大师）：来自自亚美尼亚的Tigran Petrosyan（IM），18步骤将死。大家来欣赏吧！

2017-07-01

2017-06-01

GCorner June - starts on Wednesday, 啟動, 週三17.00 CET，23.00北京時間

2017-04-05

見

2013-03-16

Two players made the task of Grandmaster corner. Received Goldchess Grandmaster titles. / see-List of Winners /

Reward: $ 1000 for Grandmaster which will make mate move faster, still waiting.

2013-02-12

Nothing is impossible for the players!

Player Grosmaster in the game Grandmaster Corner gave mat in 23 move and won the title

**Goldchess Grandmaster!**

2018-12-04

We invite you to the Competition from January 1, 2020

Gteam

2017-08-28

In the months of April, May, June, July, there was no good game.

In August two distinctions. Amelia Leonova-Belarus (15 years old) and Lukasz Luba, Poland.

Congratulations

Amelia game

2017-04-01

__四月份比赛，仅能参加2017年4月份下的棋，请注明具体日期及所属的竞标赛。__

2017-02-28

January - February, not sent any games to the Beauty Contest

2018-06-30

**Report from the I Goldchess World Championships**

There were not 100 players from any country. So we gave only one task, for III place. Nobody solved it. We show the solution. Position (22) from the game Gareyev vs Ruifeng Li. This is Goldchess

GT

2018-06-15

**World Championship 2018-June 30**

After the registration fee is paid in, the system will automatically attach all the position files of the World Championship tournament’s problems to the user's account. The player will be able to download them in sequence and solve exactly at the time when they are opened. The time is provided on the tournament's website. The solution, including the original position file, shall be input by the player into the table under My Account-Save.

**Only chess players from countries with at least 100 participants play for given prizes.**

**If there will be a minimum of 100 participants from different countries, they will play for the 3rd place and the prize up to $ 1000.**

Feel invited

2020-10-07

任何人都可以在我们的比赛中获胜。只有一个问题。其实，两个。我们要打败我们的教育棋牌程序，加... .来自亚美尼亚的球员。

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**10月5日起--方程式FUN。**在FUN公式中，获得奖品的首先是年轻和经验较少的参与者。

***Daily的国际象棋比赛结果在-结果-在英文版本中**

**这很重要:** 要开始播放，请点击CEEC--如果你用白色播放，请点击File-Play White；如果你用黑色播放，请点击File-Play Black。在这种情况下，棋盘也会转过来。

2020-06-29

**Goldchess Challenge，5月23日**

**报告**

Task 2. 33.Hd8#. Nobody sent it. $0. We'll show it in Winners.

Task 3. Mate 33, to get the all black pieces (except pawns of course). Damian and Alex did this solution in first task. But here's where Paweł Jaworski first sent in and he wins. And, record, his time 48 seconds.

**Goldchess Challenge，5月16日**

**报告**

**Task 1**. Here we have 2 of our variants. Spectacular, for $50 and normal, $25.

**Task 2**, only one of our options. But maybe somebody will send another option won in 5 moves.

**Task 3.**Here we have five of our own solutions. Winning in 31 and 30, both $50, and 3 weaker solutions, $25. Which our players will discover today?

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Goldchess Challenge，5月9日

**Task 1**, first Damian and only Damian. Exactly our original solution. The winner. $25.

**Task 2**, Damian again. Task not original, but a Goldchess record! 47 seconds! There were three moves to make, he's got a computer to give up in two! Second Armenak, 100% authorial. We have to split the prize. 2x$25.

**Task 3**again, first Damian. But not that solution. He sent a mate in 25, and we had to make a win, getting the hetman. Second Armenak again, but he's got class! Move by move, it duplicated our thinking. The original solution. We're happy to award, $75. Total

**Damian $50, Armenak $25 + $75=$100.**

Goldchess Challenge，5月2日

**Task 1**, win in 20 moves. No one sent a solution.

**Task 2**, mate 22, same position. First Alice Sliwicka, time 1:28. Correct solution and she wins here. Congratulations.

**Task 3**, no change of position. No one sent a solution.

**We'll change the tactics. From the next edition of Goldchess Challenge there will be only easy tasks. We will reward the winner and the first player with a low ranking who will also send the right solution.**

We invite a wide range of chess players.

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**Poland Challenge - free, April 25th, 16:00**

**Report**

A strange thing happened in the **Poland Challenge** tournament. A lot of players were taking positions from the previous tournament by inattention. Arman, a talented player from Armenia, who sent the first 2 solutions in task 1. The correct solution, winning in 20 moves, was not sent by anyone.

Task 2, First Damian, sent a position instead of a solution. Second Alicja Śliwicka, correct solution, only... another variant and mate 3 moves faster than us! And she wins here. Congratulations. Solution 3 and 4, Arman, positions and solutions from the previous tournament. But, there is still a solution 5, Veronica, 12 years old, also mate in the 19th. We will reward the 12-year-old with an additional prize of 100 PLN. Big applause!

Task 3. one solution after the time, 10:23, sent by Arman Gevondyan , but incorrect, from a bad position from the previous tournament.

We do not understand how players could download from -My account, positions from previous tournament. We checked, the positions from the Poland Challenge are displayed correctly.

We invite you to the free Goldchess Challenge next Saturday, this time at 16:00.

The prize pool is always the same, $150.

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**Gold World Challenge April 20**

**Report**

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Goldchess Challenge April 18

Report

Goldchess Challenge April 18

Report

Tasks from the Skawiński - Łukasz Luba game. Lukasz tried to use the Goldchess style, but he confused the order of moves and lost. Here we show the winning variants. We play blacks.

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**In our tournaments, you play from a given position vs. the educational CEEC computer.**

**Gold World Challenge Tournament rules. **Registration until 11 April** - 报名 **today, on April 11-17th pay entry fee

It starts 4月20日16:00 CET。

The basic prize pool is US$ 1,000.Its amount depends on the number of participants and may be higher. If there are 500 contenders, the prize pool will amount to US$5,000. The Tournament includes three chess problems that need to be solved, and the prizes from the basic pool are as follows: US$ 250 for problem No. 1, US$ 250 for problem No. 2, and US$500 for problem No. 3.

50% of each prize goes to the winner who is the first to submit a correct solution to a problem. As it is Patricia Claros Aguilar Tournament, the other 50% of each prize is earmarked for 1-3 winners from Latin American countries who are the first representatives of their countries to send in correct solutions within the specified time limit. (The time limits for solving the problems are as follows: 9 minutes for problem No. 1, 9 minutes for problem No. 2 and 10 minutes for the problem No. 3). The first problem is the easiest one, as it requires only 7 moves. The amounts of prizes reflect the difficulty levels of particular problems.

Apart from the rules specified above, the relevant provisions of the Goldchess Rules, as well as regulations applicable to other Goldchess tournaments apply to the Gold World Challenge Tournament.

**The Gold World Challenge tournament will be held as a guest event in the National Challenge tournament. And for this tournament you have to pay an entry fee.**

Goldchess team

2020-05-09

**In our tournaments, you play from a given position vs. the educational CEEC computer.**

**Goldchess is a game of equal chances and anyone can win. Ranking and title do not matter. The winner is the player who wins the position first in the way we have specified.** Example: In the Goldchess tournament in India there were 50 participants and 3 international masters. Look who won: https://www.goldchess.com/en/other/report/24.html

2019-03-09

**Goldchess Challenge 9! *Winners**

2019-03-03

*Winners

***Free players**

***Players with paid entry fee**

2019-02-23

**Challenge 7**

2019-01-26

Goldchess Challenge 4 - February 2

2019-01-20

2019-01-20

Goldchess Crazy 18

We solve on the diagram

2018-12-23

Challenge 1

**A sensational beginning!** In our Challenge, the second game of **Carlsen - Caruana** 2018 match in the Goldchess version. A brilliant task 3, **$ 600 prize and Capablanka of Goldchess ****the title****!** Win a prize and title!

2019-05-01

2019-04-24

解決方案/Solutions/ Soluciones/ Решения

Mate31 - 1.Rd8 Qg4, 2. B:g4 R:d8, 3.Qg7#

Mate 32 - 1.Bg6 R:g6, 2.Rd8+ Qe8, 3.R:e8 Rg8, 4. Qg7#

Mate 32 bis. 1.Bg6 R:g6, 2.fg6 Q:g6, 3.Rd8+ Qg8, 4.Qg7#

Mate 33 - 1.Bg6 R:g6, 2.Qf8+ Rg8, 3.Q:g8 K:g8.4. Rd8+ Qe8, 5.R:e8#

2018-12-09

**Crazy16 - Diagram4 Test 1 - basic**

If you solve this task, you have a predisposition to play chess and you can also play at Goldchess. If not, we recommend that you change the sport, for example on badminton, where you do not have to think, just move your hand.

position

2018-10-28

Goldchess Crazy 9

29步获胜, 玩黑, victory on move 29, play black (after opening position, click -Play-Play Black)

position

2017-08-03

**Immortal tournament** - hit of the world. **open 24 hours a Day**. win high $ prize and title - stay Immortal Player! :)

Immortal 竞标赛，已风靡全球。一天24个小时。获取高奖和称号，成为不朽的棋手。

**IMMortal -** ** ***Prize pool US $7000, **you play at once**

**IMMortal** ——*奖池$7000，立即进入比赛。

Task1 - $3000 prize-nobody solved since July 3 - title Diamond Immortal Player

Task2 - $1000 prize-nobody solved since July 3 - title Gold Immortal Player

Task3.2 - $500 prize -** the first solved. there is a new task **– title Silver Immortal Player

Task4 - $500 prize - nobody solved since July 3 - title Silver Immortal Player

Task5 - $500 prize - nobody solved since July 3 - title Silver Immortal Player

Task6 - $500 prize - title Silver Immortal Player

Task7 - $500 prize - title Silver Immortal Player

Task8 - $500 prize - title Silver Immortal Player

Computer draws a problem (task). Entry fee $10

We send only one solution.

2017-06-05

**Fanfares !!!**

**$ 500 prize**and title

**Gold Immortal Player!**

2017-06-04

**IMMortal - Stress less with Goldchess**

Chess is a beautiful game, but chess tournaments mean strong emotions and… plenty of stress. Or rather they did until Goldchess was invented.

Our tournaments are stress-free. If you don’t win in your first attempt playing in accordance with the Organizer’s guidelines, don’t worry. You can try again starting from the initial position.If you don’t win within the time limit set for a given game, that’s not a problem, either. You can win next time.You haven’t won, that’s true. But you **haven’t lost, **either, and we will never let you experience a taste of defeat.We guarantee full psychological comfort.

**Goldchess, anti-stress tournaments**.

**Join us!**

2017-05-31

**Immortal- 前所未闻的 竞标赛 , 啟動6月3日**23.00 北京时间

2020-06-29

**2020 百万富翁 (Millionaire) 锦标赛！$40 000奖金！**

**Millionaire 2020 tournament! $ 40,000 prize pool!**

2019-09-10

2018-12-18

After the tournament, it turned out that task 2 was not so difficult. Łukasz Luba has sent as many as 5 solutions, including author's! See in -Winners-Millionaire- great show of the party 2, performed by Łukasz. Learn from him. He showed how to play Goldchess. Great applause!

2018-12-15

**Millionaire –Description**

The first day belongs to the chess players from Armenia. Nobody else has sent any solution. Strong players from India, Israel, Russia and the United States, Peru, Portugal, Poland, got completely lost and were left far behind. Still it is necessary to train. Coming unprepared does not guarantee a way to success.

**Problem 1**. The task were to win in 30 moves having sacrificed the queen. Nobody has provided a correct solution. A distinction goes to Alex Nurijanyan who sent in a solution that includes the sacrifice of the queen, but one move too late. Time: 11:37. Second solution is a fantastic game by the Armenia’s female champion Maria Gevorgyan, a checkmate in 38th move, forced in 8, sacrificing the queen. We will show the game at Winners, it is really worth seeing.

**Problem 2** turned out to be the most difficult of today. The task was to checkmate in the 33rd move after capturing a queen. Nobody has solved it. We would like to give a distinction for the third solution to Alex Nurijanyan, who gave the Beniowski’s checkmate in the 32nd move, after sacrificing the queen, of course.

**Problem 3**. The task was to checkmate in the 37th move after sacrificing the queen. Only one solution on time, sent in by Maria Gevorgyan. Checkmate after sacrificing the queen. She did it with a rook, we did it with a knight, but here it was done 4 moves earlier! See, one can do it. And look at the time! One minute and one second. Second solution came after the time-out, after 17 minutes. Bravo! We have a new Goldchess star amongst the Armenian players.

**Millionaire, second day**

**Problem 4**. Many solutions, but nobody has sent the required one. The second one we have received is a beautiful solution from Maria Gevorgyan, with the queen captured even one move before, and then the sacrifice, but… the same solution has been sent in by other two players, from Armenia and from Poland, that followed. Therefore we postpone the decision on the award for this game.

**Problem 5**. Only two players have sent in their solutions. The task was to checkmate in 39 moves having sacrificed the queen and having captured all the rival’s major pieces. The fourth solution shows a checkmate in the 40th move, that is one move too late. It has been sent in by Łukasz Luba from Poland and complies with the requirements. So he is the winner. If we had the minimum number of participants that we require and therefore full prize pool available, he would have received US$ 75,000 for this solution. However, because the turnout was far below one thousand, the awards will be symbolic, so to say. Everything is in the hands of the players. If the turnout is as required, that the prizes will be more satisfactory. Remember this during our next edition.

Generally speaking, the problems based on Timur Gareyev’s game were difficult for the participants of the tournament. None of them have been solved properly, although some players provided their own solutions that partially met the conditions (games 3 and 5) and we are pleased to award them. We also assigned some distinctions for the games 1, 2 and 4, so practically the participants will receive awards for all the games.

Thank you for participation and we invite you to take part in the following edition of the Millionaire tournament while, in the meantime, you may participate in our other tournaments. We would also like to remind you about the 26th of December. Immortal Goldchess game, shown as diagram 2, only for the Millionaire participants. Due to very low turnout we had to reduce the prize, but still it is worth giving a try, as it is available only for you.

GTeam

2018-08-26

**Millionaire tournament! December 15-16, a total prize pool of $500 000! **guaranteed for 20,000 participants.

For a thousand participants, the prize pool is $ 20,000. Below 1000, at the discretion of Goldchess.

**Each prize is won by the first two.**First professional (rating above 2000 Elo), and first amateur (rating up to 2000 Elo).

**Beginning and end - **Total playing time 1 hour.

**1**^{st}** round **on December 15^{th} at 4:00 p.m. CET.

Game 1 Gareyev vs Holt will start at 4:00 p.m. CET time to solve 10 minutes. Prize: $ 25,000,

Game 2 Gareyev vs Erenburg will start at 4:15 p.m. CET time to solve 10 minutes. Prize: $ 50,000,

Game 3 Gareyev vs Erenburg will start at 4:30 p.m. time to solve 10 minutes. Prize: $ 75,000,

**2**^{nd}** round **on December 16^{th} at 4:00 p.m. CET.

Game 4 Gareyev vs Smith will start at 4:00 p.m. time to solve 15 minutes. Prize: $ 100,000,

Game 5 Gareyev vs Ruifeng Li will start at 4:20 p.m. time to solve 15 minutes. Prize: $ 150,000

**Note**

*The organizer reserves the right to change the times of starting particular rounds.

*The time for starting the rounds, that is 4:00 p.m. CET, can be changed to an optimal time for the participants from the state that has the biggest number of chess players listed in the Millionaire tournament. **In this case, time zones of 4 countries are considered: Russia, USA, India and China.**

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**Goldchess Millionaire Tournament** - for the very first time!

*Chess Federations from the three countries represented by the largest numbers of players will receive bonuses in the following amounts:

1. $150 000

2. $100 000

3. $ 50 000

* Applies to a million participants.

*The first player to submit the correct solution will win the main prize.

*The next 20 players will receive consolation prizes in a total amount equal to 10% of the main prize as a maximum.

*For each game we will reward also up to 20 solutions we favor(other than the authors’ ones and solutions that do not meet the relevant criteria) .

*Players who do not submit any solution will take part in a lottery with 10 prizes of $500 each!

***The player who is the 1,000,000th contender will receive a super bonus of $ 50,000**

* Important for a million participants

Goldchess team

2018-03-31

**Notice - 通告**

Due to the lack of the required minimum of participants we are transferring the entire $ 500,000 prize pool to the second edition, which will take place from 15-16 December.

Tournament conditions unchanged, with one exception: minimum number of participants 20,000. For this number of participants, the $ 500,000 prize pool is guaranteed.

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**Millionaire tournament I Edition April 20-22**

**开始并结束**

*Millionaire锦标赛共有三轮，并于2018年4月20-22日（周五、周六、周日）进行。

**第一轮4月20日，CET 16:00。**

! - 第一輪和第二輪。 第一場比賽后，休息5分鐘

第1盘，开始时间CET 16:00，进行时间10分钟，奖金$25 000；

第2盘，开始时间CET 16:15，进行时间15分钟，奖金$50 000；

**第二轮4月21日，CET 16:00。**

第3盘，开始时间CET 16.00，进行时间15分钟，奖金$75 000；

第4盘，开始时间CET 16.20，进行时间15分钟，奖金$100 000；

**第三轮4月22日，CET 16:00。**

第5盘，决赛，开始时间CET 16:00，进行时间15分钟，奖金$150 000；

**所有五个棋题，是国际大师Kasparov五盘比赛的位置。**

**请注意**

*组织者保留改变开始时间的权利，以及改变比赛日期（大概2018年4月20、21、22日）的权利。

*比赛开始时间：CET时间16.00，可以改为最适合参与者的时间（就是参与Millionaire竞标赛人数最多的国家本地时间；其包括4个国家：俄罗斯、美国、印度和中国）。

*如果参与者人数不满1百万，Millionaire竞标赛将会分成两场比赛：主要的A竞标赛和辅助的B竞标赛。A竞标赛奖金高，并且，只有最先报名的100 000名参与者。凡是没进入A竞标赛者，都可以进入B竞标赛。报名费不变。

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2017-06-20

**Goldchess Millionaire**竞标赛 - 还没有过！

明年我们计划组织一百万名棋手参与的竞标赛。胜利者，除了奖项之外，还能获得光荣的名称及打败一百万名对手的荣誉。

*三个参与者最多的国家的国际象棋协会，将获得奖金：

1. $150 000 // 100 000

2. $100 000 // 50 000

3. $50 000 // 25 000

说明

*本竞标赛有5盘棋，奖金总额为：

竞标赛时间限制：1.5小时。

* 第一发来正确答案的棋手则赢。

下面20名棋手获得安慰奖，总价值高达总奖10％。

每个棋题，有我们选择的20个其他答案（不是原创的并不符合标准）也会的将。

* 不发来任何答案的棋手，我们将会抽出10个$500的奖项！

* 第一百万个参与者将获得汽车！

* 参与者可分3类：

1. 业余爱好者：无排名，或者排名2000Elo以下

2. 职业棋手：2001至2601Elo

3. 特级大师：2601Elo以上。

* 组织者可以根据自定标准，将每个上述类别的奖励分给3名优胜者。如果某一个类别无胜利者，奖金则有组织者安排。

如果竞标赛参与者人数未满一百万，或者超过一百万，奖金金额可能有所差别。

竞标赛的截止日期以及最终的奖金金额，在报名名单关闭之后公布（不迟于3月31日）。

**本次竞标赛开始报名时间有2017年9月22日开始。**

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**所有新注册的，有意参与Millionaire竞标赛的棋手们，烦请在报名表格中勾起本项。**

对于www.goldchess.com网站上，以特定幸运号码注册的棋手们（如：777结尾），有可观的奖励！

2019-09-14

2018-12-02

2018-12-01

**Description
Claudo Boscheti Challenge**

The tournament commenced with a false start. The download of position 1 failed. We had to send it by e-mail to the players. Alex, distinguished in Goldchess games, sent in a victory in the 31

^{st}move, one move to late and a checkmate in the 33

^{rd}move but without capturing a queen, not as required.

Solutions will be sent to the website>

Problem 1 – Łukasz Luba PL is the first, a victory in the 30

^{th}move, that’s all right, but without capturing the queen again. Next, Damian, there we go, v30 and the author’s solution! He is the winner of the task no. 1. Time: 10:16.

Problem 2 – Requirements: checkmate in the 33

^{rd}move after capturing a queen. Armenak is the first, checkmate in the 35

^{th}move. He is followed by Tigran, who captured the queen but was late by one move, checkmate in the 34

^{th}one, time: 13:49, eleven seconds before the timeout. How these players struggle! Next is Alex, way after the timeout and checkmate in the 36

^{th}move. Then comes Lukasz, with a checkmate in the 31

^{st}move, but without complying with the requirement of capturing the queen. The last one is Alex’s second solution, checkmate in 34 moves with the queen captured, one move too late, and exceeding the time limit by 16 minutes.

Problem 3. Only 2 solutions. Task: draw in the 34

^{th}move, forced in the 8

^{th}move, sacrificing the queen. Let’s see what we have? Armenak draws in the 32

^{nd}move without sacrifing the queen. Hayk is the second, timeout and not in line with the requirement: victory in the 30

^{th}move without capturing the queen.

Summary: It came out that all the tasks based on the Claudio Boschetti-Aesbach game that started from one position proved to be very difficult for the players. We got only one correct solution of the first problem – Damian is the winner!

Nobody sent in a correct solution of the second problem so there is no winner. We received only one solution of the third problem, which was incorrect, but there was a draw two moves in advance and although the condition of sacrificing the queen has not been met, we give a distinction and a prize to Armenak.

No fan of Claudio’s has taken part in the game. That’s a shame, they don’t even know what they have missed. Goldchess provides fantastic emotions and experiences.

Generally, the turnout was rather poor. Therefore we reduced the prize fund, as we had announced 2 days before the tournament.

**We will place tasks 2 and 3 in diagrams where they can be solved. The players who solve them shall receive licenses for the Millionaire tournament, US$25 for a checkmate and US$ 50 for a draw. In case there are more solutions, we will draw prizes among the 10 players that first send in the correct ones.**

We invite you to take part in the Millionaire tournament and in the Genius Test on 26 December with the US$ 1,000. The game is free.

Gteam

task1 – Damian solution

2018-11-24

**Non Mix13 tournament is finished.**

Five beautiful tasks ending in checkmates. Seventh game of the Carlsen-Caruna match in Goldchess version. Goldchess… means to find another variant. The tournament was dominated by two chess players from Armenia: Hayk Yeritsyan and Alex Nurijanyan. The total turnout included 157 players but the rest was not able to cope. Maybe because the majority played for the first time. It takes some time to learn Goldchess. It’s not like that: I am good at chess so I will just come here and win. Many of the players have experienced today that it is not the case with Goldchess. We will show all the winning solutions under <Winners-Non Stop>.

Just a few words of explanations for the newcomers. We award not-author’s solutions up to the half of the announced prize, because the author’s solutions are not prepared by strong computers, whereas all the other solutions may be a product of a stronger software and we do not give awards to chess engines at all. From that perspective, we are very careful about non-author’s solutions and we award them with smaller prizes.

Tournament description:

First game. We start from the original position of the 7^{th}Carlsen-Caruna game after 9 moves. Nobody has sent in the correct solution. Hayk had checkmate in 22 moves, one move too late. Alex won in 21^{st} move but after the time limit have expired. We will show both games at Winners.

Second game. No author’s solution. Hayk was first with a checkmate in 24^{th} move,7 seconds ahead of the time limit. Alex was the second, one move less and a better solution, but way over the time limit, it took him 14 minutes. Time out. Only US$ 40 is awarded because it could have been done better.

Third game. 27 moves required. Hayk is the first and the only one to checkmate in the 27^{th} move. Non-author’s solution again. Half of the prize is awarded: US$ 60.

Fourth game. Non- author’s solution. Alex first, Hayk second, 27 moves, two moves ahead of us. Both players have sent in an identical solution. Alex is the winner, but wins only US$40 prize.

Fifth game. The easiest one, with both Armenian players sending in the exact author’s solution. No objections here – we pay the prize in full. First is Hayk, ready in 2 minutes (what a speed!), second is Alex, done in 4:49 minutes. Because both have sent in the author’s solution, the US$75 prize will be split in the following way: US$ 50 for the winner and US$25 for Alex.

Summary: the Armenian players knocked out all the other participants, that included chess players from Switzerland, Italy, India, Poland, etc. First game will be shown in diagram on Sunday, that is tomorrow. We invite everybody to take part in theClaudio Boschetti Challenge to be held on 1^{st} December, with only three tasks and US$2,000 prize pool (to be distributed in the following way: 500-500-1000).

Gteam

2018-08-17

Non Stop B5 and 6, only 6 moves, no one has solved.

2018-06-25

Now - Non Stop

*Non Stop Tournament A, on Saturday, a prize pool of $10 000, entry fee $11, condition: 1000 participants - Play now

*Non Stop Tournament B, on Thursday, free entries, a prize pool of $250, from July 5

2018-04-03

Non44, 5 tasks, a prize pool of $10 000

**Free entries**

We also accept applications for free participation in the Non tournament, by e-mail contact@goldchess.com, with the note -free Non- in the subject of the e-mail. The tournament will take place as there will be a minimum of 1000 entries. Willing persons will receive by e-mail free- promo codes-, entitling them to play in the tournament.

GT

2017-11-09

更改公式, 見規則Non

2017-11-02

We would like to ask all the participants of the Non tournament to familiarize themselves with the amendments to the tournament rules and regulations, especially those in item 3 thereof.

**Non 43**

Today’s tournament will take only 8 minutes. First problems requires only 4 moves. So the participants will have as much as 2.5 minutes. On previous occasions the players used to send in the solutions in less than 1 minute. The prize is US$150.

Problem 2. The same game ad position, we are looking for a checkmate in 28^{th} move with the queen captured. US$ 250 to win. Not too difficult problems, both of them. How can the participants manage to solve them today? Let's have a look.

Problem 1. Ladies and Gentlemen this is the first time we have to write that: 1:0 for Goldchess. Nobody has sent a solution in 4 moves. Nobody, not one person. That's amazing. Only 4 moves have stopped all the players.

Problem 2.

Checkmate in 28 moves with the queen captured. Frist solution by Armenak, a very fast one, one minute three seconds. But it’s victory in 25 moves. Second solution by Lukasz Luba, victory in 28^{th} move and black queen is still swaggering on the chessboard. There is a third one, Armenak’s checkmate in 27 moves, one move ahead of us, but black queen has been saved. Forth one by LL, but after the timeout. 5 minutes and 8 seconds, a win in 26 moves but still without capturing the queen.

43^{rd} edition was a black Thursday for the players. Nobody has sent in a solution of the Problem 1. As for the Problem 2 none of the players has got even close to the correct solution. Shall we have an extra game on Sunday? We will keep you informed.

It was nice and sad at the same time to hear that nobody has solved the problems and everybody has failed.

The 44^{th} edition to be held next Thursday, November 9.

Feel invited,

2017-10-26

**Non42-1**

**Problem 1**

**Problem 2**

2017-10-16

**Non 41** - Thursday, change of time to 17.00 p.m. CET, 23.00 北京时间

We would like to welcome young but strong players from Armenia and Poland.

**Problem 1**

Checkmate in 30^{th} move, forced in 5 movements. We did not included it as a requirement because either we receive an author’s solution or we don’t

Let’s have a look. First solution sent in by Armenak. Victory in 27^{th} move, not what we expected. Second is Paweł Weichhold, checkmate in 30 moves, forced in 6, a nice one. The third solution is sent in by Lukasz Luba, victory in 24 moves, very fast from the provided position, then Paweł Weichhold again, other checkmate in 30^{th} move, also forced in 6. Yes, one of the Paweł’s solutions is the winning one, because others are sent in after the time-out.

**Problem 2**

Armenak is the first, victory in 31 moves, one move ahead of us, a formidable game, a genius level. Second solution sent in by Paweł Weichhold, also v31, a very nice victory, third solution also by PW, victory in 30^{th} move, even faster. Another one by Armenak, but checkmate in 34^{th} move, and time-out. Nobody sent in the author’s solution. This day belongs to two players.

Congratulations and see you next Thursday.

2017-10-12

**Non40**

**Problem 1**

**Problem 2**

**We will have an extra game on Sunday, 10.00 a.m. CET**

2017-10-05

Non39

In both problems the participants have to make 10 moves.

Problem 1. This one is easy, therefore the time limit is only 5 minutes, or to tell the truth it is as much as 5 minutes, which is a lot. US$ 150 to win. No author’s solution. First solution from IM Paweł Weichhold. Timing: 3.30 minutes. Checkmate in 28 moves, forced in 5. Two checks missing. Armenak is the second, checkmate in 27th move, forced in 2 (?). We still wait for the author’s solution. There is none. And, there is no checkmate with a bishop. So only distinction for IM Paweł Weichhold.

Problem 2. The prize amounts to US$ 250. A Petrosian’s game form the previous edition. We added two moves to the former positon. Only the author’s position may win. Is there one or not? Let’s see. 17:15 and we get a solution. Krystian Jacek, the winner of the previous edition of this problem is first again. He sent in a checkmate in 33th move – f5. But we were waiting for a victory in 34 moves. Next one is Alex Nurijanyan with a checkmate in 37 moves, forced in 6th. Both solutions are very good-looking but missing the point. The victory in 34th seems to be a difficult task. A little distinction for Krystian for his checkmate faster by one move than the victory that we were waiting for. US$ 50 goes to him.

And that’s all. See you next Thursday.

2017-09-28

增加了一个新的规则。

3. 凭免费证书的，旋转木马试用期参与，获奖者可高达$50。

**Non38**

Positions from another game of Kasparov – Petrosian

**Problem 1. **Checkmate in 36^{th} move capturing the queen or checkmate in 37^{th} move sacrificing the queen. US$ 150 prize.

Remember that the sacrifice may be accepted or not.

One solution by Armenak, with the queen captured, but after the deadline. Timing: 10:08. A symbolic prize of US$ 50.

**Problem 2, **v34. More difficult, the prize is US$250. From the position after 21 moves there are many possible victories in 34 moves. Therefore we presented the first move of the solution which eliminates all the easier variants. So there is no other way to win than by finding out the author’s solution. No solution at 17:21 yet. Still waiting. There is one! Krystian Jacek, time: 08:23, so he did it. Not the author’s solution, but a nice one.

Congratulations for both winning players.

2017-09-21

**Non37**

Today's problems are nice, fast and easy. Both use basic position from Kasparov's games.

**Problem 1**

For the fifth time in Non. We have added two more moves to the position today.

We finally get the author's solution! First to send in the author's solution is Krystian Jacek. Bravo!

**Problem 2. **Position from a game with Petrosian. Victory in 37^{th} move.

Petrosian seems difficult. 17:13 and we still don't get any solution. There is one! Armeniak, v36 so he is the winner here.

Feel invited to play with us next Thursday.

2017-09-14

**Non36**

**Problem 1**– For the fourth time in the Non tournament we want somebody to discover and send in the author’s solution. First position was after 13 moves, today we have the position after 20 moves. Let’s check out. No author’s solution. We will add more movements and present this problem for the fifth time in the next edition of the tournament. The first and the last solution was sent in by Armenak. The last one is the winning solution: a checkmate with a queen captured (we also had done it the same way during the test). This is the best one among the non-author’s solutions.

**Problem 2**– Checkmate in 39th move, after sacrificing and capturing a queen. This was a test for the brilliance of the participants. What have we got there?

2017-09-02

**Non35-Blitz (September 9th) - **All licenses and promo codes of Thursday, valid.

Super easy problems, therefore prizes only up to US$ 150.

Positions form the game played by the 15-years-old Amelia Leonova from Belarus and Łukasz Luba from Poland during this year’s Akiba Rubinstein Tournament in Polanica, Poland, sent for the Beauty Contest in August and awarded with a prize. It comes out, however, that the games could have been played in a completely different way…

Problem 1. Position from the Łukasz’s game. **Here we play the blacks (**upon opening the position in CEEC, click Play – Play Black). Blacks played in this position R:g2+ followed by Bh3+, which is brilliant but does not lead to the fastest ending.

The task is to win in the 30^{th} move. Some may happen to win in 28 moves, but we do not give credit for such a solution because it would be dual CEEC in checkmate variant.

Who has solved it already? Let’s see…

The creator of the first game takes part in today’s tournament. Łukasz Luba was the first to send in his solution. Unfortunately it's not the one we were waiting for. Nest two solutions do not meet the requirements, either. Only the fourth one is like the author's solution. Krystian Jacek is the winner. Congratulations!

Problem 2. Position from the Amelia’s game. The original game ends up after 31 moves. We at Goldchess get from this position a checkmate in 28 moves. But the task in Non35 is- to win in 26 moves.

Let’s take a look: first solution - Łukasz Luba again. Not meeting the requirements. I have to tell this: Four players sent in the same solutions. But it's not the author's solution. No winner this time. The reason is very simple. Non-author's variants provide for the victory in 25th move. Armenak sent in such a solution, but after the deadline. So he gets only a distinction for this problem with a symbolic prize. We show the author's solution and invite you to the 36th edition of the Tournament next Thursday.

2017-08-31

**Non34**

Problem 1 – It was in Non29 before, now we try it the second time. We have shown the 30th move. We got only two solutions, both not identical with the author’s solution. Only the first one meets the 40 moves requirement. The winner is Armenak Yeghiazaryan, with the time of 2.55.

Problem 2 – For the fourth time in Non :). Players keep finding other solutions, faster than the author’s one. We have added one move. Who is going to match the author’s solution now? We review the solutions that have been sent in. No author’s solution among them. First and the best is a sprinter solution by Łukasz Łuba, checkmate in 27 moves, time 2:48. Distinctions earned by Armenak with m29 and GM Gianni with m30.

Congratulations for the winners and of course they get their Golchess ranking points.

2017-08-24

**Non33**

2017-08-17

**Non32, 17-08**

task 1 – Winner Alex Nurijanyan, Armenia

task 2 – winners Krystian Jacek PL, Armenak Yeghiazaryan Armenia

we invite for next week

2017-08-10

**Non31 - Armenak day**

2017-08-03

**Non30**

Today is a day for Great Chess. Both problems use positions from Kasparov’s games, namely games number 61 and number 223 from the Kasparov’s games collection.

Problem 1 – Checkmate with a pawn. Sorry the position for Problem 1 was given incorrectly. **We will repeat this problem during playoff on Sunday 10:00 CET. The licenses you bought to play in the tournament will remain valid.**

Problem 2 – Checkmate possible in 29^{th} move. The prize will be US$ 50, as the task is simple and easy. For the checkmate in 34^{th} move, forced checkmate in 7 moves, or a beautiful game we have the prize of US$ 300 because it is worth discovering a game that reflects both styles: the Kasparov’s concert style and the Korchnoi’s glutton style. In the shown position Kasparov moved 21.Sg5, probably instinctively and without a well-designed plan… and he lost. So at Goldchess, if you want to win you have to play in a different way.

Let’s see the solutions. Only one so far. Checkmate in 32, that’s not what we meant. Another one, checkmate in 35, forced in 6, not what was required. The rest of players – time out: the third one: checkmate in 33 and forth solution: checkmate in 30. A modest distinction for the solution number 2, checkmate in 35, forced in 6 authored by Alex Nurijanyan. Nobody has discovered the Korchnoi’s style.

Feel invited on Sunday to solve the Problem no. 1.

2017-07-28

**Non 29** – the Kasparov show

In the Non Stop Tournament, we continued solving problems starting from positions from Kasparov’s games.

Problem 1: Kasparov vs. Anikaev. A checkmate in 40 moves.

Today we continued after a break. Probably the time was unsuitable, as there were very few participants, and nobody sent in a correct solution. And the brilliant players were missing. :)

Dear Players. Problem 2 was a beautiful game. We could admire CEEC, as our little educational computer managed to play exactly in Korchnoi’s style. But Kasparov played in… Kasparov’s style. And the result was 1:0. :)

Here, however, no solutions were submitted at all. The players did not manage to handle Korchnoi’s style. :)

Join us on Thursday. We will be back with the Tournament starting at 5:00 p.m. CET.

2017-07-13

**Non28 – **

A Kasparov show, as announced. Position from world master's game. Just keep the style and win. We start from the same position in both problems.

Problem 1 - it is easy to win while keeping the queens, therefore our Problem provides for the exchange of queens. 10 solutions but none of them complying with the requirement. Everybody preferred to keep their queens. So we distinguish the nicest solution, by GM Gianni.

Problem 2. Checkmate with a pawn, Goldchess classic. Here the response is a modest one. Only two solutions received. We distinguisch the faster one. Checkmate 33. Armenian Yeghiazaryan

**Poland – Armenia 1:1 :)**

The next Non 29 tournament on 27 or 29 of July. Holidays. :)

See you when we come back**.**

2017-07-08

2017-07-06

2017-06-29

**Non26. Description**

Problem 1. Only five moves to luck!

There is a lucky guy! Paweł Weichhold. Not author's solution, but a nice one. Second one, GM Gianni, only two seconds behind!

The same solution, only one-last move is different. Therefore Paweł is the winner, GM gets a distinction and a consolation prize of US$ 50. Congratulations!

Problem 2: We play until we get a proper solution. Today we continue with the problem that has not been solved during previous editions. Position after 16 moves and then after 22 moves.

Now we add 4 more moves and the players have the position after 26 moves. Piece of cake. And by the way, why all the players insisted on playing 25.Nd4 and not 25.f5 and 26Nf4 as in the position that is currently presented? Not even one player from the brilliant participants of Non25 has not discovered this variant? Very obvious, in our opinion. All right, let’s look for a correct solution.

Alex Nurijanyan is the first. 4 minutes 27 seconds. An interesting solution but not meeting the requirements. You were to win and sacrifice a queen. Who else will send in his or her solution? Nobody? Then Alex gets a distinction and a consolation prize of US$ 50.

Congratulations and let’s meet on Thursday. New tasks, news challenges.

2017-06-22

**Non25-description**

Today all the players have failed to meet the challenge.

Nobody has sent in a correct solution for Problem no. 1, from the position after 16 moves. Nobody has managed to solve the Problem no. 2 after 22 moves, either. For Problem no. 2 five chess players have sent the same solution, but no solution has complied with the set requirements. Therefore nobody has won the prize. There is one exception, though. Sargis Manukyan gets a distinction for his solution of the Problem no. 1.

We invite you to participate in the tournament next week.

2017-06-15

**Surprise in Non25**:

In this edition we teach and show how to play in Goldchess. The task is to checkmate in 35th move after winning and sacrificing the queen. The positions comes from a game played by Indian chess players Shete vs. Bajerani during the World Junior Chess Championship in 2014. Original position after 10 moves. In Goldchess problem no. 1 we show the position after 16 moves. We have shown 6 moves leading to the solution, to make it easier. US$ 250 prize to win.

If nobody solves the problem properly, there will be an opportunity to continue the same as Problem no. 2. We have added 6 more moves so the position will be after 22 moves. Here you can almost see the solution. The prize comes down to US$ 150.

If any of the participants solves the Problem no. 1, the prize for solving Problem no. 2 shall be decreased to a symbolic amount of US$ 50, available of course to any participant except the winner of the Problem no. 1

Feel invited.

**Non24**- description

2017-06-08

**Non23 description:**

Welcome!

Problem no. 1 - First and correct solution, checkmate with a knight. Time: 2.41. GM Gianni, full prize.

Problem no. 2 - No author's solution. Only the sixth solution complied with requisites: checkmate in 30th move winning a queen. Krysitan Jacek is the winner. Checkmate in 29 moves sent in by two players deserve distinction: GM Jasto and Łukasz Luba.

That's all, folks. See you next Thursday.

Gteam

2017-06-04

**Non22-play off**

Play-off always takes 3 days, from Sunday till Wednesday. We invite

2017-06-01

**Non22**

This was the easiest way to win US$ 500 in the whole history of Non tournament. The US$ 500 prize for the solution of two problems combined: victory in 25^{th} move and checkmate in 25^{th}move, both with sacrificing a rook and winning a queen. Nobody has sent in 2 solutions, nobody has sent even one correct solution. Therefore we announce a play-off on Sunday at 10.00 a.m. CET. The award will be only US$ 150 for both solutions together. Why only US$ 150? Because now the participants have 3 days for solving. The first one to send in both solutions shall be the winner.

Gteam

2017-05-25

**Non21 Report**

Today we continue with the unsolved problem from the previous edition. This time we have extended it into 2 problems: First: from the same position victory in 25 moves; Second: checkmate in 25 moves. Both problems have the same condition: you have to sacrifice a rook and win a queen.

One task – US$ 150 prize. But…Attention! For the solution of both problems sent in by a one player the prize will increase up to US$ 400!

The problems are witty and ingenious, and they differ by the first move.

Let’s have a look what has been sent.

No one sent two solutions. Nobody did the author's solution. Nobody sacrificed the rook.

Winners- GM Jasto-victory, Lukasz Luba-mate.

Congratulations, we invite on next Thursday

2017-05-20

"Ranks and titles lose their power at Goldchess. All are equal and have equal chances"

**Stress less with Goldchess**

Chess is a beautiful game, but chess tournaments mean strong emotions and… plenty of stress. Or rather they did until Goldchess was invented.

Our tournaments are stress-free. If you don’t win in your first attempt playing in accordance with the Organizer’s guidelines, don’t worry. You can try again starting from the initial position.If you don’t win within the time limit set for a given game, that’s not a problem, either. You can win next time.You haven’t won, that’s true. But you **haven’t lost, **either, and we will never let you experience a taste of defeat.We guarantee full psychological comfort.

**Goldchess, anti-stress tournaments**.

**Join us!**

2017-05-18

**Non 20**

**Problem no. 1**

**Problem no.2**

**Feel invited to Non21 tournament next week.**

2017-05-11

**Non19**

Rapid tournament. 2 problems to be solved starting from the same position. Time for solving: 4 minuts and 5 minutes respectively. First: victory in 23rd move. Remember that CEEC, our chessplaying computer has to display: resign.

Second: victory in 25th move, taking a queen.

Problem 1: We have the first solution. Polish Grandmaster Gianni. It's not like author's solution but accomplished in 23 moves. Time: 2.25!

Second solution - more than 9 minutes. Timeout.

For Problem 2 we have three solutions. First V23 with the queen taken. GM Gianni. The sceond one - checkmate in 24th move - that's missing the point. Another one also checkmate in 24th move. There is nothing more.

Mayby it was too fast? We will give more time for solutions during the next Edition.

Feel invited to participate in Non20. May 18, 17:00 hrs CET.

2017-05-06

2017-04-27

**Non17 Relation**

2017-04-24

**Non 16 Play Off**

2017-04-20

**Non 16 Report**

2017-04-13

**Non 15 Report**

Task 1.

First solution by Lukasz Luba, m20. Unfortunately, the topic unfulfilled, instruction was to find v17, morever, from this position on there is m18! Second solution in order by GM Gianni, time 2.33, exactly author's solution, and it wins! congrats to the Polish GM! No more search.

Task 4.Here involving a queen sac, Tal's trick, did someone make it to solve? If not, play off is waiting.

Let's check. So far I only see 2 solutions. First time, Armenak 2.15., m22, but without queen sac. Second, 4.11, Lukasz Luba, m27, but also without queen sac. Let's keep waiting. Here the time for solution is 8 minutes. Twice as long as in the first one. We remind, that the task's instruction was, m25, with a queen sac. Without sac we have in Goldchess in this task m21. Two extra solutions came in, after time, 8.44, Pawel Weichold, let's see. Unfortunately, the same solution as Lukasz Luba, time 13.20, unfortunately v21.

THERE WILL BE PLAY-OFF, Sunday 10.00 CET.

Feel invited!

Goldchess Team

2017-04-09

Non14-1, 加时赛

1. Lukasz Luba

2. Sargis Manukyan

見 -Winners

2017-04-06

**Non Stop14-Fun**

2017-04-05

2017-04-01

**Non Stop 13 – Report – There will be Play off!!**

2017-03-26

**Non Stop 12 – Report**

**Attention**

**Solutions of problems that were downloaded after the time of the given round has passed will not be considered!**

**Summary**

2017-03-18

2017-03-13

2017-03-11

**Non Stop 10 – Report**

2017-03-11

2017-03-11

Bonus - free license - promo code for Non10 tournament received Alex Nurijanyan (as a player which did nothing)

2017-03-04

**Non Stop – Edition 9 – Report**

2017-03-03

**Dear Players**

In non8-4, play off, your task was to checkmate in the 27^{th} move, with an exchange of 2 rooks for a bishop. You submitted your own variants, with a checkmate in the 25^{th} move. One solution was a checkmate in the 24^{th} move.

Nevertheless, none of them was awarded a prize, as the Goldchess author tested the solutions and shortened one of them to a checkmate in the 23^{rd} move.

Therefore, it is the only non-author’s solution that would qualify for a prize.

The author’s solution and a test-checkmate in the 23^{rd} move are presented in Winners-Non8-4.

author's solution

2017-02-25

**Non Stop 8 – Report**

Introduction

The Indian week. Here we had a dilemma. To keep the level of problems at its current level, or lower it to that of 5-year olds? We have naturally concluded, that India is a country with deep chess tradition with tremendous intellectual potential, and that Goldchess problems are definitely within the reach of chessplayers whose range goes from 1500 FIDE, even including some talented complete amateurs. Hence, there is no need to make a special, easier, edition.

Besides, the problems are composed based on the games of GM Vidit and GM Grover and the level of difficulty comes directly from the particulars of the positions. Of course, Tasks 4 and 5, $750 each, are more difficult according to our estimates, but with this sort of prize, they need to be so. Whether they actually were more difficult or not, however, will be decided by the players.

We only changed the awarding method.

1. We increased the prizes by raising, for this particular week, the prizes for non-author's solutions above the usual half-prize level.

2. In Non 8, 2-3 players will be rewarded. And so, if an amateur Indian player submits a solution first, and if a professional Indian player submits a solution as second in order, they both get the prizes, 1st and 2nd respectively. If, however, a non-Indian player submits the solution first, and then both an Indian amateur and Indian professional submit their solutions, a total of 3 prizes will be awarded.

**Let's start the report!**

Problem 1 - v39 was the requirement; Krystian Jacek clinches the task, v34 submitted and as first to that.

Problem 2 - no author's solution. Two solutions, m39, but only one fulfills the Qb5 conditios. GM Jasto takes it all. The most beautiful solution to the 8th edition. II prize-distinction, Sammed Shete, India.

Problem 3 - requirement, m25. One non-author's solution, GM Zaven Andriasian from Armenia, but after the time limit. In this special situation, the famous Armenian GM does get a prize of $100 though.

Problem 4 - here the players totally mishandles the problem, nobody submitted any solutions. The requirement was m27 with the extra conditions that two rooks be sacrificed for a bishop. The best, m29, did not satisfy the extra condition. No prize.

Problem 5 - better situations here, required m42, two m41 solutions submitted. Three consolation distinction prizes for Maria Gevorgyan, Sargis Manukyan i Łukasz Luba.

Ladies and Gentlemen, sadness struck us. We organized an Indian week, we granted 50 licenses to the Indian players via our Patron Vidit, and… only one a correct solution, by Sammed Shete. Goldchess so far away... And so far away from Goldchess...

The heroes of the Indian week were... Polish players. Their solutions, games 2 - GM Jasto and 5 - Luke Luba, are the pearls of chess, and pearls of Goldchess.

congratulations

2017-02-22

2017-02-18

Non Stop 7，2月18日

前言

今天 第7场的2个精彩。Ananda 和 Vidit Gujrathi。原来，两场都是平局结束。在Goldchess，我们为它们找到了白色获胜的演变。这就是给棋手们的人物。Vidita这一场，在第4题，也就是Tal寥落；Anand的这一场在Great Masters room。世界冠军的对手，是波兰棋神Jacek Stopa。第4题，得要以Tal的风格胜利，才能获得$750的奖金和荣幸的Goldchess Tal称号。

第5题，Botwinnik的纵横捭阖。奖金：$750。

2017-02-11

**Non Stop 6 - report**

In the Play-off of Non Stop 5 Tournament, Lukasz Luba of Poland sent author's solution on Thursday. This resulted in the players' scoring a total of $1350 in the 5th problem of Non Stop 5!

Let's start the report!

2017-02-09

Non Stop 竞标赛许可证、所有游戏Non Limit许可证以及单项许可证，可提前购买，但不迟于比赛开始前一个小时。

Licenses for the tournament Non Stop, No Limit - for all the games, and single, can be purchased in advance, at least one hour before the start of the tournament.

2017-02-04

2017-01-30

**A short account of Non Stop 4 Tournament**

We are impressed.Beautiful solutions, new, efficient, creative and brilliant players, GM Sahaj Grover from India and Levon Hambardzumyan from Armenia. Yet, the tournament was won by the old players.The new ones could not understand the meaning of *victory*.It is explained in multiple locations on our website, so it was not our fault.But let me provide some additional explanation.A *victory *is a win where the computer surrenders and displays a *–resign-* message after the last move of the white.**A winning position is not enough.**

Let me also remind you that as a maximum a half of the prize is awarded for solutions other than the author’s one.

Now, let’s discuss the fourth in this year edition of the Non Stop 4 Tournament.

Problem 1 - only four moves to make. No correct solution was provided.

Problem 2.

In the previous edition of the Tournament there were 3 problems to solve: capture the queen in the 20^{th} move and, starting from that position, achieve a *victory *in the 29^{th} move and a mate in the 33^{th} move.Nobody managed to find out how to capture the queen in the 20^{th} move, so today we’ve shown the solution and continued with the v29 and m33 problems.

v29 – Problem 2.

Sahaj was the first to submit a solution. Unfortunately, it was an incorrect one, a certain position with no *–resign-* message displayed.

Manukyan from Armenia submitted a solution as the second player. Nevertheless, it was an irrelevant one - a mate in the 29^{th} move.But it was a good solution to Problem 3.

Only the third solution was correct. It was submitted by a brilliant player from Poland, Krystian Jacek, who is the winner.

Problem 3. A difficult choice amongst many nice solutions.However, only 2 of them fulfilled the prerequisite of capturing the queen in the 20^{th} move.And it was so simple.Just 2 moves… The undisputable winner would be Łukasz Luba, as he had the best, unbelievable time of one minute and six seconds. But he captured the queen in the 21^{st} move, so no prize could be awarded.The authors of the 2 solutions in which the queen was captured as required are the winners.

1. Krystian Jacek – the most beautiful game, a forcing mate in 8 moves.

2. GM Gianni – a mate with a knight in 32 moves.

An honorable mention went to Sargis Manukyan, who was the fifth player to submit a solution. His solution was the quickest one, with a mate in the 28^{th} move, but he captured the queen only in the 26^{th} move.

Problem 4-v27, a position from the Wojtaszek-Caruana game. Nobody managed to solve it.We received two incorrect solutions. But we would like to mention Levon Hambardzumyan, whose solution included a mate in the 29^{th} move, last 5 moves are forced. A nice solution.

And the hit of the Non Stop Tournament - Problem No. 5.With a prize of $1,000 for a solution identical with the author’s one.Nobody submitted such a solution, but we chose two solutions and awarded prizes for their beauty. You must see them! Medal Winners-Non4-5.

As an exception, we would like to show also an unsolved author’s problem, as the two rewarded solutions impressedus very much and we would like to show that we can play chess, too.J

It’s amazing that nobody managed to solve Problem 1, which required only 4 moves.So, we leave the Problem available for solving. The person who is the first to submit a correct solution will be awarded the full price.New players can try to solve Problem 1 as well. Entry fee: $2.

Feel invited to play

Non4-4 Levon Hambardzumyan

2017-01-27

In tournament Non Stop 4 play on Saturday the games of the great masters, the position of the game Wojtaszek - Caruana 2015, task 4, prize of $ 400, and Capablanca - Bernstein 1911, task 5, prize of $ 1000.

welcome

2017-01-21

**Non Stop3竞标赛报告**

大体较差。也许是因为印度、美国、俄罗斯的棋手都没参与吧？

棋题1：（奖金$300）和2、3（2×$150）是相连的。第一棋题，要到第20步赢得王后。这一解决方案也是第2、3棋题解决的关键概念，因为接着要到第29步夺冠，并到第33步将死，而起始位置就是第1棋题获取的位置。

然而，没有人解决第1原创棋题，因此第2、3棋题的“延续”也没有。

顺便说一句，我们发现了，各位棋手做出的解决方案简直是“随机解决方案”。

第1棋题：Levon Hambardzumyan毫无疑问夺冠。这一位来自亚美尼亚的19岁青年，最快（第18步）他赢得了王后。

第2棋题：冠军是Jasto特级大师，赢得了王后之后，到第20步就夺冠。

第3棋题：没有胜利者。这里我们可以看出来非原创棋题的缺点。棋手们发来第28、27、26等步骤的将死。但经过我们Goldchess的调整，我们发现了其中一个答案有第23步将死，我们决定那些都不合格。这是根据GoldChess一般规则。

第4棋题：很难的一道题，尚未得到解决，没人发来解决方案。

第5棋题：仅有一个非原创解决方案。正确的。但是，因为不是原创解决方案，并经过原创解决档案比较的质量，最终奖励仅$150。

但并非总是如此，不能说，非原创解决方案不如原创的。古国确实更好的，我们也会承认并给予奖励。甚至双奖励都有，如Gold 0第3棋题，我们给予Goldchess超级天才的称号，并自愿給予双奖。你们自己看看Hayka Yeritsyana的这个解决方案，马上就会明白在Goldchess什么是最重要并价值最高的。

总之，Non 3的奖金总额$2,100的奖池，这一届各位棋手仅赢得$375。你们都得承认，这并不是个好结果。但是我们必须乐观地展望未来。将来会更好。我们也祝你们如此。真的，因为Goldchess就是创造国际象棋之美的游戏。我们希望大家一起去努力创造这个美，也希望大家获奖。

Goldchess team

2017-01-07

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2016-12-31

2016-12-25

**這是今天 -**already you can make tournament fee into all the games - to panel of purchase the game 5 enter other game 1,2,3,4

**圣诞节日 Non Stop比赛**

2016-12-17

Non Stop10 - 偉大的球員慘敗, 看到-Winners-Non Stop

2016-11-19

2016-10-14

**Non Stop top**

啟動15-10-2016小時。17.00 CET

Non Stop top 3, 4, 5 - 解题必须是原创

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**Non Stop比赛第一周汇总**

**Paweł Weichhold, Grosmaster**。他们给出了所有的解决方案。

**Non Stop 1**

**Non Stop 2**

**Non Stop 3**

**Non Stop 4**

**Non Stop 5**

Grosmaster, Non Stop 3

2016-12-28

**World Goldchess League 2019**

***的$45,000獎金**

**计划开始时间 - ?**

No information yet.

2012-10-09

Nobody solved tasks 3, 4 and 5. Therefore, Gold5 is temporarily closed; instead we have prepared Gold0 where there is no license fee and the tasks are easier.

2012-09-01

The first task in Gold5 was cancelled due to technical problems.

The second one made gelu1001 the first Goldchess winner in Gold5; he also won the Chess Elite Game on the Chess Festival in Rewal in 2011.

The ceremony of awarding the $ 500 prize by the Grandmaster will be shown in a video.

Piotr has won the game one move earlier than the author.

Author's variant: mate in the 27th move and gelu1001's solution: mate in the 26th move, as well as the starting position, are enclosed.

2014-02-01

In the III Edition nobody won the main prize of $ 10 000.

In preparing IV Edition Gold13.

2013-10-25

**Gold13 III Edition** - from 31-08-2013 to 01-02-2014

$1000 - $3000 - $10 000 wait for the winner!

Player license - $50

You think you're strong in chess?

Win a move ealier than Goldchess 3 of 13 chess games and win $ 10 000!

2013-02-05

**II Edition Gold13**

$ 10 000 prize captured! Grosmaster&s time!

Player Grosmaster made a total of 2 parts, 5 and 6, / listed / and won above prize and the title Silver Brain Titan!

Congratulations!

2013-02-02

**II Edition Gold13**

13 games. Win a movement faster than the author.

Winning a game of chess-for one-$ 1000 for two - $ 10 000, for three - $ 100 000!

2012-11-17

11th task has been resolved a second time. Player Pepe 11N did it one move faster than the the author.

He won $1000 and the title of Bronze Brain Titan. Task has been replaced. Here's the player's solution .

2012-10-02

**Sensation in Gold13!**

$ 10 000 in Goldchess!

gelu1001 is the player who solved two tasks, the 8th and 11th, one move earlier than the author did, and sent both the solutions in one mail. Thus, he complied with the provisions of Gold13 Terms and Conditions and won $ 10 000!!!

Congratulations!

All in all, 6 games have been solved in Gold13. 2 of the above together and 4 one by one. The players have won $ 14 000! It is a huge success.

**The tasks were exchanged for new ones; there still is a full set of 13 games, and the main prize of $ 100 000 for solving 3 tasks and sending their solutions together is still waiting for the winner.**

Ps. Statistics. Definitely the tasks of even number resist, and... no. 13, since 2, 4, 6, 10, 12, 9 and 13 have remained from among the previous tasks. Will the new exchanged tasks of odd number (1, 3, 5, 7, 11) and even 8 be an equally easy prey for other players? Immediate future will tell.

In attachment-Files there are games 8 and 11. Position, author’s game, player’s solution.

2012-09-26

And again, our player gelu1001 won the task one move faster than author and won the prize.

Author's variant, gelu1001's solution, as well as the starting position, are enclosed.

2012-09-24

We have another win in our Gold13 game! Our player gelu1001 won the task 1 one move faster than author in the brilliant style.

Author's variant, gelu1001's solution, as well as the starting position, are enclosed.

2012-09-18

We have first win in our Gold13 game! Player of International Chess Festival Rewal - gelu1001, have resolved Task 5, one move faster than author and won 1000$. This task was replaced and still 13 tasks waiting to be resolved one move faster than author.

Author's variant: mate in the 22th move and gelu1001's solution: mate in the 21st move, as well as the starting position, are enclosed.

No information yet.

2012-09-18

Currently, the players can play Genius1 test game. Play like Capablanca and become fond of CEEC determination of defense!

This game can normally be won in 49th move. Yet, you will be given the title of Goldchess Genius only for the second solution. Find the continuation with a brilliant Capablanca-style move and force CEEC to surrender in the 55th move-mate.

Title - Silver Genius

2014-05-03

**The game is over
Through 40 weeks nobody did our task
Prize - $500 - nobody won**

2014-04-26

Last week the game

Best3 currently on – 39** weeks** nobody solved task

**Prize $500!**

2014-01-04

**Anand - Carlsen match replay.**

In this year on the website Goldchess.com in The Best game, we’ll Anand - Carlsen match-replay. With us - all chess games are won! Without draw. And all Carlsen wins! Except for one.

For solace, for the former world champion, we show that a chess game IX is very easy to win with our computer of / CEEC is not Carlsen :) / both, after 28.Bf1 and 28.Nf1.

See for yourself.

2013-07-13

Best1 No one has done the task.

Best2-This week the same 2 tasks.

Prize $100

Winner Grosmaster

2013-07-06

Round XIV

Nobody expected that!

Carlsen - Svidler: 0-1. Carlsen loses the second game playing white! Incredible. Until recently, among Grandmasters there was a recipe for winning tournaments: win as white and draw as black. Here the world turned upside-down.

But…Ivanchuk - Kramnik: 1-0

Carlsen is first. We have the pretender.

Let's show Carlsen how easily his 14th game could have been won.

Mate in 26

As white Carlsen earned 3.5 point, as black he earned as many as 5!

What will Anand's strategy be? Win as black, draw as white.

However, with Carlsen it won't be so easy...

Winner - Grosmaster

2013-06-29

**Round XIII**

Phew! Radjabow - Carlsen: 0-1

Kramnik draws with Gelfand. Equally. Speculations are running rampant. Who's going to be the pretender???

A strong and brilliantly played game by Carlsen. It's hard to win it, even with CEEC. But try.

Victory in 43 and mate 41

Winner - Gelu, Poland

2013-06-22

Part 4 - Round 12

Sadness. Carlsen - Ivanchuk: 0-1

You need to fix it. :)

In Goldchess: mate in 36.

Goldchess supports Carlsen, but here we have 2 rounds until the end, and... Kramnik is first with a half-point advantage. What's going to happen?

Winner Grosmaster title - Brain Titan the game - The Best

2013-06-15

Game of Round XI

Grischuk - Carlsen: draw in 24.

Fun-Goldchess

You need to find a weak point. Here from the position found by Goldchess CEEC lets you beat it like a child.

2013-06-08

Game of Round X

Carlsen-Gelfand 1-0, in the original - victory in 48 move

Amazing party. In Goldchess, checkmate at 22

2013-06-01

Now game of Round IX - difficult

$200 + Title – Iron Man of Goldchess

Kramnik-Carlsen – draw

In Goldchess - Kramnik's victory in the 28! And mat in 31, forceful in 5

Winner – Grosmaster-featured game

2013-05-25

Round VIII - resolved

Winner Grosmaster - see

2013-05-22

14 rounds Carlsen! Each at $200! Part III

**Currently**, from 25-05-2013 - four games of Rounds VIII, IX, X, XI

4 x $200 ! - Player license - $20

**Original game of Round VII**I

2013-05-21

VII Round - Task 7

Task copyright is not resolved, but Grosmaster sent an ingenious solution and won.

see

2013-05-11

ROUND VI-Gelu is the winner.

He sent his solution 2 minutes before Grosmaster which was solved one move faster than the author’s one.

2013-05-05

**11-05-2013 VI round**

This is going to be hard to win white. But, nothing is impossible.

Mate in 30!

Prize $200

**Original game** - Swidler-Carlsen 0-1

2013-05-04

**NO ONE WOULD MAKE THE TASK of I and IV ROUND!**

**Round V**

Ivanchuk-Carlsen, draw.

Turn Silver into Gold.

Victory in the 29 + clear all figures black and give a mate in 40.

Prize $200 /$100+$100/

The original game of Round V

2013-05-04

Winner - Grosmaster. Here are his solutions. v29

2013-05-04

mate 40

2013-04-27

**Round IV**

This task was at Gold0 as forceful mat at 6, in 32-nd move.

Here more difficult. J

Carlsen won with Grischuk in 37 motion.

Be faster.

The task - to get all the black figures and give mate in 28 move.

Prize $200

The original game of Round IV

2013-04-20

On Saturday 20-04-2013 - Third Round.

Carlsen, playing black beat former challenger Gelfand.

Change defeat to victory.

2 tasks.

Mate in 34 or less, plus a mat forceful in a six moves, in a 37 movement.

Reward: $ 200

original game of III Round

2013-04-20

*The Best - 14 rounds Carlsen!

Currently, four games Round I, II, III

Awards - 3x$200. License player - $ 20

All games play white

Sensation in the Third Round!

Player Grosmaster made mate forceful at 6, six moves faster than the author!

Title - Silver Brain Titan The Best

Let's see how he played, from the position after 19 moves

2013-04-13

2013-04-14

The second round and $ 200 won Gelu. We show the original solution goldchess.

2013-04-13

Nobody did the task of the Round I

Round II

Carlsen-Kramnik, a draw at 30

But, your opponent is not Kramnik, only CEEC.

2 tasks. In 9 Goldchess changed chess move.

Task 1-Victory in the 21 - item 1, after 8 moves.

Task 2-mat in 26 moves, position 2, after 18 moves / Goldchess here to facilitate shows 10 of his chess moves /

Prize $200

original game of II Round

2013-04-06

Round I

Aronian-Carlsen-draw.

Carlsen playing black builds an impregnable position. But can it win?

Of course. In a world of fun-Goldchess, anything is possible.

Play and win.

Prize $200 **Mate forceful at 5, in 32 move**

original game of I Round

2013-04-05

**The Best - 14 rounds Carlsen - Part II**

Currently, from 27-04-2013 - four games of Rounds IV, V, VI, VII.

Awards - 4x $ 200 License player - $ 20

All games play white

2013-04-20

Game 1/11th

2013-02-16

Game 1/10th

2013-02-09

Game 1/9th

Currently playing a $ 50 prize, plus a title - Young Talented.

2013-02-02

Game 8 th

The same, eighth week. No one has done the job.

Currently playing a $ 50 prize, plus a title - Young Talented.

2013-01-26

Game 7th

The same, seventh week. No one has done the job.

Currently playing a $ 50 prize, plus a title - Young Talented.

2013-01-19

Game 6 th

The same, sixth week. No one has done the job.

Currently playing a $ 50 prize, plus a title - Young Talented.

2013-01-12

Game 5th

The same, fifth week. No one has done the job.

Currently playing a $ 50 prize, plus a title - Young Talented.

2013-01-05

Game 4th

The same, fourth week. No one has done the job.

Currently playing a $ 50 prize, plus a title - Young Talented.

2012-12-29

Game 3rd

The same, third week. No one has done the job.

Currently playing a $ 50 prize, plus a title - Young Talented.

2012-12-22

Game 2

No one has done the job.

Currently playing a $ 50 prize, plus a title - Young Talented.

2012-12-15

Currently playing a $ 30 prize, plus a title - Young Talented.