This unique competition is mainly conducted at school’s own premises. The idea is find the key moves which deliver mate in the stated number of moves. There are two preliminary rounds, and any team that scores full marks in both rounds will be offered a place at the final, to be held in conjunction with the Team Chess Challenge, where the winning team members will be invited to the next British Problem Solving Championship. We do hope that you will have a go!
This is a competition aimed at teams representing a school, as such the entries should be sent to Phill Beckett via an official school email address. The deadline for entries is 1st November 2019, and the results will be published on the ECF website
Leader Board (maximum score 30)
Colyton Grammar School – 30
Judd School – 30
St. Pauls – 30
Sevenoaks – 30
Wilsons School – 30