List of grandmasters of the FIDE for chess compositions

List of grandmasters of the FIDE for chess compositions

Grandmasters of the FIDE for chess compositions

FIDE awards Grandmaster titles to composers and solvers of chess problems since 1972.

"Year, name, country, († deceased)"
*1972 Genrich Kasparjan (†), Armenia
*1972 Lev Loshinskij (†), USSR
*1972 Comins Mansfield (†), Great Britain
*1972 Eeltje Visserman (†), Netherlands
*1976 Vladimir A. Bron (†), USSR
*1976 Dr Jindrich Fritz (†), CSFR
*1976 Vladimir Korolkov (†), USSR
*1976 Vladimir Pachman (†), CSFR
*1976 Dr György Paros (†), Hungary
*1976 Nenad Petrović (†), Croatia
*1980 György Bakcsi, Hungary
*1980 Hrvoje Bartolović (†), Croatia
*1980 Bo Lindgren, Sweden
*1980 Dr Gia Nadareishvili (†), USSR
*1980 Valentin Rudenko, Ukraine
*1984 Claude Goumondy, France
*1984 Iosif Krikheli (†), USSR
*1984 Petko Petkov, Bulgaria
*1984 Dr Hans Peter Rehm, Germany
*1984 Touw Hian Bwee, Indonesia
*1988 Drs Cor Goldschmeding (†), Netherlands
*1988 Alexandr Grin-Guljajev (†), Russian Federation
*1988 Ernest Pogosjanc (†), USSR
*1988 Jakov Vladimirov, Russian Federation
*1988 Dr Milan Vukčević (†), USA
*1989 Herbert Ahues, Germany
*1989 Viktor Chepizhnij, Russian Federation
*1989 Emilian Dobrescu, Romania
*1990 David Gurgenidse, Georgia
*1990 Jacobus Haring (†), Netherlands
*1992 Fadil Abdurahmanović, Bosnia-Hercegovina
*1992 Dr Jan Rusinek, Poland
*1993 Venelin Alaikov (†), Bulgaria
*1993 Michel Caillaud, France
*1993 Andrej Lobusov, Russian Federation
*1993 Norman Macleod (†), Great Britain
*1993 Byron Zappas, Greece
*1995 Michael Keller, Germany
*1995 Alexandr Kuzovkov, Moldova
*1996 Toma Garai, USA
*1996 Živko Janevski, Macedonia
*2001 Virgil Nestorescu, Romania
*2004 Unto Heinonen, Finland
*2004 Jean-Marc Loustau, France
*2004 Mikhail Marandyuk, Ukraine
*2004 Waldemar Tura, Poland
*2005 Udo Degener, Germany
*2005 Nikolai Kralin, Russia
*2005 Franz Pachl, Germany
*2005 Oleg Pervakov, Russia
*2007 Alexandr Feoktistov, Russia
*2007 Yves Cheylan, France
*2007 Marjan Kovačević, Serbia
*2007 Miodrag Mladenović, Serbia
*2007 Valery Shanshin, Russia
*2007 Valery Shavyrin, Russia
*2007 Anatoly Slesarenko, Russia

Honorary masters of chess composition

*1986 Antonio Arguelles (†), Spain
*1986 Dr John Niemann (†), Germany
*1986 Antonio Piatesi (†), Italy
*1987 Hans Klüver (†), Germany
*1987 Dr Gregorz Grzeban (†), Poland
*1988 Alexander Pituk (†), Slovakia
*1988 Janos Kiss (†), Hungary
*1988 Ferenc Fleck (†), Hungary
*1989 Gino Mentasti (†), Italy
*1991 Albert Koldijk (†), Netherlands
*1991 Jean Zeller (†), France
*1992 Colin Vaughan (†), Great Britain
*1994 Dr Kurt Smulders, Belgium
*1998 Eliahu Fasher (†), Israel
*1999 Giorgio Mirri (†), Italy
*1999 Savo Zlatič, Croatia
*2000 Rui Nascimento, Portugal
*2006 Sir Jeremy Morse, Great Britain
*2007 Sonomun Chimedtseren, Mongolia
*2007 Odette Vollenweider, Switzerland

International solving grandmasters

*1982 Pauli Perkonoja, Finland
*1984 Kari Valtonen, Finland
*1984 Milan Velimirović, Yugoslavia
*1985 Ofer Comay, Israel
*1988 Roland Baier, Switzerland
*1988 Marjan Kovačević, Yugoslavia
*1988 Arno Zude, Germany
*1991 Georgi Evsejev, Russian Federation
*1993 Michael Pfannkuche, Germany
*1997 Jonathan Mestel, Great Britain
*1997 Sergej Rumyantsev, Russian Federation
*1998 Ram Soffer, Israel
*1999 Jorma Paavilainen, Finland
*2000 Boris Tummes, Germany
*2001 Noam Elkies, Israel
*2002 Michel Caillaud, France
*2002 Graham Lee, Great Britain
*2002 Piotr Murdzia, Poland
*2004 John Nunn, Great Britain
*2004 Dolf Wissmann, Netherlands
*2007 Alexandr Azhusin, Russia

External links

* http://www.saunalahti.fi/~stniekat/pccc/titles.htm

See also

* List of chess grandmasters


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