Full Report:A mate in two, one in three and a selfmate in five. Those were the problems that John Nunn selected from the BPS Championship for our readers. Today we give you the solutions, carefully explained by the winner. It is an ideal opportunity to learn how to approach these otherwise daunting chess problems. And how to deconvolute and generally enhance astronomical pictures.
Earlier this week we gave you the solutions of the three problems from the International Solving Contest. The annual British Problem Solving Championship saw many leading solvers gathered in Oakham, England, just a few weeks after the ISC. The BPC was a runaway success for John Nunn, who led from start to finish and solved every problem except one.