23rd Dec 2020

CIPC #202: The manhole

2020 has become the year of video games. People have been at home rather more than usual and, naturally, they spend it playing Fortnite, Among us, Cyberpunk since a week...

04th Aug 2020

CIPC #182: Broken sword: The shadow of the Templars

One upon a time, there were point-and-click adventure games. Sure, the genre still exists, but in the late eighties and the early nineties, when home computers became somewhat common, point-and-click...

26th Mar 2019

CIPC #112: Civilization IV

Chess is, of course, the greatest strategy game in the world; I don’t think the readers of this blog need to be convinced of that. For a few centuries, there...

19th Sep 2017

CIPC #35: Age of Empires II

Age of Empires II was in its heydays the most popular real-time strategy game in the world and this popularity has lasted. The original game was released in 1999, but...

24th Jan 2017

CIPC #3: Port mortem

“Post mortem” is the slightly macabre but very apt term chess players use for the after-game analysis with one’s opponent, where one looks at the most useless variations and is...

National interclubs


Match for the Belgian championship, Ghent/Brussels


VSC Easter tournament, Antwerp


FBÉ congress, Ghent


Brussels championship, Brussels


CÉ Brussels championship, Brussels


North of France vs. Flanders, Lille


National interclubs