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Karl Fabel
Die Schwalbe 245-246 01-02/1954
P0004215
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Wieviele Züge hat der sK mindestens gemacht?
89 Züge:
R: 1. Sg3-h1 Kg1-g2 2. Sf1-g3+ Kh1-g1 3. Ta2-b2 Kg1-h1 4. Ta3-a2 Kh1-g1 5. Tb2-b1 Kg1-h1
6. Kb1-c1 Kh1-g1 7. Ka2-b1 Kg1-h1 8. Tb1-b2 Kh1-g1 9. Tc1-b1 Kg1-h1
10. Kb1-a2 Kh1-g1 11. Ta2-a3 Kg1-h1 12. Tb2-a2 Kh1-g1 13. Ka2-b1 Kg1-h1
14. Tb1-c1 Kh1-g1 15. Ka3-a2 Kg1-h1 16. Ta2-b2 Kh1-g1 17. Kb4-a3 Kg1-h1
18. Ta3-a2 Kh1-g1 19. Tb2-b1 Kg1-h1 20. Ta2-b2 Kh1-g1 21. Tb1-d1 Kg1-h1
22. Dc1-e1 Kh1-g1 23. Db2-c1 Kg1-h1 24. Te1-b1 Kh1-g1 25. Dc1-b2 Kg1-h1
26. Tb2-a2 Kh1-g1 27. Tb1-b2 Kg1-h1 28. Db2-c1 Kh1-g1 29. Td1-b1 Kg1-h1
30. Dc1-b2 Kh1-g1 31. Ta2-a3 Kg1-h1 32. Tb2-a2 Kh1-g1 33. Tb1-b2 Kg1-h1
34. Ka3-b4 Kh1-g1 35. Ka2-a3 Kg1-h1 36. Da3-c1 Kh1-g1 37. Dc5-a3 Kg1-h1
38. Ka3-a2 Kh1-g1 39. Kb4-a3 Kg1-h1 40. Tb2-b1 Kh1-g1 41. Ta2-b2 Kg1-h1
42. Ta3-a2 Kh1-g1 43. Tb1-d1 Kg1-h1 44. Tb2-b1 Kh1-g1 45. Ta2-b2 Kg1-h1
46. Tb1-e1 Kh1-g1 47. Tb2-b1 Kg1-h1 48. Se3-f1 Kh1-g1 49. Sf5-e3 Kg1-h1
50. Sd4-f5 Kf1-g1 51. Sf3-d4 Kg2-f1 52. Tb1-b2 d4xSc3 53. Th1-b1 Kf1-g2
54. Sg1-f3+ Ke1-f1 55. Tb2-a2 Kd1-e1 56. Sd5-c3+ Ke1-d1 57. Se3-d5 Kd1-e1
58. Sf1-e3+ Kc1-d1 59. Sf3-g1 Kd1-c1 60. Sh4-f3 Ke1-d1 61. Tg1-h1 Kd1-e1
62. Tg6-g1 Kc1-d1 63. Se3-f1 Kd1-c1 64. Sg4-e3+ Ke1-d1 65. Ta2-a3 Kf1-e1
66. Sf3-h4 Kg2-f1 67. Tb1-b2 e5xLd4 68. Th1-b1 Kf1-g2 69. Sg1-f3+ Ke1-f1
70. Se3-g4 Kd1-e1 71. Sf1-e3+ Kc1-d1 72. Sf3-g1 Kd1-c1 73. Sh4-f3 Kc1-d1
74. Tg1-h1 Kd1-c1 75. Tg5-g1 Kc1-d1 76. Se3-f1 Kd1-c1 77. Sg4-e3+ Ke1-d1
78. Tb2-a2 Kf1-e1 79. Sf3-h4 Kg2-f1 80. Tb1-b2 e6-e5 81. Th1-b1 Kf1-g2
82. Sg1-f3+ Ke1-f1 83. Kc3-b4 Kd1-e1 84. Kd3-c3 Kc1-d1 85. Df5-c5 Kb2-c1
86. Le3-d4+ Ka3-b2 87. Ld4-e3 Kb4-a3 88. Lb2-d4 Kc5-b4 89. Se5-g4+ Kd6-c5
90. Lc1-b2 Ke7-d6 91. b2-b3 Lb3-a4 92. Dg4-f5 Ld5-b3 93. Dg2-g4 Lb7-d5
94. Df1-g2 Lc8-b7 95. Dd1-f1 b7-b6 96. Ke4-d3 Lc5-a7 97. La7-b8 La3-c5
98. Kf3-e4 Kd8-e7 99. Lc5-a7 Sb3-a1 100. Lf8-c5 Sb6-a8 101. f7-f8=L Sd5-b6
102. Tg4-g5 Se7-d5 103. Ta4-g4 Sa5-b3 104. Tg4-g6 Sc6-a5 105. g6xTf7 Tf8-f7
106. Ta8-a4 Th8-f8 107. a7-a8=T Sg8-e7 108. a6-a7 Lf8-a3 109. a5-a6 Th4-h8
110. Ta4-g4 Sb8-c6 111. Ta1-a4 f7-f6 112. a4-a5 Tb4-h4 113. a3-a4 Ta4-b4
114. Kg2-f3 Ta5-a4 115. Kf1-g2 Ta7-a5 116. Ke1-f1 a6xLb5 117. Lc6-b5 Ta8-a7
118. Lg2-c6 a7-a6 119. Lf1-g2 Ke8-d8 120. g2xTh3 Th8-h3 121. g5-g6 h3-h2
122. a2-a3 h4-h3 123. Sc4-e5 h5-h4 124. h4xDg5 Dd8-g5 125. Sa3-c4 e7-e6
126. Sb1-a3 h7-h5 127. h2-h4
play all play one stop play next play all
Laut Fabel-Projekt handelt es sich um die Korrektur von Weihnachtsnuß III (Schwalbe XI-XII 1953).
hans: bBa4 looks impossible to get there. We need all pieces for the three captures of white and black. (2011-12-09)
Henrik Juel: What is the problem, Hans?
White captured g2xh3 and hxgxh and promoted on a8 and h8; Black captured axb and exdxc, so all missing men were captured by pawns.
I expect the resolution involves extracting a white rook via g1, like in the many other retros with a similar matrix.
Without a black bishop on a4 the resolution seems rather simple and relatively fast, whereas the stipulation suggests lots and lots of waiting retractions by the black king. (2011-12-09)
hans: I spoke too soon, but your suggestion is wrong, white captures are gxh and hxgxf=B and this Bishop goes to b8, for b2-b3 can only be played after bBa4 is arrived. And I found a solution, only cost 52 moves after c4-c3. The position after that last pawn move is wKb4, Qf8, wRa3, wRa2, wRb2, wSf3, bKh1. First Sf3 to f1, to block and for the last moves Sf1-g3+ Kg2 Sh1. (2011-12-09)
hans: I count 91 bK-moves. Here a possible game started from PAS: 1. h3 e6 2. h4 Qg5 3. hxg5 h5 4. g6 h4 5. Nc3 h3 6. Nd5 h2 7. Ne3 Rh3 8.
gxh3 Na6 9. Bg2 Nc5 10. Bc6 Nb3 11. Bb5 a6 12. a4 axb5 13. a5 Ra6 14. Ra4
Rd6 15. Rg4 Rd5 16. a6 Rh5 17. a7 Rh8 18. a8=R Ba3 19. Raa4 Nf6 20. Kf1 Nd5
21. Kg2 f6 22. Kf3 Rf8 23. Ke4 Rf7 24. gxf7+ Kd8 25. f8=B Nb6 26. Bc5 Na8
27. Ba7 Bc5 28. Bb8 Ba7 29. Rg6 b6 30. Kd3 Bb7 31. Rag4 Bd5 32. Qf1 Na1 33.
Qg2 Bb3 34. Qg3 Ba4 35. b3 Ke7 36. Qh4 Kd6 37. Bb2 Kc5 38. Bd4+ Kb4 39.
R4g5 Ka3 40. Bc5+ Kb2 41. Bd4+ Kc1 42. Ng4 Kd1 43. Kc3 Ke1 44. Kb4 Kf1 45.
Nf3+ Kg2 46. Rb1 e5 47. Rb2 Kf1 48. Ng1 Ke1 49. Ra2 Kd1 50. Ne3+ Ke1 51.
Nf1 Kd1 52. Nf3 Kc1 53. Rg1 Kd1 54. Rh1 Kc1 55. Ng1 Kd1 56. Ne3+ Ke1 57.
Ng4 Kf1 58. Nf3+ Kg2 59. Rb1 exd4 60. Rbb2 Kf1 61. Nfe5 Ke1 62. Qh8 Kd1 63.
Ne3+ Ke1 64. Nf1 Kd1 65. Rg1 Ke1 66. Rh1 Kd1 67. Nf3 Kc1 68. Ng1 Kd1 69.
Ne3+ Ke1 70. Nd5 Kf1 71. Nc3 Ke1 72. Ra3 Kf1 73. Rba2 Ke1 74. Qf8 Kf1 75.
Nf3+ Kg2 76. Rb1 dxc3 77. Rbb2 Kh1 78. Nd4 Kg1 79. Nf5 Kh1 80. Ng3+ Kg1 81.
Nf1 Kh1 82. Rb1 Kg1 83. Re1 Kh1 84. Rb2 Kg1 85. Rbb1 Kh1 86. Rbd1 Kg1 87.
Ra2 Kh1 88. Rb2 Kg1 89. Rbb1 Kh1 90. Ka3 Kg1 91. Ka2 Kh1 92. Qa3 Kg1 93.
Qc1 Kh1 94. Ka3 Kg1 95. Kb4 Kh1 96. Rb2 Kg1 97. Ra2 Kh1 98. Qb2 Kg1 99. Rb1
Kh1 100. Qc1 Kg1 101. Rbb2 Kh1 102. Ra3 Kg1 103. Rba2 Kh1 104. Qb2 Kg1 105.
Rb1 Kh1 106. Qc1 Kg1 107. Qe1 Kh1 108. Rd1 Kg1 109. Rb2 Kh1 110. Rbb1 Kg1
111. Rbc1 Kh1 112. Ra2 Kg1 113. Rb2 Kh1 114. Ka3 Kg1 115. Ka2 Kh1 116. Kb1
Kg1 117. Ra2 Kh1 118. Ra3 Kg1 119. Ka2 Kh1 120. Rb1 Kg1 121. Rb2 Kh1 122.
Kb1 Kg1 123. Kc1 Kh1 124. Rb1 Kg1 125. Ra2 Kh1 126. Rab2 Kg1 {50 moves rule} 127. Ng3+ Kg2 128. Nh1 (2011-12-10)
Mario Richter: The intended solution needs only 89 bK-moves. (2011-12-11)
Henrik Juel: The (forward) game in the intended solution is given below, with numbers in parentheses counting the black king moves.
1.h4 h5 2.Sa3 e6 3.Sc4 Dg5 4.hxg5 h4 5.Se5 h3 6.a3 h2 7.g6 Th3 8.gxh3 Kd8(1) 9.Lg2 a6 10.Lc6 Ta7 11.Lb5 axb5 12.Kf1 Ta5 13.Kg2 Ta4 14.Kf3 Tb4 15.a4 Th4 16.a5 f6 17.Ta4 Sc6 18.Tg4 Th8 19.a6 La3 20.a7 Sge7 21.a8T Tf8 22.Taa4 Tf7 23.gxf7 Sa5 24.Tg6 Sb3 25.Tag4 Sd5 26.T4g5 Sb6 27.f8L Sa8 28.Lc5 Sa1 29.La7 Ke7(2) 30.Ke4 Lc5 31.Lb8 La7 32.Kd3 b6 33.Df1 Lb7 34.Dg2 Ld5 35.Dg4 Lb3 36.Df5 La4 37.b3 [pawn move] Kd6(3) 38.Lb2 Kc5(4) 39.Sg4+ Kb4(5) 40.Ld4 Ka3(6)
41.Le3 Kb2(7) 42.Ld4+ Kc1(8) 43.Dc5 Kd1(9) 44.Kc3 Ke1(10) 45.Kb4 Kf1(11) 46.Sf3+ Kg2(12) 47.Tb1 e5 48.Tb2 Kf1(13) 49.Sh4 Ke1(14) 50.Ta2 Kd1(15) 51.Se3+ Kc1(16) 52.Sf1 Kd1(17) 53.Tg1 Kc1(18) 54.Th1 Kd1(19) 55.Sf3 Kc1(20) 56.Sg1 Kd1 57.Se3+ Ke1 58.Sg4 Kf1 59.Sf3+ Kg2 60.Tb1 exd4 61.Tbb2 Kf1 62.Sh4 Ke1 63.Ta3 Kd1 64.Se3+ Kc1 65.Sf1 Kd1 66.Tg1 Ke1(30) 67.Th1 Kd1 68.Sf3 Kc1 69.Sg1 Kd1 70.Se3+ Ke1 71.Sd5 Kd1 72.Sc3+ Ke1 73.Tba2 Kf1 74.Sf3+ Kg2 75.Tb1 dxc3 [last
pawn move] 76.Tbb2 Kf1 77.Sd4 Kg1(40) [now black king alternates on h1 and g1 for a long time, while White gets his king and queen in] 78.Sf5 79.Se3 80.Sf1 81.Tb1 82.Te1 83.Tb2 84.Tbb1 85.Tbd1 86.Ta2 87.Tb2 Kg1(50) 88.Tb1 89.Ka3 90.Ka2 91.Da3 92.Dc1 93.Ka3 94.Kb4 95.Tb2 96.Ta2 97.Ta3 Kg1(60) 98.Db2 99.Tb1 100.Dc1 101.Tb2 102.Tba2 103.Db2 104.Tb1 105.Dc1 106.De1 107.Td1 Kg1(70) 108.Tb2 109.Tbb1
110.Ta2 111.Ka3 112.Tab2 113.Ka2 114.Tbc1 115.Kb1 116.Ta2 117.Ta3 Kg1(80) 118.Ka2 119.Tb1 120.Tb2 121.Kb1 122.Kc1 123.Tb1 124.Ta2 125.Tab2 Kg1(88) [if the 50 moves rule were in effect, the game would stop now] 126.Sg3+ Kg2(89) 127.Sh1 (2011-12-12)
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Keywords: Minimal number of moves of a piece (K), Non-standard material
Genre: Retro
FEN: nB6/b1pp2p1/1p3p2/1p6/b7/1Pp4P/1RPPPPkp/nRKRQ2N
Input: Gerd Wilts, 1995-06-03
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