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1 - P0002026
Thomas R. Dawson
Westen und Daheim 02/05/1915
P0002026
(7+2) C+
#3
1. Lf7! droht 2. Txc3 Kxh7 3. Th3#
1. ... c2 2. Txc2 Kxh7 3. Th2#
1. ... Kxh7 2. Tc5 Kh6,~ 3. Th5#

weisser Anzug ist legal, zuletzt z.B.:
R: 1. Kg7-h8 Be7-e8=S+
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Gerd Wilts (2001-10-17): The retro play given in the solution serves only to justify that it may indeed be White's turn. The forward play indeed starts with 1. Bf7. The idea of TRD was to compose a problem which is legal but in which one of the knights must be a promoted pawn. TRD called this an "obtrusive Knight".
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Keywords: Promotion (S)
Genre: Retro, 3#
Computer test: C+ Popeye 4.61
FEN: 4N1Bk/2R4P/8/8/1P1P4/1Kp5/8/8
Reprints: 17B Retrograde Analysis 1915
476 Hamburger Problem-Nachrichten 09-10/1949
E1 Problem 5-6 12/1951
RA69 diagrammes 28 07-08/1977
Input: Gerd Wilts, 1995-06-03
Last update: A.Buchanan, 2020-11-01 more...
2 - P0002026
Thomas R. Dawson
Westen und Daheim 02/05/1915
P0002026
(7+2) C+
#3
1. Lf7! droht 2. Txc3 Kxh7 3. Th3#
1. ... c2 2. Txc2 Kxh7 3. Th2#
1. ... Kxh7 2. Tc5 Kh6,~ 3. Th5#

weisser Anzug ist legal, zuletzt z.B.:
R: 1. Kg7-h8 Be7-e8=S+
play all play one stop play next play all
Gerd Wilts (2001-10-17): The retro play given in the solution serves only to justify that it may indeed be White's turn. The forward play indeed starts with 1. Bf7. The idea of TRD was to compose a problem which is legal but in which one of the knights must be a promoted pawn. TRD called this an "obtrusive Knight".
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Keywords: Promotion (S)
Genre: Retro, 3#
Computer test: C+ Popeye 4.61
FEN: 4N1Bk/2R4P/8/8/1P1P4/1Kp5/8/8
Reprints: 17B Retrograde Analysis 1915
476 Hamburger Problem-Nachrichten 09-10/1949
E1 Problem 5-6 12/1951
RA69 diagrammes 28 07-08/1977
Input: Gerd Wilts, 1995-06-03
Last update: A.Buchanan, 2020-11-01 more...
3 - P0003337
Rudolf Buljan
Problem 41-44 03/1957
2. Preis
15. Thematurnier
P0003337
(11+15) C+
h#2
1. ... exf6ep 2. Sf5 f7#
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Autor Ing. Rudolf Buljan, Zagreb
Henrik Juel: Analysis
White captured fxg and promoted [Pd2] on d8
Black captured axbxa2-a1=Y, b7xc6, d5xe4, and gxf
The retroplay was R: 1... f7-f5 2.f5xYg6
C+ Popeye 4.61 (2020-09-30)
A.Buchanan: Any ideas how to distinguish usage of “whose move?” and “no legal last move for white” (or black) keywords (2020-10-01)
Henrik Juel: This problem is clearly the latter
I would use 'Whose move?' in retro problems where a deeper analysis is required to determine the move, often with stipulations like '#1 (who?)' (2020-10-01)
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Keywords: En passant as key, No legal last move for White
Genre: h#, Retro
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
FEN: 5nkb/1qp1p1n1/2p3PQ/4PpKb/4prRp/P4prB/1PP3PP/8
Input: Gerd Wilts, 1995-06-03
Last update: James Malcom, 2020-10-01 more...
4 - P0003417
John Frederick Keeble
2206 The Problemist FCS 16, p. 173, 02/1936
P0003417
(4+5) C+
h#3
Weiß zieht an
1. ... exd6ep 2. 0-0-0 dxe7+ 3. Tf8 exf8=T,D#
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H.Juel: If Black may castle, last move was not made by Ke8 or Ta8, but by Pd5, so it was d7-d5, and hence White may capture en passant. 1... exd6ep 2.0-0-0 dxe7 3.Tf8 exf8=DT# where the castling (belatedly) justifies the e.p. capture.
Not 1... exd6ep 2.Kd8? dxe7 3.Kc8 e8=DT
C+ by Popeye 4.61, except for the promotion mate dual, which was considered acceptable in the old days.
Nachdruck in "Die Schwalbe" 33 mit Diagrammfehler (wBe6 fehlt).
VL: The first AP-problem! Thematic illegal try:
1. ... exd6ep 2.Kd8? dxe7+ 3.Kc8 e8=T(D)#?? (2007-02-11)
Mario Richter: 46 years between this Problem and P1366663 - perhaps this was not Keeble's first AP-Problem?! (2019-08-29)
Ladislav Packa: Of course I know the idea a posteriori. But let my heresy be forgiven - I do not consider it logical. In this particular example, I consider e.p. for proof that black can castling - not vice versa. (2019-08-29)
A.Buchanan: Hi Ladislav. If ep is ok, then Black just moved a pawn with double hop. That doesn't stop Black having e.g. moved bK right at the beginning of the game. So you can't prove that Black definitely can castle this way. What am I missing here? (2019-08-29)
Ladislav Packa: Your statement is perfectly fine. However, the AP condition is usually interpreted as castling is evidence of e.p. However, the second party does not have to do castling - the possibility has already been demonstrated by the existence of e.p. (2019-08-29)
A.Buchanan: Hi again Ladislav. Please try again, I am obviously being very stupid. I don't understand how 1. exd6ep is any more indicative that Black can castle than 1. K~. (2019-08-30)
Ladislav Packa: Hi, Andre!
e.p. is just a result of the d7-d5 move. Black can castle only if it was the last move of black (even without wPe5). Therefore, it does not have the logic of joining the e.p. with castling. For example, ask yourself if black is allowed to castle in the position without wPe5. (2019-08-30)
A.Buchanan: Hi Ladislav, I still don't understand you. Heresies must be explained extraordinarily carefully :-)
Following the conventions:
(1) Black retains castling rights because we cannot prove that bK or bR ever moved.
(2) If e.p. is now played, then we still require the same castling convention, as bK or bR might have moved earlier in the game.
(3) So the actual execution of the e.p. does not prove anything new about castling.
(4) Hence it is incorrect to say "e.p. [is] proof that black can [castle]".
Which step do you disagree with?
Yes by the convention, Black could castle in the position without wPe5. What does that prove? (2020-10-03)
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Keywords: a posteriori (AP), En passant as key, Castling (sg), Promotion (T), Valladao Task
Genre: h#, Retro
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
FEN: r3k3/2p1p3/2P1P3/2KpP3/8/8/8/8
Reprints: V. Die Schwalbe 33, p. 323, 06/1975
2001 CHM Themes 12/2000
3 Die Schwalbe 215, p. 240, 10/2005
A1 Problemkiste 169 02/2007
14 Die Schwalbe 241, p. 374, 02/2010
Input: Gerd Wilts, 1995-06-03
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-01-03 more...
5 - P0003417
John Frederick Keeble
2206 The Problemist FCS 16, p. 173, 02/1936
P0003417
(4+5) C+
h#3
Weiß zieht an
1. ... exd6ep 2. 0-0-0 dxe7+ 3. Tf8 exf8=T,D#
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H.Juel: If Black may castle, last move was not made by Ke8 or Ta8, but by Pd5, so it was d7-d5, and hence White may capture en passant. 1... exd6ep 2.0-0-0 dxe7 3.Tf8 exf8=DT# where the castling (belatedly) justifies the e.p. capture.
Not 1... exd6ep 2.Kd8? dxe7 3.Kc8 e8=DT
C+ by Popeye 4.61, except for the promotion mate dual, which was considered acceptable in the old days.
Nachdruck in "Die Schwalbe" 33 mit Diagrammfehler (wBe6 fehlt).
VL: The first AP-problem! Thematic illegal try:
1. ... exd6ep 2.Kd8? dxe7+ 3.Kc8 e8=T(D)#?? (2007-02-11)
Mario Richter: 46 years between this Problem and P1366663 - perhaps this was not Keeble's first AP-Problem?! (2019-08-29)
Ladislav Packa: Of course I know the idea a posteriori. But let my heresy be forgiven - I do not consider it logical. In this particular example, I consider e.p. for proof that black can castling - not vice versa. (2019-08-29)
A.Buchanan: Hi Ladislav. If ep is ok, then Black just moved a pawn with double hop. That doesn't stop Black having e.g. moved bK right at the beginning of the game. So you can't prove that Black definitely can castle this way. What am I missing here? (2019-08-29)
Ladislav Packa: Your statement is perfectly fine. However, the AP condition is usually interpreted as castling is evidence of e.p. However, the second party does not have to do castling - the possibility has already been demonstrated by the existence of e.p. (2019-08-29)
A.Buchanan: Hi again Ladislav. Please try again, I am obviously being very stupid. I don't understand how 1. exd6ep is any more indicative that Black can castle than 1. K~. (2019-08-30)
Ladislav Packa: Hi, Andre!
e.p. is just a result of the d7-d5 move. Black can castle only if it was the last move of black (even without wPe5). Therefore, it does not have the logic of joining the e.p. with castling. For example, ask yourself if black is allowed to castle in the position without wPe5. (2019-08-30)
A.Buchanan: Hi Ladislav, I still don't understand you. Heresies must be explained extraordinarily carefully :-)
Following the conventions:
(1) Black retains castling rights because we cannot prove that bK or bR ever moved.
(2) If e.p. is now played, then we still require the same castling convention, as bK or bR might have moved earlier in the game.
(3) So the actual execution of the e.p. does not prove anything new about castling.
(4) Hence it is incorrect to say "e.p. [is] proof that black can [castle]".
Which step do you disagree with?
Yes by the convention, Black could castle in the position without wPe5. What does that prove? (2020-10-03)
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Keywords: a posteriori (AP), En passant as key, Castling (sg), Promotion (T), Valladao Task
Genre: h#, Retro
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
FEN: r3k3/2p1p3/2P1P3/2KpP3/8/8/8/8
Reprints: V. Die Schwalbe 33, p. 323, 06/1975
2001 CHM Themes 12/2000
3 Die Schwalbe 215, p. 240, 10/2005
A1 Problemkiste 169 02/2007
14 Die Schwalbe 241, p. 374, 02/2010
Input: Gerd Wilts, 1995-06-03
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-01-03 more...
6 - P0003781
Imre Sztankovszky
(IX) Problem 29-30 05/1955
P0003781
(5+14)
h#3
1. ... b6 2. Le7 Lxg2+ 3. Kd6 Sxc4#
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Henrik Juel: Black is missing [Lc8], which was captured on c8, and a rook
Last move was not c3xTb4, because sTc4's check is impossible, so White has the move (2020-10-01)
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Keywords: No legal last move for White
Genre: h#, Retro
FEN: 8/1p1p4/3br3/pP1k4/KPbp4/pn1p4/qN4p1/3n3B
Input: Gerd Wilts, 1995-06-03
Last update: A.Buchanan, 2020-09-30 more...
7 - P0003788
Zvonimir Hernitz
Vladimir Birek

Problem 41-44 03/1957
1. Preis
15. Thematurnier
P0003788
(2+8) C+
h#6
1. ... ... 2. Th3 f4+ 3. Kf6 f5 4. Kg7 f6+ 5. Kh8 f7 6. Th7 f8=D#
1. ... fxe3 2. Dd4 exd4+ 3. Kd6 dxc5+ 4. Kc7 c6 5. Kb8 c7+ 6. Ka8 c8=D#
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Autoren Zvonko Hernitz, Zagreb & Vladimir Birek, Rijeka
PR Imre Sztankovszky, Böde
Retro-Patt, Excelsior
TLi entdeckte ein eindeutiges Satzspiel: 1. ... ... 2. Th3 f4+ 3. Kf6 f5 4. Kg7 f6+ 5. Kh8 f7 6. Th7 f8=D# mit Echo in der gegenüberliegenden Ecke!
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Keywords: Echo, Promotion (D), No legal last move for White
Genre: h#, Retro
Computer test: Popeye C-Version 3.52 (2048 KB)
FEN: 8/r7/8/2p1k3/4p3/3qpr2/4pP2/4K3
Input: Gerd Wilts, 1995-06-03
Last update: A.Buchanan, 2020-10-01 more...
8 - P0003789
Zvonimir Hernitz
Problem 41-44 03/1957
1. ehrende Erwähnung e.a.
15. Thematurnier
P0003789
(3+13) C+
h#3
1. ... exd7 2. Tfe7 d8=T 3. Te6 Tf8#
1. Sc7? e7 Se6 e8=S# (but Wh to move)
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Autor Zvonko Hernitz, Zagreb
A.Buchanan: So what's the tourney theme exactly? Is it just the wonderful Art.15, the "official joke". There is a unique h#2 retro try: is that a requirement of this tourney? (2020-05-10)
Henrik Juel: You can find the award here, Andrew
http://problem64.beda.cz/silo/problem_41-44_1957.pdf
on p.79
My Serbo-Croatian is a bit rusty, so I will leave the translation to you (2020-05-10)
A.Buchanan: I cannot see the logic behind sBc4d3g5. The solution, the h#2 retro try, and the retro logic are all unaffected by their removal. There are numerous h#3 tries anyway.
I have found the results of this tourney on pages 79-81 of the document above. At 70 pages, it is too long for google translate, but apparently one can do character recognition in google drive for free, and then those pages might be translatable. There is also an interesting article by Fabel at the beginning about conventions, which might be worth resuscitating. I will leave these for someone else.
This document has been photocopied multiple times, and some of the diagrams are very difficult to read. It makes me never want to compose with a black piece on a black square ever again! However the retro condition makes it easier to reconstruct the diagrams. (2020-09-30)
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Keywords: Promotion (T), No legal last move for White, under-promotion
Genre: h#, Retro
Computer test: Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61 (2020-05-10)
FEN: 8/3p1rp1/3PPk2/2pnrbpK/2p1q2b/3p4/8/8
Input: Gerd Wilts, 1995-06-03
Last update: A.Buchanan, 2020-10-01 more...
9 - P0007827
Bernd Schwarzkopf
(23) feenschach 55, p. 124, 07/1981
P0007827
(11+6)
Welches war der erste Zug?
a) oben: des wUWTb8?
b) unten: der wDd1?
c) unten +wDd1: des wKe1?
a) 0 Züge
b) 0 Züge
c) 0 Züge
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Bernd Schwarzkopf: Nur Forderung a (b und c gehören zu einem anderen Problem);
Lösung: UW-Tb8 zog nie (2015-03-13)
Mario Richter: In fs55 sind die verschiedenen Stellungén in einem Diagramm zusammengefaßt. Ich sehe zwei Möglichkeiten, wie wir das in der PDB behandeln:
1. So wie aktuell eingegeben (nahe an der historischen Wahrheit, aber schlecht visuell wahrnehmbar - der Nutzer muß wissen, daß er auf die Lösungen zu b) bzw. c) klicken muß, um die entsprechenden Diagramme zu sehen).
2. Aufsplitten in zwei separate Aufgaben.
Was wird gewünscht/präferiert? (2015-03-14)
Henrik Juel: I prefer your second option, Mario (2015-03-14)
Thomas Brieden: Hätte ich obigen Text nicht gelesen, hätte ich auch nicht gewusst, dass man auf entsprechende Lösungen klicken muss. Ich bevorzuge daher auch den zweiten Vorschlag. (2015-03-14)
Alfred Pfeiffer: Diagramm (als Zeroposition) und Forderung so klarer? (2015-03-15)
Olaf Jenkner: So gefällt es mir. (2015-03-15)
A.Buchanan: In the zero diagram, one might also put in a line between ranks 4 & 5. This separator is used in PDB for grid chess etc, but could be helpful here. What do you think? (2020-11-11)
Olaf Jenkner: If I was asked, good idea.
Maybe there's an issue because the line doesn't vanish in a), b) and c) (2020-11-12)
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Keywords: First Move? (UT0 / D0 / K0), Type A, Economy record (First move)
Genre: Retro
FEN: KRb1k3/pp1p4/8/8/4k3/8/1PPPPPP1/2B1KB2
Reprints: 2.38 Eigenartige Schachprobleme , p. 200, 2010
2.8 Eigenartige Schachprobleme , p. 198, 2010
2.1 Eigenartige Schachprobleme , p. 198, 2010
Input: Gerd Wilts, 1996-09-03
Last update: A.Buchanan, 2020-11-12 more...
10 - P0007827
Bernd Schwarzkopf
(23) feenschach 55, p. 124, 07/1981
P0007827
(11+6)
Welches war der erste Zug?
a) oben: des wUWTb8?
b) unten: der wDd1?
c) unten +wDd1: des wKe1?
a) 0 Züge
b) 0 Züge
c) 0 Züge
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Bernd Schwarzkopf: Nur Forderung a (b und c gehören zu einem anderen Problem);
Lösung: UW-Tb8 zog nie (2015-03-13)
Mario Richter: In fs55 sind die verschiedenen Stellungén in einem Diagramm zusammengefaßt. Ich sehe zwei Möglichkeiten, wie wir das in der PDB behandeln:
1. So wie aktuell eingegeben (nahe an der historischen Wahrheit, aber schlecht visuell wahrnehmbar - der Nutzer muß wissen, daß er auf die Lösungen zu b) bzw. c) klicken muß, um die entsprechenden Diagramme zu sehen).
2. Aufsplitten in zwei separate Aufgaben.
Was wird gewünscht/präferiert? (2015-03-14)
Henrik Juel: I prefer your second option, Mario (2015-03-14)
Thomas Brieden: Hätte ich obigen Text nicht gelesen, hätte ich auch nicht gewusst, dass man auf entsprechende Lösungen klicken muss. Ich bevorzuge daher auch den zweiten Vorschlag. (2015-03-14)
Alfred Pfeiffer: Diagramm (als Zeroposition) und Forderung so klarer? (2015-03-15)
Olaf Jenkner: So gefällt es mir. (2015-03-15)
A.Buchanan: In the zero diagram, one might also put in a line between ranks 4 & 5. This separator is used in PDB for grid chess etc, but could be helpful here. What do you think? (2020-11-11)
Olaf Jenkner: If I was asked, good idea.
Maybe there's an issue because the line doesn't vanish in a), b) and c) (2020-11-12)
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Keywords: First Move? (UT0 / D0 / K0), Type A, Economy record (First move)
Genre: Retro
FEN: KRb1k3/pp1p4/8/8/4k3/8/1PPPPPP1/2B1KB2
Reprints: 2.38 Eigenartige Schachprobleme , p. 200, 2010
2.8 Eigenartige Schachprobleme , p. 198, 2010
2.1 Eigenartige Schachprobleme , p. 198, 2010
Input: Gerd Wilts, 1996-09-03
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11 - P0007827
Bernd Schwarzkopf
(23) feenschach 55, p. 124, 07/1981
P0007827
(11+6)
Welches war der erste Zug?
a) oben: des wUWTb8?
b) unten: der wDd1?
c) unten +wDd1: des wKe1?
a) 0 Züge
b) 0 Züge
c) 0 Züge
play all play one stop play next play all
Bernd Schwarzkopf: Nur Forderung a (b und c gehören zu einem anderen Problem);
Lösung: UW-Tb8 zog nie (2015-03-13)
Mario Richter: In fs55 sind die verschiedenen Stellungén in einem Diagramm zusammengefaßt. Ich sehe zwei Möglichkeiten, wie wir das in der PDB behandeln:
1. So wie aktuell eingegeben (nahe an der historischen Wahrheit, aber schlecht visuell wahrnehmbar - der Nutzer muß wissen, daß er auf die Lösungen zu b) bzw. c) klicken muß, um die entsprechenden Diagramme zu sehen).
2. Aufsplitten in zwei separate Aufgaben.
Was wird gewünscht/präferiert? (2015-03-14)
Henrik Juel: I prefer your second option, Mario (2015-03-14)
Thomas Brieden: Hätte ich obigen Text nicht gelesen, hätte ich auch nicht gewusst, dass man auf entsprechende Lösungen klicken muss. Ich bevorzuge daher auch den zweiten Vorschlag. (2015-03-14)
Alfred Pfeiffer: Diagramm (als Zeroposition) und Forderung so klarer? (2015-03-15)
Olaf Jenkner: So gefällt es mir. (2015-03-15)
A.Buchanan: In the zero diagram, one might also put in a line between ranks 4 & 5. This separator is used in PDB for grid chess etc, but could be helpful here. What do you think? (2020-11-11)
Olaf Jenkner: If I was asked, good idea.
Maybe there's an issue because the line doesn't vanish in a), b) and c) (2020-11-12)
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Keywords: First Move? (UT0 / D0 / K0), Type A, Economy record (First move)
Genre: Retro
FEN: KRb1k3/pp1p4/8/8/4k3/8/1PPPPPP1/2B1KB2
Reprints: 2.38 Eigenartige Schachprobleme , p. 200, 2010
2.8 Eigenartige Schachprobleme , p. 198, 2010
2.1 Eigenartige Schachprobleme , p. 198, 2010
Input: Gerd Wilts, 1996-09-03
Last update: A.Buchanan, 2020-11-12 more...
12 - P0510541
Dragomir Rusin
Problem 41-44 03/1957
3. Preis
15. Thematurnier
P0510541
(3+14) cooked
h#4
1. ... Txg7 2. Td3 Txg6 3. Sd4 Txg4 4. Sb3 Ta4#
play all play one stop play next play all
Cook: NL
1. ... Txg7 2. Ka1 Txf7 3. Sg3 Tf2 4. Dc8 Lxd4#
Yuri Bilokin: Correction: 4nrRB/2p2pbK/p3p1p1/5n2/3r2q1/5p2/k7/1b6 (3+14) (2019-01-19)
A.Buchanan: The diagram matches the published one (2020-10-01)
A.Buchanan: Yuri’s correction is sound and seems economical (2020-10-01)
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Keywords: Check Protection, No legal last move for White
Genre: h#, Retro
FEN: 5rRB/pp2ppbK/2pp2p1/5n2/3r2q1/8/k7/1b6
Input: Markus Manhart, 1997-06-26
Last update: A.Buchanan, 2020-10-01 more...
13 - P0530034
Slavko Maslar
Zdravko Maslar

Problem 02/1961
3. Preis II. Int. Turnier Parti?
P0530034
(4+4) cooked
h#3*
*) 1. ... Tb6 2. Ta6 Tb4 3. Tc6 Tb5#
1) 1. Tc6 Tb4 2. Td7 Tb6 3. Td6 Tb5#

NL:
1. Td5 Txa7 2. Kc6 Td7 3. Tb5 Tc7#
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RK klären
Anton Baumann: Bei Drehung um 180° ist die Aufgabe korrekt! (2020-11-11)
Hans-Jürgen Manthey: Wenn schon Kurz-Notation, dann sollte auch bei doppeldeutigen Zügen dies angezeigt werden!.
so wird bei der Lösung stehts der falsche Turm nach d6 gestellt. Nur 3 Zeichenn mehr ist für eine eindeutige Lösung nötig: 1. Tc7 Tb4 2. Td7 Tab6 3. Tdd6 T6b5# (2020-11-12)
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Genre: h#
FEN: b7/rR6/R2r4/P1k5/8/8/8/7K
Input: Ralf Krätschmer, 1998-02-01
Last update: Ralf Kr?tschmer, 2014-12-18 more...
14 - P0570670
Colin Peter Sydenham
The Problemist 15/6 11/1995
4. Platz
P0570670
(6+6)
ser-h#4
Duplex
s) 1. La3 2. Sb5 3. Tc3 4. Kb4 Sd3#
w) 1. Tg5 2. Se6 3. Lf4 4. Kf6 Sd5#
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ANDROMEDA FAIRY CHESS MATCH GREAT BRITAIN v HUNGARY 1993-95
SECTION 1 (Serieshelpmates in 4-8 moves)
Anton Baumann: mit +sBh7 geht die Autorabsicht
Computerprüfung mit sBh7 C+ Gustav 4.1d (2020-11-17)
Mario Richter: Es fehlte ein wBg6! (2020-11-18)
Henrik Juel: Now C+ Popeye 4.61 (2020-11-18)
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Keywords: Series mover
Genre: Fairies
Computer test: (Popeye C-Version 3.52 (2048 KB))
FEN: 8/6K1/6Pn/p7/k4NR1/2n2r2/1bPB4/8
Input: Torsten Linss, 1999-04-07
Last update: Mario Richter, 2020-11-18 more...
15 - P0577226
Jonathan Levitt
B) The Problemist (2), p. 32, 03/1995
P0577226
(6+4) cooked
ser-h#30
1. Kb2 2. Kc3 3. Kd4 4. Kxe5 5. Kf6 6. e5 7. e4 8. e3 9. e2 10. e1=L 11. Lxh4 12. Lg5 13. Lxh6 14. Kg7 15. Kh8 16. Lg7 17. h5 18. h4 19. h3 20. h2 21. h1=L 22. Lxd5 23. Lg8 24. d5 25. d4 26. d3 27. d2 28. d1=T 29. Th1 30. Th7 Sg6#
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Erich Bartel: im Problemist ist hierzu vermerkt:
Jonathan's Artikel has already apeared, in translation,in the
March 1995 issue of Rochade-Europa, and these originals
should compete in the informal tourney of that magazine.
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Die Frage ist nun welches Magazin als Erstqueelle gelten soll. (2011-11-28)
Anton Baumann: NL: 1.d6 2.dxe5 .. 6.e1=D .. 8.Dg8 .. 13.e1=L 14.Lxh4 15.Lg5 16.Lxh6 .. 23.Kh8 24.Lg7 .. 29.h1=T 30.Th7 Sg6# (2020-11-21)
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Keywords: Series mover, corner to corner (sKa1h8), Excelsior (3-fach), under-promotion, konsekutive Umwandlungen 3 (llt)
Genre: Fairies
FEN: 8/3pp2p/7P/1K1PP3/5N1P/8/8/k7
Reprints: Rochade Europa 03/1995
Input: Felber, Volker, 2000-01-06
Last update: Olaf Jenkner, 2020-11-23 more...
16 - P1009495
Peter Rösler
B4 Problemkiste 148 08/2003
P1009495
(15+16) C+
BP in 5,0
Stafettenschach
1. e4 e5 2. Ke2 Dh4 3. De1 Dxe4+ 4. Kd1 Dh4 5. d4 Dd8
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Henrik Juel: Without the condition the solution also works, but there are many cooks (2020-11-01)
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Keywords: Unique Proof Game, Relay Chess, Interchange (KD)
Genre: Retro, Fairies
Computer test: paul: Checked by Jacobi (with relay condition) (2020-10-31)
FEN: rnbqkbnr/pppp1ppp/8/4p3/3P4/8/PPP2PPP/RNBKQBNR
Input: Gerd Wilts, 2003-08-15
Last update: Erich Bartel, 2020-11-01 more...
17 - P1013759
Hans Gruber
1470 Problemkiste 04/1986
P1013759
(6+6)
h=4
1. e1=D g7 2. Dh1 g8=S 3. Db7+ axb7 4. a1=L bxc8=T=
{ NL} 1. a1=L a7 2. e1=L a8=D 3. La5 Dxa5 4. Kc6 Kxc8=
Nachdrucke:
1) 5 Grüße aus Augsburg, 30. 9. 1998
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{ NL}
Anton Baumann: ergänzen: +wBb4 so C+ Gustav 4.1d (2020-11-26)
A.Buchanan: Not in WinChloe. Have emailed Hans (2020-11-26)
comment

Genre: Fairies
FEN: 1Kn5/3k4/P3p1P1/4P3/8/4P3/pp2p3/1N6
Input: Hans Gruber, 2004-05-01
Last update: A.Buchanan, 2020-11-26 more...
18 - P1015585
Günter Glaß
4988 Problemkiste 12/1999
P1015585
(4+3) C+
s#6
1. Te2! g4 2. Kf1+ Kg3 3. Kg1 h2+ 4. Kh1 Kh3 5. Te3+ g3 6. Te4 g2#
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Platzwechsel sK/sB. Attraktiver Auswahlschlüssel.
2455
SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-11-18)
comment
Keywords: Interchange (kb)
Genre: s#
FEN: B7/8/6N1/6p1/8/7p/1R3K1k/8
Input: Selbstmatt-Miniaturen/Reflexmatt-Miniaturen, 2004-05-01
Last update: Marcin Banaszek, 2020-11-18 more...
19 - P1016674
Volodymyr Chornous
Roman F. Zalokotskij

2299 The Ural's Problemist 01-03/2003
P1016674
(5+2) C+
s#7
1. d6 Dg4! 2. Lb6 Df5! 3. Lg4 De6! 4. Lf5 Dd7! 5. Le6 Dxe6 6. d7+ Dxd7 7. Db7+ Dxb7#
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Keywords: stufenweise Abdrängung
Genre: s#
Computer test: SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-09-29)
FEN: K1k5/Q2q4/8/B2P4/8/7B/8/8
Input: Selbstmatt-Miniaturen/Reflexmatt-Miniaturen, 2004-05-01
Last update: Erich Bartel, 2020-09-29 more...
20 - P1017980
Lionel Sharples Penrose
London Observer 1921
1. Preis
P1017980
(9+9) C+
#2
1. ... Tg2 2.Lf3#
1. ... Lg2 2. Dxe3#
1. ... e2 2. Sd2#

1. Kh5! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Tg2 2. Df3#
1. ... Lg2 2. Dg4#
1. ... e2 2. Dxd3#
1. ... Txf1 2. Dg4#
1. ... Txg3 2. Sxg3#
1. ... Lf3+ 2. Dxf3#
1. ... d2 2. Lc2#
1. ... Kxf5 2. Df4#
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BS Problemid: 2813
Authors: Penrose, Lionel Sharples
Sources: The Problemist 2001
Het Belgisch Schaakbord (L'Echiquier Belge) 1947
Mate in Two Moves 1931
Simple Two-move Themes 1924
Years: 1920
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (2813)
Genre: 2#
Computer test: SCHRECKE: C+, popeye 4.85 (2020-11-17)
FEN: 8/2Np4/3P1p1B/3RpP2/4k1K1/3pp1Q1/5p2/3B1Nrb
Reprints: 32B Simple Two-move Themes 1924
Neues Wiener Tagblatt 16/07/1944
Het Belgisch Schaakbord 1947
The Problemist 2001
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-08-12
Last update: Erich Bartel, 2020-11-17 more...
21 - P1022334
Benjamin Glover Laws
Jamaica Gleaner 1885
2. Platz
P1022334
(9+6)
#2
1. Da5! (Zugzwang)
1. ... bxa5 2. Lc5#
1. ... a6 2. Dxb6#
1. ... Ld2 2. Dxd2#
1. ... La3,Lb2 2. Dd2#
1. ... Kf2 2. Sxg4#
1. ... Kd4 2. Dc3#
1. ... f2 2. Dc3#
1. ... Lh3,Lg4~ 2. De1#
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BS Problemid: 7190
Authors: Laws, Benjamin G
Sources: Chess Problem Text Book 1887
An English Bohemian 1933
Years: 1885
Henrik Juel: C+ Popeye 4.61
The beautiful key is a seemingly pointless queen sacrifice giving a flight
But it lets White control e1 (2020-11-16)
comment
Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (7190)
Genre: 2#
FEN: 8/p7/1p1B1N2/1P6/2B3bR/4kpP1/Q7/1Nb4K
Reprints: 5904 Deutsche Schachzeitung 11/1885
131 The Chess Problem: Text-Book with Illustrations 1886
47 Sammlung leichterer Schachaufgaben III 1887
An English Bohemian 1933
Neues Wiener Tagblatt 09/04/1944
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-08-12
Last update: Mario Richter, 2020-11-16 more...
22 - P1025292
C. G. Sathya Narayanan
The Problemist 1991
3. Preis
P1025292
(11+7)
#2
1. La1,Lc~? droht 2. Tc3#
1. ... Sd6 2. Dd4#
1. ... Dxb5 2. De5#, aber 1. ... De4!
1. Ld4!? droht 2. Tc3,Tc~#
1. ... Dxb5 2. De5#, aber 1. ... Sd6!
1. Le5!!? droht 2. Tc3#
1. ... Sd6 2. Sxe3#, aber 1. ... Dxb5!
1. Lf6! droht 2. Tc3#
1. ... De4 2. Db7#
1. ... Sd6 2. Txd6#
1. ... Dxb5 2. Df7#
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BS Problemid: 10170
Authors: Narayanan, Chithathuz Gopatan Sathya
Sources:
Years: 1991
SCHRECKE: C+, popeye 4.85 (2020-10-30)
comment
Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (10170), White correction, Changed mates, Batteriematt diagonal, discovered checkmate
Genre: 2#
FEN: r3q3/6Q1/1R5r/pPPk1nN1/2R2P2/1BB1p3/K1N5/8
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-08-12
Last update: Gunter Jordan, 2020-10-30 more...
23 - P1027381
Erich Brunner
Deutsches Wochenschach 1908
P1027381
(5+3)
#2
1. Sb3? Db4!
1. Sf3? Dxe4!
1. Sf1? Dh7!
1. Lg6? Df6!

1. Sc4! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Dxe4+ 2. Lxe4#
1. ... Dg5,Df6,Dd8,Dh7 2. Te1#
1. ... De5,De6,Da7,De8,Db4,Dc5 2. Th4#
1. ... Dd6,Dh4,Da3,Df8,Db7,Dc7,Dd7,Dg7,Df7 2. Te1#,Th4#
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Sally: 1.Sc4! -Dd6,2.Te1#/Th4#. 1.-Dc5,2.Th4#. 1.-Dxc4,2.Lxe4#.
1.Sb3? - Db4!. 1. Sf3? - Dxe4.Sf1? - Dh7! 1. Lg6? - Df6!
Brennpunkt mit Verführungen.
S. 45 s. Report April 1991.
s. 24. Brunner . Ein Künstler und Deuter des S. Problems. (2010-07-06)
Henrik Juel: Slightly damaged by the mate dual by the 'remaining' defences by De7 (2020-11-13)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (12265)
Genre: 2#
FEN: 8/4q3/8/5B2/4R3/6Q1/1p1N4/1K5k
Reprints: 3 Reichspost (Wien) 21/10/1917
17a Allgemeine Zeitung Chemnitz 10/03/1929
24 Erich Brunner - Ein Künstler und Deuter des Schachproblems , p. 24, 1958
2a-77 2345 Chess Problems 1997
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-08-12
Last update: Mario Richter, 2020-11-13 more...
24 - P1027381
Erich Brunner
Deutsches Wochenschach 1908
P1027381
(5+3)
#2
1. Sb3? Db4!
1. Sf3? Dxe4!
1. Sf1? Dh7!
1. Lg6? Df6!

1. Sc4! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Dxe4+ 2. Lxe4#
1. ... Dg5,Df6,Dd8,Dh7 2. Te1#
1. ... De5,De6,Da7,De8,Db4,Dc5 2. Th4#
1. ... Dd6,Dh4,Da3,Df8,Db7,Dc7,Dd7,Dg7,Df7 2. Te1#,Th4#
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Sally: 1.Sc4! -Dd6,2.Te1#/Th4#. 1.-Dc5,2.Th4#. 1.-Dxc4,2.Lxe4#.
1.Sb3? - Db4!. 1. Sf3? - Dxe4.Sf1? - Dh7! 1. Lg6? - Df6!
Brennpunkt mit Verführungen.
S. 45 s. Report April 1991.
s. 24. Brunner . Ein Künstler und Deuter des S. Problems. (2010-07-06)
Henrik Juel: Slightly damaged by the mate dual by the 'remaining' defences by De7 (2020-11-13)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (12265)
Genre: 2#
FEN: 8/4q3/8/5B2/4R3/6Q1/1p1N4/1K5k
Reprints: 3 Reichspost (Wien) 21/10/1917
17a Allgemeine Zeitung Chemnitz 10/03/1929
24 Erich Brunner - Ein Künstler und Deuter des Schachproblems , p. 24, 1958
2a-77 2345 Chess Problems 1997
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-08-12
Last update: Mario Richter, 2020-11-13 more...
25 - P1033263
Josef Retter
The Problemist 1985
2. Preis
P1033263
(9+7)
#2

BS Problemid: 18174
Authors: Retter, Yosef
Sources: FIDE Album (1983-1985) 1992
Years: 1985
SCHRECKE: C+, popeye 4.85
1.Ld1! (2.Lb3#)
1. ... D:f4+ 2.S:f4#
1. ... D:d3 2.Df5#
1. ... Db6 2.D:e4#
1. ... Dc5 2.De5#
1. ... Dd4 2.Df7# (2020-11-23)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (18174)
Genre: 2#
FEN: 8/2p5/R1P4K/3k4/R3pQBp/B2Nq2N/3p4/6b1
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-08-12
Last update: Roland Ott, 2020-11-23 more...
26 - P1033552
Valeriu Petrovici
Mirko Degenkolbe

Buletin Problemistic 1998
1.-2. Preis ex aequo
Coupe de la Federation de Roumanie des Echecs
P1033552
(10+8)
#2
1. Dxh3? droht 2. Se6#
1. ... Se4!,Sb4!

1. Dxg1? droht 2. Dxf2#
1. ... Dg2!,Sb4!

1. Dxf3! droht 2. Td5#
1. ... Dxf3+ 2. Sxf3#
1. ... Le6 2. Sxe6#
1. ... Se4 2. Dd3#
1. ... c6 2. De3#
1. ... Sc3 2. Lxc3#
1. ... Sb4 2. c3#
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BS Problemid: 18463
Authors: Petrovici, Valeriu
Sources:
Years: 1988
Henrik Juel: C+ Popeye 4.61 (2020-10-05)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (18463), White correction, Gegenschach, Checking key, Sacrifice key
Genre: 2#
FEN: K7/2p5/3P4/B3R1N1/3k1P2/1P3pQb/n1P2n1P/6bq
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-08-12
Last update: Felber, Volker, 2020-10-05 more...
27 - P1033612
Renato di Vincenzi
Problemi di Scacchi Inediti 1989
P1033612
(5+3) C+
#2
1. Sd3! Kxc4 2. Db4#
1. ... Ke4 2. Dxe5#
1. ... dxc4 2. Dxe5#
1. ... e4 2. Dc5#
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (18523)
Genre: 2#
Computer test: SCHRECKE: C+, popeye 4.85 (2020-11-06)
FEN: 8/4Q3/8/2Npp3/2Pk4/8/3KP3/8
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-08-12
Last update: Erich Bartel, 2020-11-07 more...
28 - P1037955
Fritz Emil Giegold
Die Welt 1956
1. Spezialpreis
P1037955
(6+5)
#4
1. Le1 Kb6 2. Lf2! Ka7,Kc6 3. Sc4 d5xc4 4. d5#
2. ... Ka5 3. Kb7 Kb4 4. Le1#
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Zuerst muß man dem schwazen König ein Feld zur Verfügung stellen, damit kein Patt eintritt. Alles basiert auf Zugzwang. Das überraschende Läufermanöver der ersten beiden Züge ist eine Hinterstellung.
Henrik Juel: C+ Popeye 4.61 (2020-09-20)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (22905), ambush, anticipated (P1352319)
Genre: n#
FEN: 2K5/2N5/2kp4/B2p4/p2P4/p3N3/P7/8
Reprints: 107 200 Problematische Einfälle und Ideen [Giegold] 1982
200 Schachrätsel [Lossa] , p. 11, 1984
9 Schach für Nußknacker 1994
3136 Der Standard (Wien) 01/08/2020
3197 Scobs lignea 20/08/2020
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-08-12
Last update: Erich Bartel, 2020-09-20 more...
29 - P1038125
Denis M. Saunders
Juan Kloostra

C7426 The Problemist 09/1987
P1038125
(13+6) C+
#4
1. Tf7! Tf4, T~ 2. La2+ Kxc2 3. Txf4, ~xT Kd3 4. 0-0-0#
1. ... Tg5 2. Lxg5 h4 3. Txf3 h3, exf3 4. Se2#, e4#
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BS Problemid: 23075
Authors: Saunders, Denis M
Kloostra, Juan
Sources: The Wizard of Oz 1999
Years: 1987
Im 'Problemist' ist der zweite Autor als "Jan Kloostra" angegeben
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (23075), Belen Theme
Genre: n#
Computer test: Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force
FEN: 8/7R/1P6/2P2r1p/N2Pp2B/2p1Pp2/2P2P2/RBk1K1N1
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-08-12
Last update: Mario Richter, 2020-09-23 more...
30 - P1038981
Henry D'Oyly Bernard
The Chess Amateur 1918
ehrende Erwähnung
P1038981
(5+6)
#2
1. Sb8! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Tc5 2. De6#
1. ... Ta1,Ta5-a* 2. Db5#
1. ... Tb5 2. Dxb5#
1. ... Kc5 2. Dc6#
1. ... f4 2. Dh5#
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BS Problemid: 23935
Authors: Bernard, Henry D'Oyly
Sources: All Change Here! 1919
Years: 1918
SCHRECKE: C+, popeye 4.85 (2020-11-17)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (23935)
Genre: 2#
FEN: 4Q3/6N1/N2p4/r2k1p2/1p6/1p1K4/1P6/8
Reprints: Neues Wiener Tagblatt 18/06/1944
2f-803 2345 Chess Problems 1997
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-08-12
Last update: Mario Richter, 2020-11-17 more...
31 - P1039270
George C. Alvey
Surrey Weekly Press 05/1919
P1039270
(5+5)
#2
1. ... Lxf4 2. Dxf4#
1. ... Ld2 2. Sd3#
1. ... Th1,Tg1,Tf1,Te1 2. Sd3#
1. ... d4 2. De7#

1. Td3! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Lxf4 2. De7#
1. ... Ld2 2. Txd5#
1. ... Th1,Tg1,Tf1,Te1 2. Txd5#
1. ... d4 2. Dxd4#
1. ... Le3 2. Txe3#
1. ... La3,Lb2 2. Te3#
1. ... Txd3 2. Sxd3#
1. ... Td2 2. Te3#
1. ... Sf7,Sg6 2. Sg6#,Sxg6#
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BS Problemid: 24225
Authors: Alvey, George Clarence Vincent
Sources: All Change Here! 1919
Simple Two-move Themes 1924
Years: 1919
SCHRECKE: C+, popeye 4.85 (2020-11-17)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (24225)
Genre: 2#
FEN: 7n/6K1/8/3pk3/1Q3NB1/5R2/8/2br4
Reprints: 31D Simple Two-move Themes 1924
Neues Wiener Tagblatt 25/06/1944
2f-805 2345 Chess Problems 1997
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-08-12
Last update: Mario Richter, 2020-11-17 more...
32 - P1039381
Alain C. White
Good Companions 1920
P1039381
(7+3)
#2
1. Da1! Zugzwang
1. ... Db2+ 2. Lc3#
1. ... Dxa1+ 2. c3#
1. ... Lb2+ 2. c3#
1. ... Lxd2 2. Dxb1#
1. ... Dxb3 2. Dxc1#
1. ... Dxc2,Da2 2. Dxc1#,Lc3#,Lb4#,La5#
play all play one stop play next play all
Sally: 1. Da1! - Dxa1, 2. Bc4#. 1. .. - Dxb3, 2. Dxc1#, 1. .. - Db2, 2. Lc3#. 1. ..Dxc2, 2. Dxc1#, 1. .. Lxd2, 2. Dxb1#.
Der erstaunlichste Schlüsselzug im ganzen Reich des Pr. Schachs.
S. 354S. Sammelsurium (H. Kastner; Humbold - Buch). (2010-10-19)
Henrik Juel: After 1.Da1 Dxa1+ follows the cross-check 2.c3# (2012-02-10)
Henrik Juel: Damaged by the duals after 1... Dxc2,Da2
But countless editors reprinted the problem because of the amazing key and the dual avoidance after 1... Dxa1+,Db2+, and it deservedly found a place in the retrospective FIDE Album (2020-11-17)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (24337)
Genre: 2#
FEN: 3R3K/8/5Q2/8/5N2/1B6/2PB4/1qbk4
Reprints: 64C Simple Two-move Themes 1924
Neues Wiener Tagblatt 23/04/1944
531 Szachy 04/1950
Im Wunderland des Schachproblems , p. 11, 1958
5 Volksstimme (Chemnitz) 11/06/1960
1696 Szachy 03/1970
FIDE Album 1914-1944/I 1971
XV Szachy 05/1971
87 Schach ohne Partner [Grasemann] 1977
52 Rätselvolle Schachaufgaben 1980
3 Szachy 08/1984
2c-389 2345 Chess Problems 1997
J Die Schwalbe 176, p. 60, 04/1999
111 Problemas para gente sin problemas 2003
Das Schach-Sammelsurium , p. 354, 2008
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-08-12
Last update: Mario Richter, 2020-11-16 more...
33 - P1039381
Alain C. White
Good Companions 1920
P1039381
(7+3)
#2
1. Da1! Zugzwang
1. ... Db2+ 2. Lc3#
1. ... Dxa1+ 2. c3#
1. ... Lb2+ 2. c3#
1. ... Lxd2 2. Dxb1#
1. ... Dxb3 2. Dxc1#
1. ... Dxc2,Da2 2. Dxc1#,Lc3#,Lb4#,La5#
play all play one stop play next play all
Sally: 1. Da1! - Dxa1, 2. Bc4#. 1. .. - Dxb3, 2. Dxc1#, 1. .. - Db2, 2. Lc3#. 1. ..Dxc2, 2. Dxc1#, 1. .. Lxd2, 2. Dxb1#.
Der erstaunlichste Schlüsselzug im ganzen Reich des Pr. Schachs.
S. 354S. Sammelsurium (H. Kastner; Humbold - Buch). (2010-10-19)
Henrik Juel: After 1.Da1 Dxa1+ follows the cross-check 2.c3# (2012-02-10)
Henrik Juel: Damaged by the duals after 1... Dxc2,Da2
But countless editors reprinted the problem because of the amazing key and the dual avoidance after 1... Dxa1+,Db2+, and it deservedly found a place in the retrospective FIDE Album (2020-11-17)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (24337)
Genre: 2#
FEN: 3R3K/8/5Q2/8/5N2/1B6/2PB4/1qbk4
Reprints: 64C Simple Two-move Themes 1924
Neues Wiener Tagblatt 23/04/1944
531 Szachy 04/1950
Im Wunderland des Schachproblems , p. 11, 1958
5 Volksstimme (Chemnitz) 11/06/1960
1696 Szachy 03/1970
FIDE Album 1914-1944/I 1971
XV Szachy 05/1971
87 Schach ohne Partner [Grasemann] 1977
52 Rätselvolle Schachaufgaben 1980
3 Szachy 08/1984
2c-389 2345 Chess Problems 1997
J Die Schwalbe 176, p. 60, 04/1999
111 Problemas para gente sin problemas 2003
Das Schach-Sammelsurium , p. 354, 2008
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-08-12
Last update: Mario Richter, 2020-11-16 more...
34 - P1039381
Alain C. White
Good Companions 1920
P1039381
(7+3)
#2
1. Da1! Zugzwang
1. ... Db2+ 2. Lc3#
1. ... Dxa1+ 2. c3#
1. ... Lb2+ 2. c3#
1. ... Lxd2 2. Dxb1#
1. ... Dxb3 2. Dxc1#
1. ... Dxc2,Da2 2. Dxc1#,Lc3#,Lb4#,La5#
play all play one stop play next play all
Sally: 1. Da1! - Dxa1, 2. Bc4#. 1. .. - Dxb3, 2. Dxc1#, 1. .. - Db2, 2. Lc3#. 1. ..Dxc2, 2. Dxc1#, 1. .. Lxd2, 2. Dxb1#.
Der erstaunlichste Schlüsselzug im ganzen Reich des Pr. Schachs.
S. 354S. Sammelsurium (H. Kastner; Humbold - Buch). (2010-10-19)
Henrik Juel: After 1.Da1 Dxa1+ follows the cross-check 2.c3# (2012-02-10)
Henrik Juel: Damaged by the duals after 1... Dxc2,Da2
But countless editors reprinted the problem because of the amazing key and the dual avoidance after 1... Dxa1+,Db2+, and it deservedly found a place in the retrospective FIDE Album (2020-11-17)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (24337)
Genre: 2#
FEN: 3R3K/8/5Q2/8/5N2/1B6/2PB4/1qbk4
Reprints: 64C Simple Two-move Themes 1924
Neues Wiener Tagblatt 23/04/1944
531 Szachy 04/1950
Im Wunderland des Schachproblems , p. 11, 1958
5 Volksstimme (Chemnitz) 11/06/1960
1696 Szachy 03/1970
FIDE Album 1914-1944/I 1971
XV Szachy 05/1971
87 Schach ohne Partner [Grasemann] 1977
52 Rätselvolle Schachaufgaben 1980
3 Szachy 08/1984
2c-389 2345 Chess Problems 1997
J Die Schwalbe 176, p. 60, 04/1999
111 Problemas para gente sin problemas 2003
Das Schach-Sammelsurium , p. 354, 2008
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-08-12
Last update: Mario Richter, 2020-11-16 more...
35 - P1039730
Comins Mansfield
Morning Post 1923
P1039730
(5+4)
#2
* 1. ... Tg1,Th2,d3 2. S1d2,Sg3,De7#

1. Da6! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Tf2,T~2 2. Dg6#
1. ... Tg3,Tg~ 2. De2#
1. ... d3 2. De6#
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BS Problemid: 24686
Authors: Mansfield, Comins
Sources: Chess Problems: Introduction to an Art 1963
Complete Mansfield (Volume I) 1996
Simple Two-move Themes 1924
A Genius of the Two-mover 1936
Years: 1923
Henrik Juel: C+ Popeye 4.61, except for analogous minor duals in set play (after 1... Td2,Tg3) and solution (after 1... Te2,Tg6) (2020-11-17)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (24686)
Genre: 2#
FEN: 8/3K1R2/8/3p4/3pk3/Q4N2/6r1/5N2
Reprints: 41E Simple Two-move Themes 1924
215 Atputa 318 05/12/1930
Neues Wiener Tagblatt 23/01/1944
189 Der Schachspiegel , p. 31, 02/1949
2f-817 2345 Chess Problems 1997
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-08-12
Last update: Mario Richter, 2020-11-16 more...
36 - P1042904
Johannes Kohtz
Carl Kockelkorn

Le Palamede 1865
2. ehrende Erwähnung
Pariser Turnier
Motto: Aut Caesar aut nihil
P1042904
(6+6) C+
#5
1. Kh5 droht 2. Kh6 ... 3. Kh7 ... 4. Kh8 ... 5. Dh7#
2. ... Sg4+ 3. Kg5
1. ... La2 2. Kh6 Lc4 3. Sg5+
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AZW: Das obige berühmte Problem hat eine scharfe Pointe. In vollendeter Darstellung wird hier der Königsmarsch bis h8 vorgeführt. Wie ersichtlich, kann auf 1. Kh4-h5 nur der schwarze Läufer ziehen, worauf der König seinen Marsch fortsetzt, bis schließlich nach 4. Kh8 der Dame das Feld h7 zum Matt freigemacht wird.
Sally: Palamede - Turnier Paris 1865, ehr. Erw.
1. Kh5! - La2,2. Kh6 - Lc4,3.Kh7 - 5,4. Kh8 -Lxc6,5. Dh7# (2010-06-28)
Sally: Nr. 71 Klassik pur ( W.Böhringer).Nr. 269 Rätselvolle S.
Aufgaben (G. Murkisch); Nr. 314 Ideengeschichte (Breuer).
S. 81 Ajedrez Espectacular (A. Haik & C. Forsari 2001). (2010-10-21)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (27871), Bahnung, Räumung
Genre: n#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
FEN: 8/8/2B1N3/3rp3/4k2K/7Q/2r3Pn/1b1N4
Reprints: 244 Neue Berliner Illustrierte , p. 28, 01/1866
2171 Schachzeitung , p. 59, 02/1866
1078 Leipziger Illustrirte Zeitung 10/02/1866
(a) Schweizerische Schachzeitung , p. 24, 11/1902
53 Arbeiter-Zeitung (Wien) 24/08/1913
The White King 1914
269 Rätselvolle Schachaufgaben 1980
314 Beispiele zur Ideengeschichte des Schachproblems 1982
Ajedrez Espectacular [Haik&Fornasari] , p. 81, 2001
71 Klassik pur! [Böhringer] 2005
Die Schwalbe 268, p. 535, 08/2014
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-08-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2020-10-15 more...
37 - P1051832
Conrad Bayer
Recueil de Problemes 1860
Ehrende Erwähnung
Regence-Turnier
P1051832
(8+12) C+
#5
1. Dxb7 Ta6 2. Dg2 Txe1 3. Da8 droht 4. Sf7+ Lxf7 5. Dh8#
3. ... Txe2 4. Sc6+ Txc6 5. Dxa1#
3. ... d5 4. Db8+ Td6 5. Sc6#
3. ... Sf3+ 4. Dxf3 Txe2,d5 5. Df4#
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Sally: °
1. Dxb7!- Ta6,
2. Dg2(droht Lxg3+)
2. .... - Txe1,
3. Da8 (droht Sf7+)
3. ... - Txe2!,
4. Sc6 - Txc6,
5. Dxa1#.
Ein altdeutsches Rätsel: Wie kann die wD auf h1 mattsetzen?
Die Antwort lautet: Die beiden Türme müssen durch zusammengesetzte Weglenkungen gezwungen werden, den Richtpunkt a1 aufzugeben. Leider ist das Schlagen des sBh7
alles andere als zweckrein; Weiß profitiert während der ganzen Kombination davon! So scheitert :
2. Da8? nicht nur an 2. - Tb8, sondern auch an 2. - d5! (2019-01-23)
Henrik Juel: solution
1.Dxb7 Ta6 2.Dg2 Txe1 3.Da8 thr. 4.Sf7+ Lxf7 5.Dh8#
3... Txe2 4.Sc6+ Txc6 5.Dxa1#
3... d5 4.Db8+ Td6 5.Sc6#
3... Sf3+ 4.Dxf3 Txe2,d5 5.Df4#
(other defenses allow short mate)
C+ by Popeye 4.61
(except for some mate duals in the 3... Sf3+ variation) (2019-01-24)
athulin: This problem was actually part of the 1 pr. set, not just n hm/eE problem. (2020-10-08)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (36872)
Genre: n#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
FEN: 3N2b1/1p1Qp3/3pp3/4k1K1/2P5/3P2p1/r2nN2P/br2Bn2
Reprints: 39 Schachzeitung , p. 174, 06/1862
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-08-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2019-01-24 more...
38 - P1056473
Samuel Loyd
Problem Paradise 1900
P1056473
(6+3)
#3

BS Problemid: 41526
Authors: Loyd, Sam
Sources: Problem Paradise 2000
Years: 1900
SCHRECKE: C+, popeye 4.85
1.Se5! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Kf5 2.Sc5 K:e5 3.Dg5#, 2. ... Kf6 3.Df4#
1. ... Kd5 2.Sc5 K:c5 3.Da5#, 2. ... K:e5 3.Dg5#
1. ... K:e5 2.Dg5+ Ke4 3.Sd2#, 2. ... Ke6 3.Sc5# (2020-11-12)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (41526)
Genre: 3#
FEN: 8/3R4/3P4/8/3pk1N1/1N1p4/3Q4/4K3
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-08-12
Last update: Roland Ott, 2020-11-12 more...
39 - P1059762
Aleksandr Kuzovkov
Shakhmaty v SSSR 1985
P1059762
(8+10)
#2

BS Problemid: 44831
Authors: Kuzovkov, Aleksandr
Sources: The Problemist 2002
FIDE Album (1983-1985) 1992
Years: 1985
SCHRECKE: C+, popeye 4.85
1.Sb4! (2.Dd5#)
1. ... L:e4 2.D:c5#
1. ... d:e6 2.Sc6#
1. ... Th5 2.S:c2#
1. ... Se5 2.D:e5#
1.. .. Sf4,Se7 2.De5# (2020-11-23)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (44831)
Genre: 2#
FEN: 8/3p2p1/p2KP1n1/N1pN1Q2/2PkP3/b1p3R1/2b4r/8
Reprints: The Problemist 1985
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-08-12
Last update: Roland Ott, 2020-11-23 more...
40 - P1064675
C. G. Sathya Narayanan
The Problemist 1989
P1064675
(9+12)
#2
1. Sc2,Sd~? droht 2. Tc5#
1. ... Sxf2 2. Dh5#
1. ... e3 2. Df3#, aber 1. ... Dxc4!
1. Sf5!? droht 2. Tc5#
1. ... Dxc4 2. Sfe7#, aber 1. ... Sxf2!
1. Sf3!!? droht 2. Tc5#
1. ... Dxc4 2. Sge7#
1. ... Sxf2 2. Sxf4#, aber 1. ... e3!
1. Se2! droht 2. Tc5#
1. ... Dxc4 2. Sc3#
1. ... Sxf2 2. Sexf4#
1. ... e3 2. Dxd3#
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BS Problemid: 49766
Authors: Narayanan, Chithathuz Gopatan Sathya
Sources: Chess Wizardry: The New ABC of Chess Problems 1996
Years: 1989
Henrik Juel: Slightly damaged by the double threat 2.Tc5,Txb4# (2020-10-31)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (49766), White correction
Genre: 2#
FEN: 4n3/3p4/R5Np/pP1k4/rqRNpp2/1B1p3n/5B1K/3Q1b2
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-08-12
Last update: Gunter Jordan, 2020-10-30 more...
41 - P1067085
Heinz Zander
Problemkiste 12/1996
P1067085
(10+7) C+
s#6
1. Ta8 Kh7 2. Lh4 Kh8 (Lxg2) 3. Sg5 Lxg2 (Kh8) 4. Se7+ Lxa8 5. Sxg6+ Kg8 6. Dd5+ Lxd5#
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Genre: s#
Computer test: SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-10-26)
FEN: 5RNk/6p1/4N1p1/6B1/6p1/P5Pb/Kp4P1/bB5Q
Input: Frank Müller, 2004-11-01
Last update: Erich Bartel, 2020-10-26 more...
42 - P1076212
Steven B. Dowd
Mirko Degenkolbe

4226 The Ural's Problemist 2006
Lob
P1076212
(12+10)
h#18
1. Kg6 e5 2. Lxb1 Kxb1 3. Kf7 Ka1 4. Ke8 Kb1 5. Kd8 Ka1 6. Kc8 Kb1 7. Kb7 Ka1 8. Kc6 Kb1 9. Kd5 Ka1 10. Kxe5 Kb1 11. Kxd6 Ka1 12. Kc6 Kb1 13. d5 Ka1 14. d4 cxd4 15. c3 dxc3 16. Kd5 Lf4 17. gxf4 g5 18. Kc4 Lxe6#
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SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-10-04)
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Genre: h#
FEN: 8/3p4/3Pp3/1p4pk/1Pp1P1P1/1pPp2pB/1PbP2P1/KRB5
Input: hpr, 2008-03-26
Last update: Felber, Volker, 2020-10-03 more...
43 - P1081611
Hans Peter Rehm
S1028v The Problemist 05/1985
1. Preis
P1081611
(6+8) cooked
s#8
1. Lc7? droht 2. Db5+ Sxb5#
1. ... d3 2. Le5 c2!

1. De7+! Kc6 2. Ld7+ Kd5 3. De6+ Kc5 4. Lc7 Sd2 5. De7+ Kd5 6. Le6+ Kc6 7. Dd7+ Kc5 8. Db5+ Sxb5#
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Original (ohne sBa7) mit NL in 6 Zügen.
Korrektur des Autors (+sBa7) in 11/1985, Seite 106.
Cook: NL 1. Lf6! droht 2. Db5+ Kd6 3. Dd5+ Kc7 4. Le5+ Kb6 5. Db7+ Kc5 6. Db5+ Sxb5#
1. ... Kb6? 2. Db7+ Kc5 3. Le5 ... 4. Db5+ Sxb5#
Rolf Wiehagen: Valery Kirillov points out that the problem can be corrected by wBd8--a5, C+. (2020-10-01)
Gerald Ettl: In meiner Datenbank steht als Verbesserung sBa7 nach g7. Allerdings weiss ich nicht, ob das C+ ist. (2020-10-02)
Rolf Wiehagen: Valery Kirillov points out that bPa7 to g7 is cooked, in 7 moves:
1.De7+ Kc6 2.Ld7+ Kd5 3.De6+ Kc5 4.Lc7 Sd2 5.Db6+ Kd5 6.Db7+ Kc5 7.Db5+ Sxb5# (2020-10-26)
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Keywords: Interchange (DL)
Genre: s#
FEN: 3B4/p2Q4/P3B3/2k5/K2pp3/nPp5/8/rn6
Reprints: 595 FIDE Album 1983-1985 1992
Input: HBae, 2009-02-06
Last update: Marcin Banaszek, 2020-10-01 more...
44 - P1082218
Pavlos N. Moutecidis
597v Problemnoter 02/1956
1. Lob
P1082218
(8+5) C+
s#6
1. Td1 Ka5 2. b4+ Kxb4 3. Kd3 Ka5 4. b4+ Kxb4 5. Ld2+ Ka3 6. Kc3 b4#
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Der Zwilling b) wLc2 wurde wegen NL gestrichen (11/1956, S. 279)
Später gab es noch eine weitere Korrekturfassung (2059)
SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-10-06)
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Keywords: Pendulum
Genre: s#
FEN: 8/1p6/bp6/1p6/1k1P4/1P1RP3/1PQ1K3/2B5
Input: HBae, 2009-02-06
Last update: Marcin Banaszek, 2020-10-12 more...
45 - P1083270
Klaus Wenda
6602v Schach-Echo 06/1971
6. Preis
P1083270
(9+5)
s#6
Circe
1. d8=L+ Txd8[+wLc1] 2. f8=T+ Txf8[+wTa1] 3. g8=S+ Txg8[+wSb1] 4. Se4+ Ke6 5. hxg8=D[+sTa8]+ Txg8[+wDd1] 6. Dc4+ Sxc4#
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vom Verfasser verbessert in Problemkiste 06/1994 Tg3 nach h3
SCHRECKE: C+, popeye 4.85 (2020-11-05)
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Keywords: Allumwandlung, Circe
Genre: Fairies
FEN: 1r6/2QP1PPP/5k2/2N3R1/1B6/np5r/1K6/8
Reprints: feenschach 16, p. 121, 08/1973
Problemkiste 06/1994
Input: HBae, 2009-02-06
Last update: HBae, 2015-12-30 more...
46 - P1085026
Steven B. Dowd
Mirko Degenkolbe

325 Problem-Forum 2006
F.Pachl zum GM-Titel gewidmet
P1085026
(11+9)
h#18
0.1...
1. ... La2 2. Kh6 Lb1 3. Kg7 La2 4. Kf8 Lb1 5. Ke8 La2 6. Kd8 Lb1 7. Kc8 La2 8. Kb7 Lb1 9. Kb6 La2 10. Kc5 Lb1 11. Kxd6 La2 12. Kxd5 Lb1 13. Ke4 La2 14. d5 Lb1 15. d4 La2 16. d3 Lb1 17. dxc2+ Sxc2 18. Kxf5 Sd4#
play all play one stop play next play all
klären: evtl. Problem-Echo 2006
SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-10-04)
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Genre: h#
FEN: 8/3p1p2/3P1p2/3P1P1k/1p3Pp1/1Pp1p1P1/2PpP3/NB1K4
Input: hpr, 2009-05-29
Last update: Felber, Volker, 2020-10-03 more...
47 - P1085071
Steven B. Dowd
Mirko Degenkolbe

369 Problem-Forum 2006
P1085071
(11+10)
h#21
1. b6 Lf8 2. b5 Lg7 3. b4 Lxh8 4. Kxh8 La2 5. Lh7 Lb1 6. Kg8 La2 7. Kf8 Lb1 8. Ke8 La2 9. Kd8 Lb1 10. Kc8 La2 11. Kb7 Lb1 12. Kc6 La2 13. Kxd6 Lb1 14. Ke6 La2 15. d5 Lb1 16. d4 La2 17. d3 Lb1 18. dxc2 Lxc2 19. Lg8 Le4 20. fxe4 Sc2 21. Kf5 Sd4#
play all play one stop play next play all
SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-10-29)
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Genre: h#
FEN: 6br/1p1pBp1k/3P1Pp1/5pP1/5PpK/1Pp3P1/2P5/NB6
Input: hpr, 2009-05-30
Last update: hpr, 2009-05-30 more...
48 - P1098397
Josef Kupper
S1876 The Problemist 07/2001
P1098397
(8+2) C+
s#5
1. Sf4 gxf4 2. Tc3 f3 3. Da4 Ke2 4. Dd1+ Kf2 5. Tg2+ fxg2#
1. Sf4 g4 2. Sh3+ gxh3 3. Da5 Ke2 4. Tf1 Kxf1 5. Tg2 hxg2#
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Genre: s#
Computer test: A. Baumann: Gustav 4.1 d
FEN: 8/8/Q2P4/6p1/8/P5R1/4Nk1P/6RK
Input: Frank Müller, 2010-01-22
Last update: Olaf Jenkner, 2020-11-23 more...
49 - P1098417
Angel D. Zlatanov
S1896 The Problemist 11/2001
P1098417
(16+6) C+
s#7
1. e8=L! Se3 2. Db4+ Sc4 3. Lh6 gxh6 4. Lb7 h5 5. Kc8 h4 6. Td8 h3 7. Db6+ Sxb6#
1. ... Sc3 2. Dxf4+ Se4 3. Lh6 gxh6 4. Lf7 h5 5. Ke8 h4 6. Td8 h3 7. Df6+ Sxf6#
1. ... Sxf2 2. Se5+ Sd3 3. Lh6 gxh6 4. c7 h5 5. e3+ fxe3 6. Db4+ Sxb4 7. Sc6 Sxc6#
play all play one stop play next play all
SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-11-13)
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Keywords: Echo-Manöver
Genre: s#
FEN: 2BK4/3RP1p1/2Pb2P1/R5B1/3k1p2/1P1N1P2/1pPQPP2/1N1n4
Input: Frank Müller, 2010-01-22
Last update: Marcin Banaszek, 2020-11-18 more...
50 - P1107377
Jorma Pitkänen
Aleksandr Chistyakov

S1930 The Problemist 09/2002
P1107377
(9+4) C+
s#6
1. Sb3 c5 2. Le6 c4 3. Sh3+ Ke4 4. Te3+ Sxe3 5. Df3+ Sxf3 6. d3+ cxd3#
play all play one stop play next play all
SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-11-12)
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Genre: s#
FEN: 5Q2/2B5/2p5/2N1nnN1/2B2k2/6R1/3PKP2/8
Input: Frank Müller, 2010-06-07
Last update: Marcin Banaszek, 2020-11-12 more...
51 - P1116936
Karl Helmer Holm
1640 Problem 69-72 07/1960
2. ehr. Erw.
P1116936
(6+1)
#3
* 1. ... Kb5 2. Sd6+ Ka6 3. Lb7#

1. Sd8 Kb5 2. Ld5 Ka6 3. Lc4#
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ZK3LS mm
Originalfassung verdruckt
SCHRECKE: C+, popeye 4.85 (2020-11-05)
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Keywords: Miniature Collection (0038965)
Genre: 3#
FEN: B7/1N6/kP6/P7/8/KN6/8/8
Input: Felber, Volker, 2010-09-11
Last update: Rainer Staudte, 2020-11-05 more...
52 - P1124387
Cristian Niculae
1258 Buletin Problemistic 40 7-12/1983
P1124387
(5+2)
#2
1. Sh6! Kf4 2. De3#
1. ... Ke5 2. Dd4#
1. ... Kd5 2. Dd4#
1. ... Kf3 2. Dg4#
1. ... Kd3 2. De3#
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Henrik Juel: C+ Popeye 4.61 (2020-11-21)
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Keywords: Miniature Collection (0250335)
Genre: 2#
FEN: 3N4/7p/1B6/8/4k1N1/1K6/8/6Q1
Input: Felber, Volker, 2010-09-11
Last update: Rainer Staudte, 2020-11-21 more...
53 - P1131446
Baldur Kozdon
104 Problem-Forum 16 12/2003
3. Preis
P1131446
(4+3)
#8
1. La6
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TEL
Anton Baumann: 1.La6! f2 2.Ld3 f1=D 3.Lxf1 Se2+! 4.Kc4 Sd4 5.Sb1 Sb5 6.Sc3+ Sxc3 7.Ld3 nebst 8.Lc2#
C+ Gustav 4.1d (2020-11-20)
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Keywords: Miniature Collection (0033430)
Genre: n#
FEN: 8/8/8/8/kB1n4/N1K2p2/8/5B2
Input: Felber, Volker, 2010-09-11
Last update: Felber, Volker, 2010-09-11 more...
54 - P1135176
Roman Naumow
Mark Reitman

2334 Problemist Pribushja 21 05/04/1992
P1135176
(4+3)
#2
1. Ta2! a3 2. Txa3#
1. ... Ka6 2. Txa4#
1. ... a6 2. Td5#
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B26TT
Henrik Juel: C+ Popeye 4.61 (2020-10-06)
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Keywords: Miniature Collection (0315555)
Genre: 2#
FEN: 8/p7/2K5/k7/p7/2P5/2R5/3R4
Input: Zuncke/Bruder, 2010-09-11
Last update: Rainer Staudte, 2020-10-06 more...
55 - P1138415
Jorma Pitkänen
Suomen Tehtäväniekat 1989
Turnier von Satakunta
1.-3. Preis
P1138415
(2+5)
#8
1. Dc8 b2 2. Dxh8 Kb1 3. Kd2 a1=S 4. Dg8 Sc2 5. Dg1+ Se1 6. Dxe1+ Ka2 7. Kc2 b1=D+ 8. Dxb1#
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Zum Vergleich siehe P1147232
QfK
Anton Baumann: C+ Gustav 4.1d (2020-11-13)
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Keywords: Miniature Collection (0341328), Minimal
Genre: n#
FEN: Q6b/8/8/8/8/pp6/p7/k2K4
Reprints: 140 Nordic minimal problems 2006
Input: Zuncke/Bruder, 2010-09-11
Last update: Frank Müller, 2011-07-01 more...
56 - P1138699
Vitold V. Yakimchik
2035 Problem 1963
P1138699
(4+3)
#3
1. a4 a6 2. a5 d4 3. Dg3#
1. ... a5 2. Sb1
play all play one stop play next play all
B5-22 mm
SCHRECKE: C+, popeye 4.85 (2020-11-18)
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Keywords: Miniature Collection (0049065)
Genre: 3#
FEN: 8/p7/8/3pQ3/8/3k4/P2N4/3K4
Input: Felber, Volker, 2010-09-11
Last update: Rainer Staudte, 2020-11-18 more...
57 - P1143809
Jacob Schumer
Transvaal Leader 1906
2.Preis
P1143809
(3+1)
#2
1. Lc8! droht 2. Db7#
1. ... Kxc8 2. Da8#
play all play one stop play next play all
mm A10-24-
SCHRECKE: C+, popeye 4.85 (2020-10-28)
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Keywords: Miniature Collection (0016826)
Genre: 2#
FEN: 1k6/8/3K4/8/6B1/8/8/7Q
Reprints: 3 Herdflammen 24/02/1928
2b-300 2345 Chess Problems 1997
Input: Felber, Volker, 2010-09-11
Last update: Mario Richter, 2020-10-28 more...
58 - P1145354
Alexandr G. Andrejew
2683 Problem 112-119 02/1968
P1145354
(4+3) C+
#2
1. La6
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C44
vf: Aleksandr Andreew, 1983, 200 schachmatnych sadatsch
SCHRECKE: C+, popeye 4.85
1.La6! (Zugzwang)
1. ... d5 2.Dc7#
1. ... d6 2.Db5#
1. ... Lb7 2.Lb5# (2020-11-22)
comment
Keywords: Miniature Collection (0292176)
Genre: 2#
FEN: b1BK4/3p4/2k5/P3Q3/8/8/8/8
Input: Felber, Volker, 2010-09-11
Last update: Olaf Jenkner, 2020-11-23 more...
59 - P1147889
Mirko Degenkolbe
Wolfgang Alexander Bruder

3/4 Problem-Echo 12/2004
P1147889
(4+3)
#6
1. Sh2 Kxh2 2. Kf2 Kh1 3. Sd3 Kh2 4. Lf4+ Kh1 5. Kf1 h2 6. Sf2#
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SfK SO6
SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-10-30)
comment
Keywords: Miniature Collection (0349413)
Genre: n#
FEN: 8/8/7B/8/5N1p/5Nkp/4K3/8
Input: Zuncke/Bruder, 2010-09-12
Last update: Zuncke/Bruder, 2010-09-12 more...
60 - P1158447
Mikhail R. Kostylev
The Ural's Problemist 2006
Gafarow-70 Sp. Lob
P1158447
(5+2)
#5
1. Sh1 h2 2. Sg5 Kg1 3. Sh3+ Kg2 4. Kg5
2. ... Kxh1 3. Kg3 Kg1 4. Sh3+ Kh1 5. Lf3#
1. ... Kxh1 2. Kg3 h2 3. Sg5 Kg1 4. Sh3+ Kh1 5. Lf3#
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A90K mm
SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-10-29)
comment
Keywords: Miniature Collection (0349589)
Genre: n#
FEN: 8/8/8/8/5KP1/5NNp/4B1k1/8
Input: Zuncke/Bruder, 2010-09-12
Last update: Rainer Staudte, 2020-10-29 more...
61 - P1165365
Sergej W. Radtschenko
3600 Problemist Pribushja 42 15/11/1993
3. Lob
P1165365
(3+3) C+
#3
1. Te7 Kg5 2. Txe5 Kh5 3. Txf5#
1. ... f4+ 2. Kh3 f3 3. Txe5#
1. ... e4 2. Kf4 e3 3. Th7#
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T12a mm
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Keywords: Miniature Collection (0345168)
Genre: 3#
Computer test: SCHRECKE: C+, popeye 4.85 (2020-11-15)
FEN: 8/6R1/R7/4pp1k/8/6K1/8/8
Input: Zuncke/Bruder, 2010-09-12
Last update: Erich Bartel, 2020-11-15 more...
62 - P1169706
Lörinc Bata
Christmas card 1966
P1169706
(4+3)
#2
1. ... fxg5 2. Db6#

1. Df1? droht 2. Df5# [A] 2. Dxf6# [B]
1. ... fxg5 2. Dxa6#
1. ... f5 2. Dxf5# [A]
1. ... Kxg5!
1. Dd1? droht 2. Dh5# [C]
1. ... fxg5 2. Dd6#
1. ... Kxg5!
1. Da1? droht 2. Dxf6# [B]
1. ... fxg5 2. Dxa6#
1. ... Kxg5!
1. Df2? droht 2. Df5# [A] 2. Dxf6# [B]
1. ... fxg5 2. Db6#
1. ... f5 2. Dxf5# [A]
1. ... Kxg5!
1. Dd4? droht 2. Dxf6# [B]
1. ... fxg5 2. Dd6#,Db6#
1. ... Kxg5!
1. Dc5? droht 2. Df5# [A]
1. ... fxg5 2. Dc6#,Dd6#,Db6#
1. ... Sxc5!
1. Db6? droht 2. Dxf6# [B]
1. ... Kxg5!
1. Db1+?
1. ... f5 2. Dxf5# [A]
1. ... Kxg5!
1. Dh1? droht 2. Dh5# [C] 2. Dh6#
1. ... fxg5 2. Dc6#
1. ... Kxg5!
1. Dh2? droht 2. Dh5# [C] 2. Dh6#
1. ... fxg5 2. Dd6#
1. ... Kxg5!

1. Dg4! droht 2. Dh5# [C] 2. Df5# [A]
1. ... fxg5 2. De6#
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vf: Bata Lörinc, 01.1967, Problemista (66), #1438
Henrik Juel: C+ Popeye 4.61 (2020-10-11)
comment
Keywords: Miniature Collection (0203927), Barnes theme
Genre: 2#
FEN: 6K1/6N1/n4pk1/6P1/8/8/8/6Q1
Reprints: 1438 Problemista 66 01/1967
Input: Felber, Volker, 2010-09-12
Last update: Rainer Staudte, 2020-10-11 more...
63 - P1176630
Gunter Jordan
148 Problem-Forum 12/2004
Lob
P1176630
(13+7)
s#7
1. Lb7?? droht 2. Lxc8+ Txc8#
1. Sd4+? Ke5 2. f4+ exf3ep 3. Se6+ Txc3!
1. Da4! Txa4 2. Sd4+ Ke5 3. f4+ exf3ep 4. Se6+ Kxe6 5. Te2+ fxe2 6. Lb7 nebst 7. Lxc8+ Txc8#
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SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-11-27)
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Keywords: Staggered preplans
Genre: s#
FEN: r1b1K3/p7/4kp2/2P2N2/1PP1p1P1/r1BP4/5P1R/3Q1R1B
Input: Frank Müller, 2010-09-16
Last update: Gerd Wilts, 2015-01-17 more...
64 - P1182967
Horst Böttger
Kurt Stibbe

22v Problem-Forum 03/2001
3. ehrende Erwähnung
P1182967
(6+4)
s#10
Korrektur in 09/2001, Seite 23.
1. Sb8 Kf8,Kf6,Kh8 2. Sc6+ Kg7 3. Tg8+ Kf6 4. Df1+ Tf2 5. Sg4+ Kf5 6. Dd3+ Kf4 7. De3+ Kf5 8. Sh6+ Kf6 9. Df4+ Txf4 10. Tg6+ hxg6#
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Anton Baumann: C+ Gustav 4.1d (2020-11-27)
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Keywords: Flight giving key
Genre: s#
FEN: R7/3N2kp/7N/7K/7p/1B6/1r6/Q7
Input: Frank Müller, 2010-12-23
Last update: Frank Müller, 2010-12-23 more...
65 - P1186125
Josef Kupper
S2212 The Problemist 03/2008
Lob
P1186125
(9+8) C+
s#12
1. Sd4? Tb1!
1. Ld4+ Kd5,d6 2. Lb2+ Kc5 3. Sd4 Kd5,d6 4. Sf5+ Kc5 5. Ld4+ Kd5 6. Lxg1+ Ke5 7. Ld4+ Kd5 8. Lf6+ Kc5 9. Sd4 Kd5,d6 10. Se2+ Kc5 11. Sc1 b2 12. Sb3+ Sxb3#
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Anton Baumann: C+ Gustav 4.1d (2020-11-17)
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Keywords: Beseitigung hinderlicher Kraft, Logik - Multiple Rückkehr
Genre: s#
FEN: 8/2p5/P1N1pB2/KBk5/P4pP1/1p3P2/2pR4/n5r1
Input: Frank Müller, 2011-01-29
Last update: Marcin Banaszek, 2020-11-18 more...
66 - P1186997
Erich Bartel
5552 Problemkiste (138) 12/2001
P1186997
(4+4) C+
h=3 (AP)
0.1...
1. ... hxg6ep 2. 0-0 g7 3. Kh7 gxf8=D=
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Wenn ep erlaubt sein soll, dann muß g7-g5 der letzte Zug gewesen sein. Dies wiederum bedingt, daß sK+sT noch nicht gezogen haben. Nur unter dieser Betrachtungsweise (AP) ist das Ding korrekt.\eb
Löserstimmen:
Diese AP-Idee ist ja nun hinlänglich bekannt, aber man muß auch darauf kommen, sie für den Valladao zu nutzen. Finde ich prima (MN).
ep, und dann kann Schwarz auch noch rochieren (HM).
Wenn g7-g5 letzter Zug war, darf Schwarz noch rochieren (KF)...
AP (= a posteriori) argumentiert andersrum: wenn Schwarz noch soll rochieren dürfen, muß g7-g5 der letzte schwarze Zug gewesen sein (\eb)
Unlösbar! Der Autor meint wohl, man könnte mit 1. ... hxg6ep 2. 0-0 loslegen; hier irrt Goethe. Die beiden Konventionen -ep-Schlag nur, wenn Zulässigkeit retroanalytisch beweisbar ist; Rochade stets, außer wenn Unzulässigkeit retroanalytisch beweisbar ist- sind zwar passend verknüpft. Was aber den Vorrang hat, zeigt die zeitlich Reihenfolge der Anwendung. Zuerst kommt der ep-Schlag, und diesbezüglich gilt: Zulässigkeit nicht beweisbar, also nicht erlaubt (LZ).
Lieber Herr Zagler, vielen Dank für Ihren Kommentar, aber ich denke nicht, daß dazu eine Stellungnahme erforderlich ist, denn dazu ist schon viel diskutiert und geschrieben worden, ichverweise nur auf G. Lauingers "a posteriori Zwischenbilanz" in feenschach (80) X-XI 1986, S.414 ff, wo die AP-Regelung allgemein wie folgt definiert wurde:
"Eine einleitende Handlung (z.B. ein ep-Schlag oder ein unkonventionell Beginn), deren Zulässigkeit nach gültigen Konventionen zunächst nicht nachgewiesen werden kann, wird im Verlauf der Lösung(en) nachträglich durch einen oder mehrere Sonderzüge legalisiert. Legalisieren bedeutet dabei, daß _nur_mit_der_Ausführung_ des Sonderzuges (der Sonderzüge) dessen (deren) Zulässigkeit nachgewiesen wird und gleichzeitig (i.a. aus retroanalytischen Gründen) damit auch nachträglich die Zulässigkeit der einleitenden Handlung."
Ob Sie nun mit dieser Regelung einverstanden sind hat für o.a. Aufgabe wenig Bedeutung, denn nach o.a. "AP"-Definition ist sie lösbar. Wenn Sie "AP" so nicht akzeptieren und einer anderen Retro-Philosophie zugetan sind, steht das auf einem anderen Blatt. Da müßten Sie sich dann mit den entsprechenden Experten auseinandersetzen. (\eb)
Da nur die Rochade den sK nach h7 zu manövrieren vermag, fällt manchem sicher gar nicht erst auf, daß allein sie (neben dem Autor, natürlich!) für die Legalisierung des e.p.-Schlages verantwortlich ist (MR).
Valladao-Task. Bei dieser Ausgangsstellung mit Ansage (HL).
A.Buchanan: Removing the superfluous sBf7 adds various non-castling lines which the AP convention duly protects us from, and makes the composition a sound miniature (2020-10-03)
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Keywords: Valladao Task, Castling, En passant, Promotion, a posteriori (AP)
Genre: Retro
Computer test: %Popeye FreeBSD-4.3-RELEASE-32Bit-Version 3.73
FEN: 4k2r/5p2/5P1P/5KpP/8/8/8/8
Reprints: Springaren (116) 03/2010
K3966 Problemkiste (199/200) 03/2012
Input: Erich Bartel, 2011-02-09
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2014-09-05 more...
67 - P1186997
Erich Bartel
5552 Problemkiste (138) 12/2001
P1186997
(4+4) C+
h=3 (AP)
0.1...
1. ... hxg6ep 2. 0-0 g7 3. Kh7 gxf8=D=
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Wenn ep erlaubt sein soll, dann muß g7-g5 der letzte Zug gewesen sein. Dies wiederum bedingt, daß sK+sT noch nicht gezogen haben. Nur unter dieser Betrachtungsweise (AP) ist das Ding korrekt.\eb
Löserstimmen:
Diese AP-Idee ist ja nun hinlänglich bekannt, aber man muß auch darauf kommen, sie für den Valladao zu nutzen. Finde ich prima (MN).
ep, und dann kann Schwarz auch noch rochieren (HM).
Wenn g7-g5 letzter Zug war, darf Schwarz noch rochieren (KF)...
AP (= a posteriori) argumentiert andersrum: wenn Schwarz noch soll rochieren dürfen, muß g7-g5 der letzte schwarze Zug gewesen sein (\eb)
Unlösbar! Der Autor meint wohl, man könnte mit 1. ... hxg6ep 2. 0-0 loslegen; hier irrt Goethe. Die beiden Konventionen -ep-Schlag nur, wenn Zulässigkeit retroanalytisch beweisbar ist; Rochade stets, außer wenn Unzulässigkeit retroanalytisch beweisbar ist- sind zwar passend verknüpft. Was aber den Vorrang hat, zeigt die zeitlich Reihenfolge der Anwendung. Zuerst kommt der ep-Schlag, und diesbezüglich gilt: Zulässigkeit nicht beweisbar, also nicht erlaubt (LZ).
Lieber Herr Zagler, vielen Dank für Ihren Kommentar, aber ich denke nicht, daß dazu eine Stellungnahme erforderlich ist, denn dazu ist schon viel diskutiert und geschrieben worden, ichverweise nur auf G. Lauingers "a posteriori Zwischenbilanz" in feenschach (80) X-XI 1986, S.414 ff, wo die AP-Regelung allgemein wie folgt definiert wurde:
"Eine einleitende Handlung (z.B. ein ep-Schlag oder ein unkonventionell Beginn), deren Zulässigkeit nach gültigen Konventionen zunächst nicht nachgewiesen werden kann, wird im Verlauf der Lösung(en) nachträglich durch einen oder mehrere Sonderzüge legalisiert. Legalisieren bedeutet dabei, daß _nur_mit_der_Ausführung_ des Sonderzuges (der Sonderzüge) dessen (deren) Zulässigkeit nachgewiesen wird und gleichzeitig (i.a. aus retroanalytischen Gründen) damit auch nachträglich die Zulässigkeit der einleitenden Handlung."
Ob Sie nun mit dieser Regelung einverstanden sind hat für o.a. Aufgabe wenig Bedeutung, denn nach o.a. "AP"-Definition ist sie lösbar. Wenn Sie "AP" so nicht akzeptieren und einer anderen Retro-Philosophie zugetan sind, steht das auf einem anderen Blatt. Da müßten Sie sich dann mit den entsprechenden Experten auseinandersetzen. (\eb)
Da nur die Rochade den sK nach h7 zu manövrieren vermag, fällt manchem sicher gar nicht erst auf, daß allein sie (neben dem Autor, natürlich!) für die Legalisierung des e.p.-Schlages verantwortlich ist (MR).
Valladao-Task. Bei dieser Ausgangsstellung mit Ansage (HL).
A.Buchanan: Removing the superfluous sBf7 adds various non-castling lines which the AP convention duly protects us from, and makes the composition a sound miniature (2020-10-03)
comment
Keywords: Valladao Task, Castling, En passant, Promotion, a posteriori (AP)
Genre: Retro
Computer test: %Popeye FreeBSD-4.3-RELEASE-32Bit-Version 3.73
FEN: 4k2r/5p2/5P1P/5KpP/8/8/8/8
Reprints: Springaren (116) 03/2010
K3966 Problemkiste (199/200) 03/2012
Input: Erich Bartel, 2011-02-09
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2014-09-05 more...
68 - P1190508
Jorma Pitkänen
The Problemist 01/2009
Neujahrsgruß
P1190508
(7+5) C+
s#7
1. Ta7 Kb5 2. Sd6+ Ka5 3. Se4 Kb5 4. Sc3+ Ka5 5. Tc4 Txa7 6. Tc5+ Ka6 7. Db7+ Txb7#
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SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-10-20)
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Genre: s#
FEN: 1KN5/1RQ5/rnR1p3/k3P3/p7/P7/8/8
Input: Frank Müller, 2011-03-20
Last update: Marcin Banaszek, 2020-10-23 more...
69 - P1190536
Stephan Dietrich
S2288 The Problemist 11/2009
P1190536
(9+2) C+
s#8
1. Dg7 Kd6 2. Sb7+ Kc6 3. Lf7 Kd7 4. Lg8+ Kc6 5. Ta6+ Kb5 6. Tb6+ Ka4 7. Dd4+ Ka3 8. Ta6+ Sxa6#
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SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-10-21)
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Keywords: Stalemate dissolution
Genre: s#
FEN: NKR5/P1n5/2k5/R1N5/2BQ4/8/P7/8
Input: Frank Müller, 2011-03-20
Last update: Marcin Banaszek, 2020-10-23 more...
70 - P1191029
Stephan Dietrich
S107 Problem Paradise 01-03/2008
P1191029
(8+2) C+
s#7
1. Lg3 Txa2 2. Sc5+ Ka5 3. Le1+ Td2 4. Se4+ Ka4 5. Lb5+ Ka5 6. Kb8 Kb6 7. Dd8+ Txd8#
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Genre: s#
Computer test: SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-10-25)
FEN: 2K5/2B5/P7/3Q4/k7/rR1N4/R3B3/8
Input: Frank Müller, 2011-03-25
Last update: Erich Bartel, 2020-10-26 more...
71 - P1191149
Stephan Dietrich
317 Problem-Forum 06/2009
P1191149
(7+2) C+
s#7
1. Td5 Kh2 2. b8=L+ Kg2 3. Tg3+ Kh2 4. Tg1+ Kh3 5. Sg5+ Kh4 6. Tg4+ Kh5 7. Sf7+ Lxd5#
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Genre: s#
Computer test: Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force
FEN: K7/BP6/8/7R/4N3/5R2/4B1k1/7b
Input: Frank Müller, 2011-03-26
Last update: James Malcom, 2020-09-30 more...
72 - P1192340
Peter Heyl
242 Problem-Forum 06/2007
Lob
P1192340
(12+9)
s#7*
* 1. ... Sa6 2. Dxc6+ Kb8 3. Db6+ Kc8 4. Dc7+ Sxc7 5. dxc7 Txg8#
* 1. ... Sd7 2. Dxc6 Kb8 3. dxd7 Txg8#
* 1. ... c5 2. Da8 c4 3. Lc6 c3 4. La4 c2 5. Lxc2 Txg8#
1. d7+? Sxd7 2. Dxc6+ Kb8 3. Dxd7 Txg8#
1. d7+? Kc7 2. d8=L+ Kc8 3. La5 Sa6 4. Dxc6+ Kb8 5. Db6+ Kc8 6. Dc7+ Sxc7 7. Lxc7 Txg8#, aber 1. ... Kb7!
1. Dxc6+! Sxc6 2. Lxc6 Kb8 3. d7 Ka7 4. d8=D+ Ka6 5. Da8+ Kb6 6. Da7+ Kxc6 7. Da5 Txg8#
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SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-11-27)
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Genre: s#
FEN: 1nk1K1Nr/4RN1p/2pPp2P/4Pp2/5Pp1/4p1P1/4P1Q1/7B
Input: Frank Müller, 2011-04-11
Last update: Frank Müller, 2013-09-11 more...
73 - P1197528
Stojan Petkasinov
8 The Macedonian Problemist 01-04/2000
P1197528
(7+8) C+
s#6
1. Sc5+! Dxc5 2. Txc5+ Sb5 3. Txa3+ bxa3 4. Tc4+ dxc4 5. Db3+ cxb3+ 6. Kb1 a2#
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SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-11-05)
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Genre: s#
FEN: 8/8/2B5/1R1p4/kpq5/rNnR4/QpKB4/b7
Input: Frank Müller, 2011-06-13
Last update: Marcin Banaszek, 2020-11-07 more...
74 - P1197534
Jorma Pitkänen
48 The Macedonian Problemist 05-08/2000
P1197534
(5+7) C+
s#5
1. c8=L d5 2. b8=S d4 3. Sc6 d3 4. Se5 d2 5. Sg6+ Lxg6#
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Keywords: konsekutive Umwandlungen 2, under-promotion (LS), under-promotion in the key
Genre: s#
Computer test: Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force
FEN: 3B4/1PP5/3p4/6rp/7k/8/p6P/rb5K
Input: Frank Müller, 2011-06-13
Last update: James Malcom, 2020-09-22 more...
75 - P1221527
N. B. Holmes
Football-Field 29/06/1907
P1221527
(16+5)
#2
1 f7!
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Henrik Juel: C+ Popeye 4.61 (except for four promotion mate duals) (2020-11-03)
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Genre: 2#
FEN: 1N3Kb1/1PPq2B1/1R1PkPPR/4r3/2P1NpP1/1Q3P1B/8/8
Reprints: De Problemist 1930
Input: Felber, Volker, 2011-11-08
Last update: Felber, Volker, 2020-11-03 more...
76 - P1227705
Steven B. Dowd
S146 Problemist of Ukraine 10-12/2011
P1227705
(5+2) C+
s#10
b) alles 1 nach links
a) 1. Te8+ Kf6 2. Df3+ Kg5 3. d8=L+ Te7 4. Th8 Kh4 5. Kg8 Kg5 6. Lh5 Kh4 7. Lg4 Kg5 8. Th5+ Kg6 9. Dc6+ Te6 10. De8+ Txe8#
b) 1. Td8+ Ke6 2. c8=D+ Td7 3. Kh7 Kf7 4. Tf8+ Ke6 5. Te8 Kf7 6. Dh5 Ke6 7. Db5 Kf7 8. Db3+ Td5 9. Df3+ Tf5 10. Dh5+ Txh5#
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Keywords: Echo, Umwandlungswechsel
Genre: s#
Computer test: SCHRECKE: a)+b): C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-09-24)
FEN: 7R/1r1PkB1K/8/3Q4/8/8/8/8
Input: Frank Müller, 2011-12-23
Last update: Erich Bartel, 2020-09-24 more...
77 - P1229917
Milos Tomasevic
Radovan Tomasevic

K1012 Problemkiste (135) 06/2001
P1229917
(5+15)
ser-r#111
1. Ke1 2. Kd1 3. Kc1 4. Kb1 5. Ka2 6. Ka3 7. Ka4 8. Ka5 9. Ka6 10. Ka7 11. Kb8 12. Kc8 13. Kd8 14. Ke8! 15. Kf8 16. Kg8 17. Kh7 18. Kh6 19. Kh5 20. Kxg4 21. Kh5 22. Kh6 23. Kh7 24. Kg8 25. Kf8 26. Ke8! 27. Kd8 28. Kc8 29. Kb8 30. Ka7 31. Ka6 32. Ka5 33. Ka4 34. Ka3 35. Ka2 36. Kb1 37. Kc1 38. Kd1 39. Ke1 40. Kf1 41. Kxg1 42. Kf1 43. Ke1 44. Kd1 45. Kc1 46. Kb1 47. Ka2 48. Ka3 49. Ka4 50. Ka5 51. Ka6 52. Ka7 53. Kb8 54. Kc8 55. Kd8 56. Ke8! 57. Kf8 58. Kg8 59. Kh7 60. Kh6 61. Kh5 62. Kg4 63. Kxh3 64. Kg4 65. Kh5! 66. Kh6 67. Kh7 68. Kg8 69. Kf8 70. Ke8! 71. Kd8 72. Kc8 73. Kb8 74. Ka7 75. Ka6 76. Ka5 77. Ka4 78. Ka3 79. Ka2 80. Kb1 81. Kc1 82. Kd1 83. Ke1 84. Kf1 85. Kg1 86. Kxh1 87. Kg1 88. Kf1 89. Ke1 90. Kd1 91. Kc1 92. Kb1 93. Ka2 94. Ka3 95. Ka4 96. Ka5 97. Ka6 98. Ka7 99. Kb8 100. Kc8 101. Kd8 102. Ke8! 103. Kf8 104. Kg8 105. Kh7 106. Kh6 107. Kh5 108. Kg4 109. Kxf3 110. Ke3 111. f3 Ld4#
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Anton Baumann: C+ Alybadix (2020-11-12)
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Keywords: Series mover, Move Length Record
Genre: Fairies
FEN: B6n/1Pp5/2k5/2ppb1p1/2p3rp/3p1p1r/3P1P2/5Knb
Input: Erich Bartel, 2012-01-10
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2017-06-16 more...
78 - P1233639
Stephan Dietrich
S2298 The Problemist 01/2010
P1233639
(10+4) C+
s#8
1. Le4 fxe4 2. T4f3 exf3 3. Dh5 Kf8 4. e7+ Kg8 5. e8=L Kf8 6. Df5+ Kg8 7. Lg6 hxg6 8. Df7+ Kxf7#
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Genre: s#
Computer test: M. Schreckenbach: Gustav 4.1 d
FEN: 3K2kr/2PP3p/4P2P/2QB1p2/5R2/4P3/5R2/8
Input: Frank Müller, 2012-03-04
Last update: Olaf Jenkner, 2020-11-23 more...
79 - P1233651
Stephan Dietrich
S2312 The Problemist 05/2010
P1233651
(9+2) C+
s#7
1. Ld8 Ke6 2. Sf8+ Kf7 3. c7 Ke8 4. Sd6+ Txd6 5. Sg6+ Kd7 6. Se5+ Kc8 7. La6+ Txa6#
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Genre: s#
Computer test: Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force
FEN: K1N3R1/3N1k2/2P2B2/3r2R1/2BP4/8/8/8
Input: Frank Müller, 2012-03-04
Last update: James Malcom, 2020-10-01 more...
80 - P1234298
Jacques Rotenberg
002 Problemiste 01/2012
P1234298
(2+5)
#11
1. Kb6 Ld5 2. Te2 Lc6 3. Tf2 Lf3 4. Kc7 Ld5 5. Tf4 Lb3 6. Tf1 Ld1 7. Tf5 Sb3 8. Kb6 Sg6 9. Td5 Se7 10. Td8+ Sc8+ 11. Txc8#
6. ... Sc2 7. Tf5 Ld5 8. Txd5 usw.
5. ... Lc6? 6. Kb6 Sg6 7. Td4 usw.
3. ... Sg6 4. Td2 Ld5 5. Txd5 usw.
2. ... Lf7? 3. Th2 Lh5 4. Td2 Sf7 5. Kc7 Sc2 6. txc2 Sd6 7. Ta2#
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Anton Baumann: C+ Gustav 4.1d (2020-11-27)
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Keywords: Minimal
Genre: n#
FEN: k6n/2K2b2/8/8/6p1/8/3R4/n7
Input: Frank Müller, 2012-03-11
Last update: Frank Müller, 2012-05-26 more...
81 - P1235495
Uwe Karbowiak
M286 Problem-Forum 2009
1. ehrende Erwähnung
P1235495
(9+9)
#8
1. Lb6 Sxb5 2. Le3 Ld2 3. Lc5+ Ke5 4. Tf7 Sd4 5. Lxd4+ Kd6 6. Le5+! Kxe5 7. Tf5+ Kd6 8. Sc8 #
M 286 (U. Karbowiak)ist die zweite Perle (Dr. KH). Der Hauptplan 1. Le5+? Kxe5 2. Tg5+ Kd6/Kf6 3. Sc8/Sg8 matt scheitert an 2. ... Kf4 3. Tf5+ Ke3!. Die Vorbereitung 1. Tf7? erweist sich als zu langsam - 1. ... Sc4!,
ebenso 1. Le3? Sc4! 2. Lf4+ Se5 3. Tf7 Lxb7!, deshalb zuvor 1. Lb6! Sxb5 (1. ... Ke5? 2. Tg5+ Kf4 3. Tf5+ Kg4 4. Lf3+ Kxh4 5. Th5 matt) 1. Lb6 Sxb5 2. Le3 Ld2 3. Lc5+ Ke5 4. Tf7 Sd4 (Ersatzverteidigung) 5. Lxd4+ Kd6 6. Le5+! Kxe5 7. Tf5+ Kd6 8. Sc8 mit Mustermatt.
Toll, wie der Stuttgarter mit den Leichtfiguren zu jonglieren weiß, auch das Nebenspiel nach 1. ... Ke5 wird elegant erledigt! (WS).
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Anton Baumann: C+ Gustav 4.1d (2020-11-28)
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Genre: n#
FEN: 1K6/1P1pN1Rp/b2k4/rP1B4/1b1B3P/nN4pp/8/8
Input: Ralf Kr?tschmer, 2012-03-30
Last update: Uwe Karbowiak, 2012-04-16 more...
82 - P1236733
Dieter Müller
SuperProblem (Website) 31/03/2012
23. Schnellkompositionsturnier
11. Platz
P1236733
(8+3) C+
s#7
1. Dh7+ Kg5 2. Tg6+ Kf5 3. b8=L Ke4 4. Txg2+ Kf3 5. Lga7 Lxg2 6. Dh5+ Ke4 7. Df5+ Kxf5#
5. ... Kxg2 6. Dh5 Kf1+ 7. Df3+ Lxf3#
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Genre: s#
Computer test: Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force
FEN: K7/1P2Q3/2R5/5k2/2P5/3N3P/6p1/6Bb
Input: Frank Müller, 2012-04-11
Last update: James Malcom, 2020-10-04 more...
83 - P1238798
Stephan Dietrich
S2367 The Problemist 07/2011
P1238798
(9+2) C+
s#10
1. g4 Kf4 2. g5 Ke4 3. g6 Kf4 4. g7 Ke4 5. g8=L Kf4 6. Le5+ Ke4 7. Ld5+ Kf5 8. e4+ Kg6 9. Ldf7+ Kh6 10. Lg7+ Lxg7#
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SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force
Umwandlungsläufer wLe6! (2020-10-29)
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Keywords: Excelsior
Genre: s#
FEN: 7K/8/4BB2/8/R2bk3/5N1P/4PPP1/8
Input: Frank Müller, 2012-05-11
Last update: Marcin Banaszek, 2020-10-29 more...
84 - P1239911
Mirko Degenkolbe
1101 The Macedonian Problemist 35 05-08/2011
P1239911
(2+5)
#7
1. Da1 g5 2. Ke5 g4 3. Kf4 g3 4. Da8 La7,Lb6 5. Kxg3 Lf2+ 6. Kh3 nebst 7. Dxg2#
4. ... Lf2 5. Kg4 Kg1 6. Da1+ Le1 7. Dxe1#
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SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-11-03)
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Keywords: Minimal
Genre: n#
FEN: Q7/8/3K2p1/8/8/8/6pp/6bk
Input: Frank Müller, 2012-05-28
Last update: Frank Müller, 2012-05-28 more...
85 - P1242688
Günter Glaß
Problemkiste 10/1996
P1242688
(6+5) C+
s#6
1. Le4! Ka2 2. Sb4+ Ka1 3. Kb3 a6 4. Ta4 a5 5. Lc2 axb4 6. Td2 Sxd2#
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SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-11-05)
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Genre: s#
FEN: 7B/p7/N7/R2B4/8/b1p5/2K5/kn1R4
Input: Frank Müller, 2012-06-22
Last update: Marcin Banaszek, 2020-11-07 more...
86 - P1242689
Klaus Wenda
Problemkiste 10/1996
P1242689
(11+8) C+
s#7
1. Kd8 Lxb2 2. Sxb2 Ke5 3. Tc5+ Kf6 4. Ld5 Ke5 5. Lxf7+ Kf6 6. Ke8 Sxf7 7. Txb5 Lxb5#
1. Kd8 Lxb4 2. Sxb4 Ke5 3. Te7+ Kf6/Kd6 4. Txf7+ Ke5 5. Ke8 Sxf7 6. Sd3+ Kf6 7. e4 b4#
( 3. -Kf6 4. Txf7+ Sxf7+ 5. Ke8/Ke5 usw.)
1. Kd7? Lxb4 4. Te7??
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Genre: s#
Computer test: SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-10-25)
FEN: 2K2Q1n/2R2p2/5kp1/1p4N1/bP4PP/bp1NP3/1P6/7B
Input: Frank Müller, 2012-06-22
Last update: Erich Bartel, 2020-10-26 more...
87 - P1242768
Stephan Dietrich
S368 Problem-Forum 06/2010
P1242768
(8+3) C+
s#8*
* 1. ... Kb4 2. Se4 Ka5 3. Sf6 Kb6,Kb4 4. Sd5+ Ka5 5. Ld7 Ka6 6. Sc5+ Ka5 7. Sb3+ Ka6 8. Lc8+ Txc8#
1. Se4 Kb4 2. Sdf6 Ka5 3. a3 Kb6 4. Sd5+ Ka5 5. Ld7 Ka6 6. Sc5+ Ka5 7. Sb3+ Ka6 8. Lc8+ Txc8#
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SCHRECKE: C+ (auch Satz), Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-10-10)
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Genre: s#
FEN: K7/3N4/3N4/kB6/P7/2rp4/PP1B4/8
Input: Frank Müller, 2012-06-22
Last update: Marcin Banaszek, 2020-10-12 more...
88 - P1250123
Svetko Milin
344 Problem 05/1953
P1250123
(8+7) C+
s#6
1. Kb3 La7 2. Th1+ Lg1 3. Dg3+ Tf2 4. Kc3 h5 5. Kd4 h4 6. Dc3+ Td2#
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Keywords: double-check mate
Genre: s#
Computer test: SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-10-31)
FEN: 1b6/2p5/2P2p1p/5p1R/2B2B2/2Q5/KN1r4/3Nk3
Input: Frank Müller, 2012-09-29
Last update: Erich Bartel, 2020-11-01 more...
89 - P1252999
William Edmund Frank Fillery
S848 The Problemist 05/1982
P1252999
(10+4) C+
s#6
1. Tah5! a5 2. Tb5 h5 3. g4 hxg4 4. Tb1 g3 5. Thb4 axb4 6. Sab2 b3#
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SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-11-07)
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Genre: s#
FEN: k7/2Q5/p6p/R7/N6R/5rP1/2KP2B1/2BN4
Input: Frank Müller, 2012-11-04
Last update: Marcin Banaszek, 2020-11-07 more...
90 - P1262803
Mark Kirtley
S1065v The Problemist 01/1986
P1262803
(11+8) C+
s#4
Korrektur in 09/1986, Seite 205
1. Sde7 Lb1 2. Sxe3+ Kh4 3. S7f5+ Kg5 4. Sd5+ Sxd2#
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The note "Korrectur in 09/1986 seite 205" the author assumes means that a correction can be found there, but he has no record of what that correction is.
The author tested wBf3 to g4 and wPg2 to h3, same solution, Popeye+
Olaf Jenkner: The author was wrong with his correction attempts. Finally (2020) he added pawn h3. (2020-10-28)
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Keywords: Platzwechsel im Mattbild (SS)
Genre: s#
Computer test: O. Jenkner: Gustav 4.1 d
FEN: 8/8/1p5p/1PpNQNkP/2Kp4/1n1PrB1P/b2B2P1/8
Input: Frank Müller, 2013-02-18
Last update: Olaf Jenkner, 2020-10-28 more...
91 - P1265825
Josef Kupper
S427 Problem-Forum 09/2011
P1265825
(6+5) C+
s#9
1. Da7+ Kd8 2. Db8+ Kd7 3. Dd6+ Ke8 4. Sg6+ Kf7 5. Te7+ Kxg6 6. Tg7+ Kh6 7. Dh2+ Dxh2 8. Txf6+ Sxf6 9. Tg6+ Kxg6#
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Anton Baumann: C+ Gustav 4.1d (2020-11-19)
comment
Keywords: Batterieerzwingung
Genre: s#
FEN: Q6K/2k1N2n/4Rp2/8/6P1/4p3/4q3/5R2
Input: Frank Müller, 2013-03-30
Last update: Marcin Banaszek, 2020-11-24 more...
92 - P1265948
A. Seljagin
608 The Ural's Problemist 10-12/1998
P1265948
(8+2) C+
s#6
1. Dc4 Kb1 2. Da6 Kc1 3. Dg6 Kd1 4. Dc2+ Ke1 5. Tf1+ Kxf1 6. Dg2+ fxg2#
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SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-10-17)
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Keywords: Königslenkung
Genre: s#
FEN: 8/8/8/3P4/1P2Q2B/5p2/1P3R1P/k6K
Input: Frank Müller, 2013-03-31
Last update: Marcin Banaszek, 2020-10-19 more...
93 - P1267131
Camillo Gamnitzer
The Problemist 1994
4. Ehrende Erwähnung
P1267131
(10+11) C+
s#6
1. Lc5! droht 2. Se5+ Kxc5 3. Sd7+ Kc4 4. d3+ Txd3#
1. ... gxf6 2. Lf8 droht 3. Se5+ fxe5 4. d3+ Txd3#
2. ... f5 3. Lg7 fxe4 4. Dc7+ Sxc7 5. Tc6+ Kd5 6. Sb4+ Txb4#
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SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force
1.Lc5! (2.Se5+ K:c5 3.Sd7+ Kc4 4.d3+ T:d3#) g:f6 2.Lf8 (3.Se5+ f:e5 4.d3+ T:d3#) f5 3.Lg7 f:e4 4.Dc7+ S:c7 5.Tc6+ Kd5 6.Sb4+ T:b4# (2020-11-07)
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Genre: s#
FEN: 8/5Qpr/1R1B1P2/1p1n3p/b1kpP3/Pr1N4/1pKP4/bB6
Input: Mario Richter, 2013-04-12
Last update: Marcin Banaszek, 2020-11-07 more...
94 - P1270733
Christer Jonsson
The Ural's Problemist 04-06/2005
3. Thematurnier
1. Lob
P1270733
(5+3) C+
s#7
1. Dee7+ Kc8 2. Dh3+ Sg4 3. De6+ Kd8 4. Dh4+ Sf6 5. De7+ Kc8 6. Dd7+ Sxd7 7. Sb6+ Sxb6#
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SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-10-07)
comment
Keywords: Obtrusive material
Genre: s#
FEN: K2k4/R6Q/p3Q3/8/N7/8/7n/8
Input: Frank Müller, 2013-05-25
Last update: Marcin Banaszek, 2020-10-12 more...
95 - P1270741
Cosme Brull Mayol
3394 The Ural's Problemist 04-06/2005
P1270741
(11+6) C+
s#7*
* 1. ... Txd7#
1. Sb4+ Kd4 2. Dxb6 Td5 3. Sa6 Td6 4. Sc7 Td5 5. Da7 Td6 6. Se6+ Kd5 7. Da5 Txd7#
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SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-11-14)
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Genre: s#
FEN: 2RKN3/3R4/1pNr4/1Qnk1P2/2p2P2/2p2P2/2P2P2/8
Input: Frank Müller, 2013-05-25
Last update: Marcin Banaszek, 2020-11-18 more...
96 - P1270832
Josef Kupper
S2143v The Problemist 11/2006
P1270832
(7+7)
s#8
Korrektur in 05/2007, Seite 117.
1. Dh3 Lb1 2. Dh8+ Td8 3. b7+ Kd7,c7+ 4. b8=T+ Kc6 5. Se5+ Kd6 6. Df6+ e6,exf6 7. Sc4+ Kc6 8. Tc8+ Txc8#
1. Dh3 b2 2. Dh8+ Td8 3. b7+ Kd7,c7+ 4. b8=T+ Kc6 5. Dc3+ Lc4 6. Se5+ Kd6 7. Sxc4+ Kc6 8. Tc8+ Txc8#
1. Dh3 e6,e5 2. Dh8+ Td8 3. b7+ Kd7,c7+ 4. b8=T+ Kc6 5. Se5+ Kd6 6. Df8+ Txf8 7. Sc4+ Kc6 8. Tc8+ Txc8#
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SCHRECKE: Nach 1. ... e5 gibt es einen Dual:
2.Td5 Lb1,~ 3.b7+ Kc7 4.b8D+ Kc6 5.Db7+ T:b7 6.De6+ Kc7 7.Dd6+ Kc8 8.Db8+ T:b8# (2020-10-11)
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Genre: s#
FEN: K1k5/R2rpN2/1P2Q1p1/R5N1/5p2/1p6/b7/8
Input: Frank Müller, 2013-05-25
Last update: Olaf Jenkner, 2013-05-25 more...
97 - P1271597
Dieter Müller
The Ural's Problemist 10-12/2006
Waleri Kirillow 55 JT
4. Lob
P1271597
(5+2) C+
s#7
1. Le7 Kc7 2. b6+ Kc8 3. b7+ Kc7 4. Dc4+ Kb6 5. b8=T+ Tb7 6. Dc5+ Ka6 7. Da7+ Txa7#
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SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-10-08)
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Genre: s#
FEN: K1k5/3r4/3BQ3/1P5R/8/8/8/8
Input: Frank Müller, 2013-06-02
Last update: Marcin Banaszek, 2020-10-12 more...
98 - P1272031
Andrey Selivanov
The Ural's Problemist 01-03/2004
Den Lesern gewidmet
3. Preis
P1272031
(5+2) C+
s#7
1. c7 Kb6 2. Tc6+ Ka5 3. c8=D+ Tb6 4. De4 Kb5 5. Dcf5+ Ka6 6. Ded5 Txc6 7. Dc8+ Txc8#
1. ... Ka5 2. Ka7 Txc5 3. c8=T+ Tc7+ 4. Ka8 Kb6 5. Tb8+ Ka5 6. Dd4 Ka6 7. Da7+ Txa7#
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SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-10-08)
comment
Keywords: Stalemate dissolution, Phoenix (T), Umwandlungswechsel (D-T), Opferwechsel (D-D)
Genre: s#
FEN: K2B4/8/k1P5/1rR5/2Q5/8/8/8
Input: Frank Müller, 2013-06-08
Last update: Marcin Banaszek, 2020-10-12 more...
99 - P1273225
Jorma Pitkänen
A3 Problemkiste 08/2009
P1273225
(10+3) C+
s#9
1. g8=D+ Kd6 2. d8=T+ Kc6 3. a8=L+ Tb7 4. Dc4+ Tc5 5. c8=S Txc4 6. Se7+ Kc7 7. Tc8+ Kd6 8. Tc6+ Txc6 9. Sc8+ Txc8#
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Anton Baumann: C+ Gustav 4.1d (2020-11-13)
comment
Keywords: Allumwandlung, konsekutive Umwandlungen 4 (DTLS)
Genre: s#
FEN: 4K3/P1PP2PR/P3k3/r5R1/3B4/1r6/B7/8
Input: Frank Müller, 2013-06-26
Last update: Marcin Banaszek, 2020-11-18 more...
100 - P1274594
Ivan Borisenko
3945 Buletin Problemistic 01-06/2002
P1274594
(6+3) C+
s#7
1. Le6 h3 2. Lf5 Kd5 3. Dc6+ Kd4 4. Lg1+ Tf2 5. Df6+ Kd5 6. Le6+ Kd6 7. Df8+ Txf8#
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SCHRECKE: C+, Gustav 4.1d, Brute Force (2020-11-14)
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Genre: s#
FEN: 3K4/8/3k4/8/Q4r1p/1B6/2R1R2B/8
Input: Frank Müller, 2013-07-20
Last update: Marcin Banaszek, 2020-11-18 more...
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