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3 problem(s) found in 2303 milliseconds (displaying 3 problem(s)). [COMMENTDATE>=20220810 AND G='Retro' AND K='Cross-capture'] [download as LaTeX]

1 - P0008537
Michel Caillaud
615v Europe Echecs 452 01/1997
P0008537
(14+9) C+
BP in 21,5
1. d3! Sc6 2. d4 Se5 3. dxe5 Sf6 4. exf6 Tg8 5. fxg7 f6! 6. gxf8=S Tg3 7. hxg3 f5 8. Th6 f4 9. Td6 exd6 10. Se6 Dh4 11. Sc5 Dh3 12. gxh3 h6! 13. Lg2 h5 14. Lc6 dxc6 15. Kf1 Le6 16. Kg2 Lb3 17. axb3 0-0-0 18. Ta6 Td7 19. Tb6 a6! 20. Sa4 a5 21. Ta6 c5 22. Ta8#
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Vladimir Rey: C+ Natch 3.2 - Solution found: 1. Positions analysed: 51578. Resolution time: 5 h 33 mn 32.84 s. (2020-05-08)
Vladimir Rey: Check please: Keywords Tempo Loss. (2022-09-05)
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Keywords: Unique Proof Game, Castling, Tempo Loss (Bbb), Non-standard material (S), Cross-capture
Genre: Retro
Computer test: Natch 3.2
FEN: R1k5/1ppr4/3p4/p1p4p/N4p2/1P4PP/1PP1PPK1/1NBQ2N1
Reprints: H14 FIDE Album Annexe 1995-1997 2004
Input: Gerd Wilts, 1997-01-02
Last update: A.Buchanan, 2020-05-08 more...
2 - P1000920
Unto Heinonen
R063c Probleemblad 09-10/2000
2. Preis
P1000920
(12+8)
BP in 18,5
1. a4 b5 2. axb5 Sa6 3. Txa6 d5 4. Tg6 hxg6 5. b4 Th3 6. La3 Tg3 7. hxg3 Sh6 8. Txh6 Lh3 9. gxh3 gxh6 10. Lg2 Lg7 11. Le4 Lc3 12. dxc3 a5 13. Kd2 dxe4 14. Kc1 e3 15. De1 Dd1+ 16. Kb2 0-0-0 17. bxa5 Td3 18. Ld6 exd6 19. cxd3
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5 Überkreuzschläge von Bauern.
Henrik Juel: Natch 3.1 did nothing in half an hour (2018-12-14)
paul: Correction of P1000629 (2022-10-12)
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Keywords: Unique Proof Game, Castling (sg), Cross-capture (5)
Genre: Retro
FEN: 2k5/2p2p2/3p2pp/PP6/8/2PPp1PP/1K2PP2/1N1qQ1N1
Reprints: feenschach 153, p. 195, 10-12/2003
H28 FIDE Album Annexe 1998-2000 2009
Input: Gerd Wilts, 2000-10-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-12-20 more...
3 - P1340215
Roberto Osorio
Jorge Joaquin Lois

R470 The Problemist vol.24-8, p. 341, 03/2014
after Satoshi Hashimoto
Lob
The Problemist 2013-2014
P1340215
(15+9)
PG in 18.5
1. d3 g5 2. Lxg5 Lg7 3. Dd2 Lc3 4. Sxc3 c5 5. 0-0-0 Dc7 6. Sb1 Dg3 7. hxg3 h6 8. Txh6 b6 9. Te6 Th3 10. gxh3 Lb7 11. Lg2 Lf3 12. Sxf3 Sf6 13. Th1 Se4 14. Dd1 Sd2 15. Kxd2 fxe6 16. Ke1 Kf7 17. Lc1 Kf6 18. Sg1 Ke5 19. Lf1
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Judge's comment [Thomas Brand]: "This elegant proof game seems me original enough compared with Hashimoto's Probleemblad 1999, 3rd Prize, (PDB P1000642), even though the theme is not doubly set. The only missing white man is a Rook captured at e6, but Ra1 could not leave home."
Henrik Juel: The white plan is obvious, and Black ensures uniqueness by putting his men to be captured on squares, where White can go anyway, and by a late king's walk
This proof game is an enjoyable solving object showing that man can beat the computer; Euclide was still trying to find a strategy (a list of moves, possibly infeasible, that leads to the diagram position), when I had solved the problem and written the present lines...
You might call Pg3,h3 impostors also, as well as Th1 (2017-09-27)
Moldenhauer: Computerprüfung: C+ Natch 3.3 in 5 Std. 57 Min. nur obige Lösung
BP in 17.5 keine Lösung. (2022-09-05)
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Keywords: Unique Proof Game, Impostor (TPP), Switchback (SLDKLS), Cross-capture (gh)
Genre: Retro
FEN: rn6/p2pp3/1p2p3/2p1k3/8/3P2PP/PPP1PP2/1NBQKBNR
Reprints: R470 The Problemist vol.25-8, p. 347, 03/2016
Input: A.Buchanan, 2017-09-27
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2019-06-03 more...
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