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1 - P0001550
Michel Caillaud
421 Europe Echecs 295 07/1983
A. Hazebrouck gewidmet
1. Preis
P0001550
(13+12)
BP in 35.5
1. h4 c5 2. h5 c4 3. Th4 c3 4. Tc4 b5 5. g4 b4 6. Lg2 b3 7. Lc6 bxa2 8. b4 a5 9. b5 a4 10. b6 a3 11. La4 Sc6 12. b7 d5 13. b8=D d4 14. Dd6 d3 15. Dg6 dxc2 16. d3 fxg6 17. Ld2 c1=L 18. Db3 c2 19. La5 Lh6 20. Sd2 c1=L 21. Sf1 Lcg5 22. f4 Kf7 23. 0-0-0 a1=L 24. fxg5 a2 25. gxh6 Kf6 26. Sh2 Kg5 27. Tf1 Lf6 28. Tff4 a1=L 29. Kb1 Lae5 30. d4 Lb7 31. dxe5 Dd2 32. exf6 Te8 33. f7 Sf6 34. Dd3 Sd7 35. Ld1 Sdb8 36. Sgf3+
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5 Frolkin-Ceriani-Umwandlungen: 4 schwarze Läufer und 1 weiße Dame! Eine der bahnbrechenden frühen KBPs.
Silvio Baier: Der wesentliche thematische Inhalt ist bereits nach 31,5 Zügen erreicht. Bis dahin ist es C+ (Euclide 0.98). (2010-08-04)
James Malcom: Is this fully C+ then? (2021-01-27)
Henrik Juel: No, only the first 31.5 moves are tested OK (2021-01-27)
James Malcom: No Henrik, as in is the entire problem testable. (2021-01-27)
Henrik Juel: I guess that testing the entire problem would take an unreasonably long time (2021-04-06)
A.Buchanan: It might be possible these days: the motivation for stopping at 31.5 is that the promotion theme had been demonstrated by then. But there’s still e.g. bSb8 as random impostor (2021-04-07)
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Keywords: Ceriani-Frolkin Theme (llllD), Unique Proof Game, Castling, Promotion (llllD), Impostor (s)
Genre: Retro
FEN: 1n2rb1r/1b2pPpp/2n3pP/B5kP/2R2RP1/3Q1N2/3qP2N/1K1B4
Reprints: 25 Shortest Proof Games 11/1991
(1) diagrammes 103 10-12/1992
(A) Quartz 22 10-12/2002
(8-a) Die Schwalbe 250A 08/2011
Input: Gerd Wilts, 1995-06-03
Last update: James Malcom, 2021-04-07 more...
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