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Europe Echecs

Awards 1991-1992

541 - G. Wilts
Europe Echecs 385, 01/1991
Ded. A. Frolkine
1st Prize Europe Echecs 91-92

[nb5N/rrp1K3/qp6/kP6/p1NQ2B1/2Pp1PPP/2PPP2p/3R2n1]

14+12. First move of the bKR?

[nb5N/rrp1K3/qp6/kP6/p1NQ2B1/2Pp1PPP/2PPP2p/3R2n1]

Link: Solution


537 - M. Caillaud
Europe Echecs 385, 01/1991
2nd Prize Europe Echecs 91-92

[r3k2K/1pRp1p1p/1p5r/6Pn/2P3pb/1P2PPRb/2PP2P1/1B3N2]

13+12. Reflex mate in 1

[r3k2K/1pRp1p1p/1p5r/6Pn/2P3pb/1P2PPRb/2PP2P1/1B3N2]

Link: Solution


557 - T. Le Gleuher
Europe Echecs 397, 01/1992
3rd Prize Europe Echecs 91-92

[n7/rpp3p1/Brp1p3/qp6/RP5p/b2PP3/1P1PpKPP/2BR2Nk]

13+14. White to move. First move of the white f P?

[n7/rpp3p1/Brp1p3/qp6/RP5p/b2PP3/1P1PpKPP/2BR2Nk]

Link: Solution


551 - P. Wassong
Europe Echecs 391, 07/1991
4th Prize Europe Echecs 91-92

[2kr2NB/1pPpK1rQ/2pp1PRq/P4pRB/1P4P1/6p1/b1P2P2/7b]

14+12. Solve the position

[2kr2NB/1pPpK1rQ/2pp1PRq/P4pRB/1P4P1/6p1/b1P2P2/7b]

Link: Solution


546 - G. Wilts
Europe Echecs 388, 04/1991
1st Hon. Mention Europe Echecs 91-92

[4k2r/2p1p3/p1PQRp2/2prp3/1n1p1B1P/2b1b1P1/P2BPP2/R3K3]

12+13. Who may castle?

[4k2r/2p1p3/p1PQRp2/2prp3/1n1p1B1P/2b1b1P1/P2BPP2/R3K3]

Link: Solution


550 - M. Caillaud and J. Rotenberg
Europe Echecs 391, 07/1991
2nd Hon. Mention Europe Echecs 91-92

[rn2qbnr/ppp1p1pp/5k2/8/5p2/5P2/PPPPb1PP/RNBQKBNR]

15+15. Shortest proof game. (a) Wh. has the move; (b) Bl. has the move

[rn2qbnr/ppp1p1pp/5k2/8/5p2/5P2/PPPPb1PP/RNBQKBNR]

Link: Solution


545v - A. A. Kisliak
Europe Echecs 395, 10/1991 (for the corrected version)
Ded. A. A. Troitzky. Died 125th years ago.
3rd Hon. Mention Europe Echecs 91-92

[2Rb4/rpNpp3/QKP5/8/qk1p1P1p/RP1P1p1P/pPb2P1r/8]

12+13. (a) Add two pieces on a8 and b8. (b) Mate in 1 (c) Could there have been opportunities for en-passant captures?

[2Rb4/rpNpp3/QKP5/8/qk1p1P1p/RP1P1p1P/pPb2P1r/8]

Link: Solution


567 - A. Kornilov
Europe Echecs 405, 10/1992
Ded. A Kouznetzov for his 60th birthday
4th Hon. Mention Europe Echecs 91-92

[3B1NB1/1PPNP2P/2PPKP1P/P5PP/N1P1RKQR/1P3RP1/P7/1B6]

27+0. Colour the pieces. (a) Mate in 1. (b) Last 6 single moves? (c) Sequence of captures?

[3B1NB1/1PPNP2P/2PPKP1P/P5PP/N1P1RKQR/1P3RP1/P7/1B6]

Link: Solution