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Europe Echecs

No. 425, July 1994

584 - Gerd Wilts and Norbert Geissler
Europe Echecs 425 07/1994

[4k3/8/8/8/8/8/8/1Q3K2]

2+1. Shortest proof game in 16.5 moves

[4k3/8/8/8/8/8/8/1Q3K2]

Link: Solution


585 - Gerd Wilts and Norbert Geissler
Europe Echecs 425 07/1994

[8/5k2/8/8/8/8/2K5/R7]

2+1. Shortest proof game in 16.5 moves

[8/5k2/8/8/8/8/2K5/R7]

Link: Solution


587 - P. Leroy
Europe Echecs 425 07/1994
Dedicated to Marcel Kelloffner

[8/2q3pB/1n4n1/2p2bkp/1b6/rP1PpP1r/p1PBNb1P/R2QKN1R]

13+14. Shortest proof game in 28.0 moves

[8/2q3pB/1n4n1/2p2bkp/1b6/rP1PpP1r/p1PBNb1P/R2QKN1R]

Link: Solution


588 - Alexander Kisljak
Europe Echecs 425 07/1994

[nRNkbb2/Kpppp3/1p4p1/5P1p/8/3P4/rq1PP1Pr/8]

8+14. a) Last 14 single moves? b) History of the pawns a2, a7, h2 and h7?

[nRNkbb2/Kpppp3/1p4p1/5P1p/8/3P4/rq1PP1Pr/8]

Link: Solution


589 - Nikita Plaksin and Alexandr Zolotarew
Europe Echecs 425 07/1994

[5nrq/p2pppQb/p1RrP1p1/3p2kR/5N1n/5PKB/3N1Bp1/4b3]

10+16. Mate?

[5nrq/p2pppQb/p1RrP1p1/3p2kR/5N1n/5PKB/3N1Bp1/4b3]

Link: Solution


590 - Alexandr Zolotarew
Europe Echecs 425 07/1994

[3b3b/2ppPpnr/2p2Kp1/2P4P/5kpR/1P2pPPq/1N4PQ/6BR]

13+13. Shortest path of the Rh7?

[3b3b/2ppPpnr/2p2Kp1/2P4P/5kpR/1P2pPPq/1N4PQ/6BR]

Link: Solution


591 - Andrej Kornilow
Europe Echecs 425 07/1994

[3BNBB1/1PPP1PPP/3KPPQN/2N2RPR/3RKQPR/2P4P/8/7N]

27+0. Color the pieces! Last 4 single moves?

[3BNBB1/1PPP1PPP/3KPPQN/2N2RPR/3RKQPR/2P4P/8/7N]

Link: Solution