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Europe Echecs

No. 436, Jul. 1995

605c - A. Frolkine
Europe Echecs 444, 04/1996 (for the corrected version)

[1N4Q1/pbp1p3/nqp1pn2/7k/3P2r1/6rp/1PP1P1PP/RNB1KBbR]

14+14. Shortest proof game in 20.5 moves

[1N4Q1/pbp1p3/nqp1pn2/7k/3P2r1/6rp/1PP1P1PP/RNB1KBbR]

Link: Solution


606 - M. Caillaud
Europe Echecs 436, 07/1995
Ded. Thierry Le Gleuher
(This problem was later found to be cooked)

[rnb2bnr/1pp2pp1/6p1/4p3/2P1P1k1/2qp4/1PpP1PP1/RNB1KBNR]

13+16. Shortest proof game in 21.5 moves

[rnb2bnr/1pp2pp1/6p1/4p3/2P1P1k1/2qp4/1PpP1PP1/RNB1KBNR]

Link: Solution


607c - T. Le Gleuher
Europe Echecs 449, 10/1996 (for the corrected version)

[1n3n2/1p2pp1b/1pp3p1/b1p3r1/1P3qk1/4Prp1/2P2PP1/RNBQKBNR]

13+16. Position after Wh. 26th move. Game score?

[1n3n2/1p2pp1b/1pp3p1/b1p3r1/1P3qk1/4Prp1/2P2PP1/RNBQKBNR]

Link: Solution


608c - N. Plaksine and A. Zolotarev
Europe Echecs 436, 07/1995
(Corrected version given in Europe Echecs 441, 01/1996)

[2b3bq/Pp1BpNRR/4Kpp1/4P1Qr/3p1k1p/5Pn1/2P1PP1B/6b1]

13+13. Shortest trip of the White King?

[2b3bq/Pp1BpNRR/4Kpp1/4P1Qr/3p1k1p/5Pn1/2P1PP1B/6b1]

Link: Solution