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Europe Echecs

No. 438, Oct. 1995

609 - P. Wassong
Europe Echecs 438, 10/1995

[1n4bq/2pP1Pp1/5pK1/1pr1p3/6kp/2P2PPR/1P4Pb/3NRBrN]

13+13. Solve the position

[1n4bq/2pP1Pp1/5pK1/1pr1p3/6kp/2P2PPR/1P4Pb/3NRBrN]

Link: Solution


610c - A. Zolotarev
Europe Echecs 438, 10/1995

[3bRrNb/2ppNBRp/2ppnK1B/6rq/5kQ1/1P3P1p/3P1PP1/8]

13+13. Last 15 single moves?

[3bRrNb/2ppNBRp/2ppnK1B/6rq/5kQ1/1P3P1p/3P1PP1/8]

Link: Solution


611c - A. Frolkine
Europe Echecs 460, 10/1997 for the corrected version
(This problem was later found to be cooked)
Ded. M. Caillaud

[q4B2/1pp2k2/np3p1n/1b5r/PP5b/3K3N/PpP3B1/RN1Q2R1]

12+12. Position after Black's 30th move. Game score?

[q4B2/1pp2k2/np3p1n/1b5r/PP5b/3K3N/PpP3B1/RN1Q2R1]

Link: Solution


612c - A. Kisliak
Europe Echecs 438, 10/1995
(Corrected version given in Europe Echecs 447, 07/1996)

[8/p1bp1Pp1/p2pp3/K5p1/P7/k4P2/qnPPPPRP/RQB5]

13+11. On which squares the Black King could not escape check?

[8/p1bp1Pp1/p2pp3/K5p1/P7/k4P2/qnPPPPRP/RQB5]

Link: Solution