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Europe Echecs

No. 441, Jan. 1996

613 - T. Le Gleuher
Europe Echecs 441, 01/1996

[1b3b2/B1ppppp1/1p6/8/P5P1/nP1P1PP1/rP2rPb1/QRK1k2N]

13+13. Add a piece and then mate in 1

[1b3b2/B1ppppp1/1p6/8/P5P1/nP1P1PP1/rP2rPb1/QRK1k2N]

Link: Solution


614 - T. Le Gleuher
Europe Echecs 441, 01/1996

[3Nk2r/2P1pp1b/p1Np1Rp1/pQ6/P7/1P4P1/2PPPP1B/n3K2R]

15+10. Mate in 3

[3Nk2r/2P1pp1b/p1Np1Rp1/pQ6/P7/1P4P1/2PPPP1B/n3K2R]

Link: Solution


615c - M. Caillaud
Europe Echecs 452, 01/1997 (for the corrected version)

[R1k5/1ppr4/3p4/p1p4p/N4p2/1P4PP/1PP1PPK1/1NBQ2N1]

14+9. Mate with White's 22th move. How did the game go?

[R1k5/1ppr4/3p4/p1p4p/N4p2/1P4PP/1PP1PPK1/1NBQ2N1]

Link: Solution


616c - N. Plaksine and A. Zolotarev
Europe Echecs 452, 01/1997 (for the corrected version)

[3bn3/p1Pppp2/2p2p2/4qK2/3B1p2/4Pk1p/4NPn1/3QRRrB]

10+14. Least number of moves by Queens?

[3bn3/p1Pppp2/2p2p2/4qK2/3B1p2/4Pk1p/4NPn1/3QRRrB]

Link: Solution


617 - A. Zolotarev
Europe Echecs 441, 01/1996

[Rb6/qpp1p2p/B1p4P/K1p3p1/1n6/k1P5/PBPPP1P1/rr3B2]

12+13. Solve the position

[Rb6/qpp1p2p/B1p4P/K1p3p1/1n6/k1P5/PBPPP1P1/rr3B2]

Link: Solution