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Europe Echecs

No. 447 , Jul. 1996

622 - A. Zolotarev
Europe Echecs 447, 07/1996
Ded. N. Plaksine 65th birthday

[4NRrN/1pp1p1rK/3p1ppB/P5pP/1P5k/4PP1b/5PPR/6bq]

13+13. Solve the position a) diagram b) wPa5 -> a2 and replace wNh8 by a bl. Knight (12+14)

[4NRrN/1pp1p1rK/3p1ppB/P5pP/1P5k/4PP1b/5PPR/6bq]

Link: Solution


623c - P. Leroy
Europe Echecs 452, 01/1997 (for the corrected version)

[8/2pn4/2P4k/pb4np/5P2/1q3r2/bPNPnbPr/2BQKBNR]

12+13. Position after Black's 32th move. How did the game go?

[8/2pn4/2P4k/pb4np/5P2/1q3r2/bPNPnbPr/2BQKBNR]

Link: Solution


624 - A. Frolkine
Europe Echecs 447, 07/1996

[1n1n3q/2n1kpp1/2p1p1p1/1pr2b2/r6P/P7/1PPPPPP1/2B1KB2]

11+14. Position after White's 24th move. How did the game go?

[1n1n3q/2n1kpp1/2p1p1p1/1pr2b2/r6P/P7/1PPPPPP1/2B1KB2]

Link: Solution


625 - A. Kisliak
Europe Echecs 447, 07/1996
Ded. N. Plaksine 65th birthday

[nrb5/1p3ppP/Bpp1p3/1Kp3p1/N3P3/qkP2P2/rbRP2P1/RNB5]

13+15. Least number of moves by Black's Queen Rook?

[nrb5/1p3ppP/Bpp1p3/1Kp3p1/N3P3/qkP2P2/rbRP2P1/RNB5]

Link: Solution