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Europe Echecs

No. 452 , Jan. 1997

630 - A. Kornilov
Europe Echecs 452, 01/1997

[5n2/2N1pPN1/1PPPrRp1/BrRppBP1/1p3kPK/p1p4p/3PP3/8]

15+12. May White mate in 1?

[5n2/2N1pPN1/1PPPrRp1/BrRppBP1/1p3kPK/p1p4p/3PP3/8]

Link: Solution


631 - M. Caillaud
Europe Echecs 452, 01/1997
Ded. Thierry Le Gleuher

[rn2k1nr/1pp2pp1/qp1p4/2b5/5P2/2Kp2p1/1PP1PP2/RNBQ1BNR]

13+15. Position after Black's 21st move. How did the game go?

[rn2k1nr/1pp2pp1/qp1p4/2b5/5P2/2Kp2p1/1PP1PP2/RNBQ1BNR]

Link: Solution


632 - S. Vokal
Europe Echecs 452, 01/1997
(This problem was later found to be cooked)

[r3k1K1/1p1p2p1/p1pP3p/nrP5/8/5P1P/1PP2RP1/2n2B2]

10+11. White retracts his last move and mates in 2

[r3k1K1/1p1p2p1/p1pP3p/nrP5/8/5P1P/1PP2RP1/2n2B2]

Link: Solution


633 - T. Volet
Europe Echecs 452, 01/1997
Ded. Philippe Schnoebelen

[1rbRRb2/1p1pP1p1/4p2P/3p2p1/1P6/1rP2P2/KPkPPp2/Q1qN4]

13+13. Which squares have necessarily been occupied by White's King Bishop?

[1rbRRb2/1p1pP1p1/4p2P/3p2p1/1P6/1rP2P2/KPkPPp2/Q1qN4]

Link: Solution