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Phénix, No. 109, July-August 2002

4039 - T. Le Gleuher
Phenix 109, July-August 2002

(This problem was later found to be cooked)

[1n1qk3/5p2/8/8/8/8/4P3/2B1K3]

3+4. Shortest proof game in 15,5 moves

[1n1qk3/5p2/8/8/8/8/4P3/2B1K3]

Link: Solution


4040 - J.M. Chorein & M. Caillaud
Phenix 109, July-August 2002

[rB2k3/P1ppp3/1p6/3pp2p/1P6/1PP3P1/2P1P3/1B2K3]

10+9. What piece has been captured on e5?

[rB2k3/P1ppp3/1p6/3pp2p/1P6/1PP3P1/2P1P3/1B2K3]

Link: Solution


4041 - J.M. Chorein & M. Caillaud
Phenix 109, July-August 2002

[kRQBB3/2Kpp3/1p1pppp1/bN6/1P6/1P6/1NPPP3/8]

12+9. What are the white captured pieces?

[kRQBB3/2Kpp3/1p1pppp1/bN6/1P6/1P6/1NPPP3/8]

Link: Solution


4042 - A. Frolkin & A. Kornilov
Phenix 109, July-August 2002

(This problem was later found to be cooked)

[n2b1K1N/2pprp2/1p2pRQk/5prb/6p1/PP6/2P1PPPP/8]

11+13. Resolve the position

[n2b1K1N/2pprp2/1p2pRQk/5prb/6p1/PP6/2P1PPPP/8]

Link: Solution


4043 - A. Frolkin & A. Kornilov
Phenix 109, July-August 2002

[2bb2B1/1ppRRP1q/3ppKpp/5p2/1P3k1N/1P3P1P/3PPP2/6B1]

14+11. What are the 2 last checks?

[2bb2B1/1ppRRP1q/3ppKpp/5p2/1P3k1N/1P3P1P/3PPP2/6B1]

Link: Solution


4044 - D. Innocenti
Phenix 109, July-August 2002

See 4305 Phénix 120