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Phénix

No. 117, April 2003

4211 - J. M. Chorein
Phénix 117, April 2003

[4k2r/7p/B3p3/1p1p4/8/1P6/P7/4K3]

4+6.  h#2 (Monochromatic Chess)

[4k2r/7p/B3p3/1p1p4/8/1P6/P7/4K3]

Link: Solution


4212 - J. F. Baudoin
Phénix 117, April 2003

[8/7b/8/2p2rpp/1b1p4/p4k1P/2pQ3r/2n1K2R]

4+12. h#2

[8/7b/8/2p2rpp/1b1p4/p4k1P/2pQ3r/2n1K2R]

Link: Solution


4213 -  J. M. Chorein
Phénix 117, April 2003

[4k2r/3p1p2/8/7p/8/3p3Q/5P1P/4K2R]

5+6. #3 (Monochromatic Chess)

[4k2r/3p1p2/8/7p/8/3p3Q/5P1P/4K2R]

Link: Solution


4214 - A. Buchanan
Phénix 117, April 2003
After Gligor Denkovski

[rnbqk1nr/p1p1ppp1/8/1p6/8/8/PPPP1P1P/RNBQKBN1]

13+13. Shortest proof game in 8,0 moves (C+)

[rnbqk1nr/p1p1ppp1/8/1p6/8/8/PPPP1P1P/RNBQKBN1]

Link: Solution


4215 - M. Caillaud
Phénix 117, April 2003

[5bnr/1R2p1kp/5p1p/2P4B/8/8/2P1PP2/QNB1K3]

10+8. Shortest proof game in 12,5 moves (C+)

[5bnr/1R2p1kp/5p1p/2P4B/8/8/2P1PP2/QNB1K3]

Link: Solution


4216 - P. Wassong
Phénix 117, April 2003
After Gerd Wilts

(This problem was later found to be cooked. See improvement with 4216v in Phénix 117 solutions)

[N5bn/5pPk/2P3pr/2BR2pr/P2pQ2b/1P1Kp1P1/pp1PPP2/7n]

13+14. Last single move?

[N5bn/5pPk/2P3pr/2BR2pr/P2pQ2b/1P1Kp1P1/pp1PPP2/7n]

Link: Solution