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July 2003

R206 - Daniel Novomesky

Probleemblad, July 2003

1. h4 b5 2. h5 Bb7 3. h6 Be4 4. hxg7 h5 5. gxf8=N Nh6 6. Nxd7 Rf8 7. Nxb8 Qd7 8. Nxd7 O-O-O 9. Nxf8 Rd7 10. Ne6 fxe6


R207 - Rustam Ubaidullaev

Probleemblad, July 2003

1. a4 b5 2. axb5 Nc6 3. Rxa7 Nb4 4. Rxc7 Ra1 5. Rc6 Na2 6. Rh6 e6 7. b6 Ba3 8. b4 d6 9. Bb2 Kd7 10. Bf6 Kc6 11. c3 Kb5 12. Qa4+ Kxa4 13. Kd1 Ne7 14. Kc2 Nc6 15. Kd3 Na7 16. Kd4 Ba6 17. b7 Qa5 18. Bh4 Ra8

Black officers are on the a-file.


R208 - Joost de Heer

Probleemblad, July 2003

1. a4 c5 2. Ra3 c4 3. Rf3 c3 4. Rf6 exf6 5. Na3 Ke7 6. Nc4 Qe8 7. Ne5 Kd6 8. Ng6 Kc5 9. Nxh8 Kb4 10. Ng6 Ka3 11. Nf4+ Ka2 12. Nd5 Ka1 13. Nxc3 Ne7 14. Nb1

Orthodox illegal position, rundlauf by the white knight.


R209 - Wolfgang Dittmann

Probleemblad, July 2003

-1. Ne8xRd6[Ng1] Ra8-a6 -2. Bg8xBh7[Bf1] Ra8xXc8[Ra8] -3. Kc3-d3 Bd8-a5 -4. Kc2-c3 and 1. Kb1#

The black promotion capture is made impossible.


R023c - Tom Volet

Probleemblad, July 2003

Dedicated to Henrik Juel

Start position: r1R5/1ppppppp/8/NKp5/2P5/1P2P3/B1PPkPPP/N1q3rR (14+12) 1. Bb1 c6+ 2. Kb6 Qb2 3. Kc7 Qc1 4. Kd8 Qb2 5. Ke8 Qc1 6. Rd8 Rc8 7. Kf8 Rc7 8. Ra8 Qb2 9. Ra6 Qc1 10. Rb6 Qb2 11. Rb4 Qc1 12. Ra4 Qb2 13. Ra2 Qa3 14. Rb2 Qa4 15. Ba2 Qa3 16. Rb1 Qb2 17. Rf1 Qc1 18. Kg8 Qe1 19. Kh8 Kd1 20. Kg8 Kc1 21. Kh8 Kb2 22. Kg8 Qb1 23. Rd1 Re1 24. Kh8 Re2 25. Rdg1 Re1 26. Kg8 Kc1 27. Kh8 Kd1 28. Kg8 Ke2 29. Kh8 Qb2 30. Kg8 Rb1 31. Kh8 Qc1 32. Kg8 Rb2 33. Bb1 Ra2 34. Kh8 Ra4 35. Ba2 Qa3 36. Rb1 Rb4 37. Rb2 Rb6 38. Bb1 Ra6 39. Ra2 Qc1 40. Ra4 Qf1 41. Rb4 Kd1 42. Rb6 Kc1 43. Ba2 Kb2 44. Kg8 Qd3 45. Rb1+ Ka3 46. Rb2 Ra7 47. Ra6 Qc3 48. Bb1 Qb4 49. Kh8 Qb5 50. Ra2+ Kb4 51. Ra3 Qb6 52. Ba2 So 50.5 moves have passed since the last pawn move, and the position is a draw.

But Andrei Frolkin found the following cook: 22... Qe2 23. Rc1 Qd1 24. Bb1 Re1 25. Ba2 Re2 26. Bb1 Qg1 27. Rf1 Re1 28. Ba2 Kc1 29. Bb1 Kd1 30. Ba2 Ke2 31. Kf8 Rb1 32. Kg8 Rb2 33. Bb1 Ra2 34. Kh8 Ra4 35. Ba2 Rb4 36. Rb1 Qf1 37. Rb2 Rb6 38. Bb1 Ra6 39. Ra2 Ra7 40. Ra4 Kd1 41. Ba2 Kc1 42. Rb4 Kb2 43. Rb6 Ka3 44. Ra6 Qd3 45. Rb1 Qc3 46. Rb2 Qb4 47. Bb1 Qb5 48. Ra2+ Kb4 49. Ra3 Qb6 50. Ba2


R197c - Pascal Wassong

Probleemblad, July 2003

1. a4 Nh6 2. Ra3 Nf5 3. Rg3 Nd4 4. Rg6 fxg6 5. d3 Kf7 6. Bg5 Kg8 7. Bf6 exf6 8. c4 Bd6 9. c5 Bf4 10. c6 Bh6 11. cxd7 c5 12. e4 c4 13. e5 c3 14. e6 Qa5 15. e7 Qh5 16. e8=B a5 17. d8=R Ra6 18. Rd5 Rb6 19. Bb5 Nbc6 20. Bc4 Na7 21. Ba2 Rb3 22. Rc5 b5 23. Rc4 Ra3 24. b4 Ba6 25. Rc8#

The promoted pieces shield each other against checks to the black king.

Dolf Wissmann found the following cook: 1. b4 a5 2. Bb2 b5 3. Bf6 exf6 4. c4 Bd6 5. c5 Ne7 6. c6 Kf8 7. cxd7 Kg8 8. a4 Qf8 9. d8=Q Bf4 10. Qd3 Ba6 11. Qg6 c5 12. Ra3 Nbc6 13. e4 Rd8 14. Re3 Rd3 15. e5 Ra3 16. e6 Na7 17. Re4 Nec6 18. e7 c4 19. e8=B c3 20. Bd7 Qc5 21. Be6 Qh5 22. Ba2 Bh6 23. Rc4 Nd4 24. d3 fxg6 25. Rc8#