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Sep-Oct 2004

R256 - Eyjolfur Eyjolfsson

Probleemblad, Sep-Oct 2004

[rnbqkbnr/ppppppp1/8/7p/8/1PN2N2/P1PPP1PP/R2QK3]

12+16. Proof Game in 10.5 moves

[rnbqkbnr/ppppppp1/8/7p/8/1PN2N2/P1PPP1PP/R2QK3]

Solution


R257 - Unto Heinonen

Probleemblad, Sep-Oct 2004

[rNb1k1N1/ppp2pRq/8/8/8/8/1PPP2Pr/1nBQK1nR]

11+11. Proof Game in 14.0 moves

[rNb1k1N1/ppp2pRq/8/8/8/8/1PPP2Pr/1nBQK1nR]

Solution


R258 - Gerd Wilts

Probleemblad, Sep-Oct 2004

[1knn2r1/p2p3p/b7/2p5/3p1p1q/4r3/PP2B1PP/RNbQ1KNR]

11+14. Proof Game in 18.0 moves

[1knn2r1/p2p3p/b7/2p5/3p1p1q/4r3/PP2B1PP/RNbQ1KNR]

Solution


R259 - Göran Wicklund

Probleemblad, Sep-Oct 2004

[RqR1R1R1/2bprp2/1k1q1n2/8/b7/nn6/1PP1P1P1/RNBQKBNR]

16+11. Proof Game in 29.5 moves

[RqR1R1R1/2bprp2/1k1q1n2/8/b7/nn6/1PP1P1P1/RNBQKBNR]

Solution


R260 - Marco Bonavoglia

Probleemblad, Sep-Oct 2004

This problem was later found to be cooked

[1n1qk2r/p4ppp/1pppp3/2bb4/8/3P4/PPPBPPPP/RN1QKBNR]

16+14. Proof Game in 14.0 moves (Andernach)

[1n1qk2r/p4ppp/1pppp3/2bb4/8/3P4/PPPBPPPP/RN1QKBNR]

Solution


R261 - Peter Brandsma

Probleemblad, Sep-Oct 2004

[R4q2/q3q3/R2q4/q1q5/qq6/qRRRRRRR/2P5/k1K5]

11+10. Shortest proof game?

[R4q2/q3q3/R2q4/q1q5/qq6/qRRRRRRR/2P5/k1K5]

Solution