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November 2002

R328 - Eyjolfur Eyjolfsson
The Problemist, November 2002

[rnb2b1r/pp1pp1pp/2p2p2/8/4n3/5NPP/PPP1P2B/R3KBNk]

12+15. Proof game in 13.0 moves

[rnb2b1r/pp1pp1pp/2p2p2/8/4n3/5NPP/PPP1P2B/R3KBNk]


R329 - Unto Heinonen
The Problemist, November 2002
This problem was later found to be cooked! (See R329c)

[rnbqkrn1/p1P2p2/5p1P/2p3Bp/1b2N3/4PNRB/1PP2P1P/3Q1RK1]

15+13. Proof game in 25.0 moves

[rnbqkrn1/p1P2p2/5p1P/2p3Bp/1b2N3/4PNRB/1PP2P1P/3Q1RK1]


F2177R - Enzo Minerva & Antonio Garofalo
The Problemist, November 2002

[rnbq1rk1/ppp1p1b1/4p3/5pp1/8/8/PPPPQPPP/RNB1KBNR]

15+14. Proof gamein 7.0 moves (Circe, Monochromatic)

[rnbq1rk1/ppp1p1b1/4p3/5pp1/8/8/PPPPQPPP/RNB1KBNR]


F2178R - Wolfgang Dittmann
The Problemist, November 2002

[N7/8/P7/k2B4/1Rp2ppr/rpp4P/5ppK/8]

6+10. Retract 21 half-moves for #1 (Proca Retractor, AntiCirce)

[N7/8/P7/k2B4/1Rp2ppr/rpp4P/5ppK/8]


S1938 - Mike Prcic
The Problemist, November 2002

[8/pp6/PP6/8/1B1R4/Q7/PRP5/k1K5]

9+3. s#5

[8/pp6/PP6/8/1B1R4/Q7/PRP5/k1K5]

Note by Joost de Heer: A question about this: Should this be a s#5 or a s#4? After seeing the solution, I'd prefer 's#4', similar to '#1' where black has no last move, and all black moves lead to a #1.