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1995, Page 3

21 - Eric Angelini
Retro Mailing List, 08.09.1995
("A Retro-Joke")

[N3k3/8/8/8/8/8/8/K5b1]

2+2. "No more castling", said White. Was Black's last move a pawn move?

[N3k3/8/8/8/8/8/8/K5b1]


22 - Eric Angelini
Retro Mailing List, 12.09.1995
("More Rooks!")

[1nbqkb2/pp1pppp1/2p5/8/8/7P/PP1PPPP1/2B1KB2]

10+12. These captures occurred during the game: RxR, NxR, BxR, KxR. Who captured the original Black Rook h8?

[1nbqkb2/pp1pppp1/2p5/8/8/7P/PP1PPPP1/2B1KB2]


23 - Eric Angelini
Retro Mailing List, 23.09.1995
(Version of No. 21)

[N3k3/8/8/2p5/8/8/K7/8]

2+2. "No more castling", said White, and Black played. What do share the last 4 single moves?

[N3k3/8/8/2p5/8/8/K7/8]


24 - Richard Sabey
Retro Mailing List, 28.09.1995
("My first SPG")

[rn1qk1n1/p1pp1p1p/8/Bp6/bP6/8/P1PP1P1P/RN1QK1N1]

12+12. Shortest proof game in 9.0 moves

[rn1qk1n1/p1pp1p1p/8/Bp6/bP6/8/P1PP1P1P/RN1QK1N1]


25 - Henrik Juel
Retro Mailing List, 28.09.1995
("My first SPG")

[3r1rk1/2p1pp1p/p7/8/8/8/PPPNPPPP/RNBQKBNR] [Solution]

16+8. Proof game in 10.0 moves

[3r1rk1/2p1pp1p/p7/8/8/8/PPPNPPPP/RNBQKBNR]


26 - Eric Angelini
Retro Mailing List, 09.10.1995
("A Retro Joke")

[8/8/8/8/8/1P6/PP6/k5KR] [Solution]

5+1. White just made a half single move: What was his last single move?

[8/8/8/8/8/1P6/PP6/k5KR]


27 - Richard Sabey
Retro Mailing List, 11.10.1995

4+1. White to play and mate in one and one-third moves

[8/1kBK4/1P6/1P6/8/8/8/8]


28 - Joost de Heer
Retro Mailing List, 11.10.1995
[Solution]

14+15. Shortest proof game in 12.5 moves.

[rn2kbnr/ppp1pp1p/4p3/4N3/3q2P1/1P3P1b/1PPPP1B1/1NBQK2R]


29 - Richard Sabey
Retro Mailing List, 22.12.1995

              +---+
              | k |
          +---+   +---+	
          |B    P    N|
          +---+   +---+
              | K |
              |   |
              | B |
              +---+
                .
WK(1,1) WB(0,2)(1,0) WN(2,2) WP(2,1) BK(3,1)
  Richard Sabey December 1995
    for all you retro-lovers
      but most especially
	for Eric Angelini
	  Find the board
	       #3