# Die Schwalbe

No. 151, February 1995

R1 - Caillaud, Michel
Problemkiste, 08/1994

9+16. Shortest proof game in 9.5 moves (Andernach chess)

R2 - Ring, Ulrich
feenschach, Aug. 1985
Ded. Hans Gruber
1st Hon. Mention feenschach 1985

13+16. Shortest proof game in 13.0 moves

R3 - Dunsany, Edward John Moreton Drax Plunk
The Week-End Problems Book, 1932

8+16. Mate in 4

8756 - Keym, Werner
Die Schwalbe Heft 151, 02/1995

8+1. Add one piece and then mate in 1. How many solutions?

8757v - Zolotarew, A.
Die Schwalbe Heft 160, 08/1996 (for the corrected version)

12+13. Last 26 single moves?

8758 - Haas, Josef
Die Schwalbe Heft 151, 02/1995

16+10. Add the bl. King so that he is checkmated

8759 - Zolotarew, A.
Die Schwalbe Heft 151, 02/1995

10+12. Least number of Queen moves?

8760 - Wong, Peter
Die Schwalbe Heft 151, 02/1995

15+10. Shortest proof game in 20.5 moves

8761 - Bachmann, Karlheinz
Die Schwalbe Heft 151, 02/1995

16+16. Shortest proof game in 34.0 moves

8762 - Haas, Josef
Die Schwalbe Heft 151, 02/1995

5+10. sh#1 (3 Solutions)
Auxiliary question: why not h#1?

8763 - Louridas, Panos
Die Schwalbe Heft 151, 02/1995

0+62. (a) Replace all 62 Bs by two (fairy) men, so that there is the same number of variations in a seriesmover!
(b) Which mathematician could give his name to these variations?