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Die Schwalbe

No. 157, February 1996

9129 - Gerald Ettl
Die Schwalbe Heft 157, 02/1996

[nBb2R1R/bqr5/kppp4/n3K2B/p1P1ppNN/rP2PPpp/P2P1QPP/8] (solution)

16+16. Last 30 single moves?

 


9130 - Alexandr Zolotarew
Die Schwalbe Heft 157, 02/1996

[3Rr3/p3pp2/4Pp2/1p2pK1b/6Br/5kp1/3R1PNp/4BRqQ] (solution)

10+13. All Rook moves took place in succession. What is the minimum number of these moves?
(b) Pb5 -> b6, Pe5 -> e4
(c) Rh4 -> h7, Pe6 -> e3
(d) Pb5 -> b6, Pe5 -> e4, Rh4 -> h7, Pe6 -> e3

 


9131 - Alexandr Zolotarew
Die Schwalbe Heft 157, 02/1996

[1b2b3/nPnp1r2/2pK4/R2B1r2/PNk1P3/2P1p1PP/2PP4/3R4] (solution)

13+10. All Rook moves took place in succession. What is the minimum number of these moves?
(a) Diagram; (b) Nb4 -> f4, Rd1 -> h1

 


9132 - Juri Arefjew
Die Schwalbe Heft 157, 02/1996

[1X4X1/2pppp2/1p4p1/3R4/2P5/1PrkPPP1/1prNRPp1/n1XQKX1N] (solution)

12+12+4. Colour the bishops! (2 solutions)

 


9133 - Andrej Frolkin
Die Schwalbe Heft 157, 02/1996
(This problem was later found to be cooked)

[3qR1Br/1pp3r1/p1p2nkb/2n2b2/4P3/1P6/1PPP2P1/1NBQK2R] (solution)

13+12. Position after 20 moves. May White play 21. O-O?

 


9134 - Rolf Uppström
Die Schwalbe Heft 157, 02/1996

[8/n6p/1p4b1/2n1b1qp/3prkrp/4p1pp/8/4K2R] (solution)

2+16. Mate in 1

 


9135 - Juri Lubkin
Die Schwalbe Heft 157, 02/1996

[888/2N1PkP1/2BP1p2/7R/3N4/8] (solution)

7+2. Add the Wh. King, then mate in 1; (3 solutions)

 


9136 - Juri Lubkin
Die Schwalbe Heft 157, 02/1996

[k7/1r1Q4/K7/88888] (solution)

2+2. Wh. retracts, reaching a position where
(1) Wh. may mate in 1,
(2) Bl. may mate in 1 (assuming he has the move), and
(3) Wh. may helpmate in 1 (Wh. plays then Bl. mates)