# Die Schwalbe

No. 242, April 2010

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Die Schwalbe 242, April 2010

12+12. #5

[nn2k2r/ppp1pp1p/4p2p/4N2N/8/4Q3/PP1PPPPP/4KB2]

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Die Schwalbe 242, April 2010

3+12. First move of the rook?

[n2Rbn2/1pkPKppp/ppp1p3/8/8/8/8/8]

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Die Schwalbe 242, April 2010

12+13. Add the necessary pieces. Last 22 half-moves?

[qb6/rpp1p3/2p5/K5p1/PP4Pp/Rk1P1pB1/3PP2P/nRrB4]

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Die Schwalbe 242, April 2010

16+15. Shortest proof game in 16.0 moves

[rn1K1bbk/ppp1qrpp/5n2/3Ppp2/7P/3P4/PPR1PPP1/RNBQ1BN1]

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Die Schwalbe 242, April 2010

14+14. Shortest roof game in 21.0 moves

[rnbqkbnr/Q1pppppp/2P5/2NB4/P1P5/1P1K4/3P1PPP/RN6]

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Die Schwalbe 242, April 2010

16+13. Shortest proof game in 27.0 moves

[rnbqkbnr/1pp1ppp1/B5P1/Q5PK/1RRNP3/1P3P2/1PP1P3/2B2N2]

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Die Schwalbe 242, April 2010

Dem Taoisten Hilmar zum 60. Geburtstag gewidmet

15+11. Proof game in exactly 6.0 moves (Tibet chess)

Tibet chess: When a black piece (except the king) captures a different type of white piece, it changes its colour. (i.e. Sa6xSb4: the knight stays black. Sa6xRb4: The knight becomes white).

[Qn2kbnr/2pppppp/8/8/8/4P3/PPPP1PPP/RNB1K1NR]

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Die Schwalbe 242, April 2010

4+7. -5 & #1, Proca retractor, Anticirce, Magic square type II e6

[2q5/3P1n2/6k1/8/4Q3/1r1rPK2/6p1/3b4]

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Die Schwalbe 242, April 2010

6+10. -11 & #1, Proca retractor, Anticirce

[5B2/1p1k4/bp6/1p6/rp6/r1P5/1KN5/bb1N1B2]

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Die Schwalbe 242, April 2010

4+0. The centers of the squares where the white pieces are are the corners of a rectangle. White plays 4 moves, after which a new rectangle on a different place on the board appears with the same surface. 5 solutions.

Original text: Die Mittelpunkte der Standfelder der wei?#376;en Steine sind die Eckpunkte eines Rechtecks. Wei?#376; macht 4 Züge, sodass ein neues Rechteck mit der gleichen Flächengrö?#376;e an einer anderen Stelle des Schachbretts entsteht. 5 Lösungen!

[8/2N4B/8/8/8/2Q4R/8/8]

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