And again the examples for our 7th TT CCM... The start is humble, two older one-phase twomovers with grasshoppers only, but some other problems are stunning - e.g. #16 with grasshoppers or #13 with chinese pieces.

Milan R. Vukcevich6th Place Rose d'Or 1973 |
1.Gd8! zz, |

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#2 (10+14) 3+7 grasshopper |

Fritz Hoffmann1st Prize Chessics 1981 |
1.Gh4! th. 2.e8G# |

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#2 (8+12) 2+3 grasshopper |

Vaclav KotesovecPhénix 1988 |
a) 1.Kc2! Ka2 2.Ga7+ Ka1 3.Gc7 Ka2 4.Gc1 Ka1 5.Gh1 Ka2 6.Ga8+ Ka1
7.Gc6 Ka2 8.Gd5 Ka1 9.Ge4 Ka2 10.Gf3 Ka1 11.Gb1+ Ka2 12.Gd3 Ka1
13.Gc3 Ka2 14.Gc1 Ka1 15.Kb3 a2 16.Ga3# |

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#16 (4+2) 3+0 grasshopper b) g1 -» c1, #14 |

Gerard Smits3rd HM Probleemblad 1988 |
1.Gb6 Ge4 2.Gg1 Gc5 3.Gf3 a4# |

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h#3 (9+10) Madrasi 4+4 grasshopper 2.1.1.1.1.1 |

Hans Peter RehmDie Schwalbe 1991 |
1.Ke5! th. 2.Kf5+ PAg4 3.Kxg4 ~ 4.Kxf5# |

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#5 (6+10) 2+2 pao, 1+2 vao |

Hans Peter Rehm1st Prize 47th TT feenschach 1991 (P. Kniest JT) |
1.VAd4? (th. 2.Sc2#) VAd6! 2.VAb6 (th. 3.Sc2#) VAf8 3.PAd4+ PAxb6! |

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#13 (8+6) 1+2 pao, 2+1 vao |

Michal DragounComm Kotesovec 40 C 29.7.1996 |
a) 1.LIgd1! (LIad1?) Rf7 2.Lxe2-f1 LIe1# |

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h#2 (6+7) 1+2 lion, 0+4 locust rook locust e2, bishop locust b3 b) h1 -» a8 |

Newman GuttmanProbleemblad 1999 |
1.Kg2 Kd1 2.Ge1 Ke2 3.G8g1 Gd1 4.Kh1 Kf3 5.Bh2 Gf1# |

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h#5 (2+4) 1+2 grasshopper |

Newman GuttmanStrateGems 9 - Jan-Mar 2000 |
1.Bb1+! Kg1 2.Sf1+ Rf2 2.Gxg3! g4 4.Sxg4! Gh4 5.Gxe1+ Gxe1# |

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s#5 (9+6) 2+1 grasshopper |

Hans Moser10535v Die Schwalbe April 2001 INCORRECT! |
1.Ge6! g4 2.Se3+ Kf2 3.Sxg4+ Ke2 4.Se3+ Kf2 5.Sf5+ Ke2 6.Gh1 Gg5 7.Se3+ Kf2 8.Sg4+ Ke2 9.Kg1 Gg3# |

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s#9 (9+4) 2+2 grasshopper |

Comments to
Juraj Lörinc.

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