Kjell Widlert Hans Peter Rehm feenschach 1983 |
1.Sxf5! th. 2.Qd4# |
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#2 (7+11) Madrasi |
Theodor Steudel Feenschach 1956 |
1.Kb3 dxc6 2.Ga2 c7 3.Kb2 c8Q 4.Ka1 Qc1# |
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h#4 (2+6) 0+2 grasshopper 2.1.1... |
Albert H. Kniest Caissas fröhliche Tiefgarage 1970 |
1.e3 d4 2.e2 d5 3.e1Q d6 4.Qe7 dxe7(Qd8) 5.Qf8 e8Q+ 6.Kxe8(Qd1) Qd7# |
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h#6 (2+2) Circe |
Göran Wicklund René J. Millour Springaren 1997 |
1.Bc5 b4 2.Bd7 bxc5 3.b5 cxb6 e.p. 4.Ra8 bxc7 5.Rb8 cxb8Q! 6.Kd5 Qxf4 7.Rg8 Qf8!! 8.Be8 f4 9.gxf3 e.p. g4 10.Bh5 gxh5
11.g5 hxg6 e.p. 12.Kc6 gxh7 13.Kd7 hxg8Q 14.Ke8 Qxe6# Spotlight comment by Juraj Lörinc: I need not add much to the above excited comment. Having looking for various problems in the past weeks, I have again stumbled upon this problem and immediately decided to put the spotlight it that for you, if you do not know it yet. For me this is a FIDE Album quality problem, with clear-cut far-reaching strategy, excellent economy and extremely original idea. If it was published a year later, I might have judged it for Album... although there were tons of interesting problems, this one would be surely among those standing out in their "genre". |
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h#14 (4+12) Monochromatic chess |
Hans Gruber Torsten Linß Manfred Rittirsch 3rd Comm Acheres 1993 |
1. if the last move was Kh4xSh3, then: 1.Sxc7(Sg5)+ Kh4(c8Q) 2.Qe3 Qg4# |
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h#2 with retro variations (2+11) Circe Parrain |
Erich Bartel 1053 Problemkiste 117 - 1998 |
Black starts, White mates: 1.Kg2 a7 2.Kf1 a8Q# |
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h#2 (2+2) Phantom chess duplex |
bernd ellinghoven Problemkiste 2000 |
1.g6+ Kh4 2.g5+ Kh3 3.g4+ Kh2 4.g3+ Kh1 5.g2+ Kh2 6.g1Q+ Kh3
7.Qf1+ Kg4 8.Qc4+ d4 9.Qe2+ Kf5 10.Qe5+ dxe5(Qd8) 11.Qf6+ exf6(Qd8)
12.Qa5+ Ke4 13.Qd5+ Kxd5(Qd8) 14.Kc8+ Kc5 15.Qe7+ fxe7(Qd8) 16.Qd5+ Kb6 17.Qd8+ exd8Q# |
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h#17 (2+2) Circe Ultraschachzwang |
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