This is the first special example file for the 29th TT CCM C 7.7.2011.

For a start, let's have a look at relatively easy orthodox examples. To have broader overview, I have selected one problem for each length between 4 and 9 moves.

Albert H. KniestErich Bartel Feenschach 1965 |
a) 1.h1R 2.Kh2 3.Rg1 4.Kh1 Rh4# |

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ser-h#4 (2+3) b) g1 -» h1 |

Anders LundströmRex Multiplex 1984 |
a) 1.Kd2 2.Rc1 3.e1R 4.Qe2 5.Kd1 Rd4# |

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ser-h#5 (3+5) b) c1 -» g2 |

György BakcsiLászló Zoltán feenschach 2002 |
a) 1.Ra2 2.Rxa3 3.Rxa4 4.Rxa5 5.Rxa6 6.Ra7 Sb6# |

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ser-h#6 (6+9) b) a8 -» a7 |

Tibor ErsekThe Problemist Supplement 2001 |
a) 1.Sd3 2.Sc5 3.Sxa6 4.Sc7 5.Sb5 6.Ka4 7.Rb3 Ra8# |

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ser-h#7 (6+6) b) b3 -» f3 |

Albert GrigoryanStrateGems 2002 |
a) 1.h1B 2.Bf3 3.Bd1 4.c1R 5.Rc7 6.Ba4 7.Bc6 8.Bb7 e8Q# |

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ser-h#8 (2+6) b) c8 -» h8 |

Tode IlievskiSpringaren 1997 |
a) 1.d6 2.dxe5 ... 6.e1S 7.Sd3 8.Sb4 9.Ka5 Rh5# |

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ser-h#9 (5+2) b) b5 -» d6 |

Comments to
Juraj Lörinc.

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