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

Having covered the orthodox series helpmates in the first special example file, here we have a few fairy series helpmates with twin formed by moving the black king. Of course, there is a lot of untapped potential here.

Herbert H. BirkleProblemkiste 1992 |
a) 1.f1Z 2.Zd4 f8Z# |

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ser-h#2 (4+2) nightrider e4, zebra f6 b) d5 -» h4 |

Eric HuberPhenix 2002 |
a) 1.Ke6(+f6) 2.Ke5(+e6) 3.Kd4(+e5) 4.Kc5(+d4) 5.Kd5(+c5) Gc6(+e4)# |

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ser-h#5 (2+1) Sentinelles grasshopper e4 b) f6 -» g6 |

Yoshikazu UedaProblem Paradise 2006 |
a) 1.g1nS 2.h1nQ 3.nQh7 4.nSf3 5.nSe5 nLOxe5-f5# |

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ser-h#5 (1+1+3) 3 neutral pieces, locust a5 b) f6 -» c6 |

Erich BartelPhenix 2005 |
a) 1.a1R 2.Rg1 3.b1GR 4.GRf3 5.GRh2 GRd3# |

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ser-h#5 (2+3) Alphabetic chess gnurider a4 b) h1 -» h8 |

Jorge J. LoisProblemas 1980 |
a) 1.Gg1 2.b5 3.b4 4.b3 5.b2 6.b1G 7.Ge1 8.Kf1 Qf3# |

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ser-h#8 (2+3) grasshopper b6 b) f2 -» e3 c) f2 -» g6 |

Jaroslav Stun6th Comm Die Schwalbe 2007 |
a) 1.Kxd5 2.exd6(Gc4) 3.Kxc4(Gc5) 4.dxc5(Gb3) 5.Kd4(Gd5) 6.c4 7.cxb3 8.Kxe5(Gc4)
9.b2(Ge4) 10.b1R 11.Kxd5 12.Rf1(Gh5) 13.Rf4 14.Kxe4 Gxf4(Gh4)# |

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ser-h#14 (4+3) Circe Parrain 3+0 grasshopper b) c6 -» c8 |

Zoran JanevU.S. Problem Bulletin 1990 |
a) 1.Ke8 2.Kd7 3.Ge8 4.Kd8 5.Gc8 6.Ke8 7.Kf8 8.Gg8 9.Ke8 10.Kd7 11.Kc6 12.Kd5 13.Ke4 14.Kf3 15.Kg4
16.Kh5 17.Kh6 18.Kh7 19.Kh8 Kg6# |

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ser-h#19 (2+2) grasshopper a4 b) f8 -» g8 |

Comments to
Juraj Lörinc.

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