My works 320 - 325

Juraj Lörinc, Pat a Mat 31, December 2000, Notes: C017 Sent: 320, fairy h#5 can be found here.

As I already pointed in the comment for solving, it is only necessary to find right place for given mating pictures. (I see in the moment solution isn't present on the web page, but hopefully will insert all missing Pat a Mat solutions in a reasonable time horizon.) What I like in this position is the reciprocity of keys - in a) 1.Ke3-f4, in b) 1.Kf4-e3, that is something not so usual, here, of course, motivated mainly by Haaner chess properties.

Personal rating: C.

Juraj Lörinc
F16 Problemesis 16, August 2000
Notes: C018 Sent: 321

1...Ma2 2.rEAc2 Mc3 3.EAbc4 Mb3 4.EAa4 Mb1 5.EAaa2 rMda3##

1...Md3 2.rEAd1 rMb2+ 3.rEAc3+ rMa4+ 4.EAc4 Mb2 5.EA4a3+ Mb4##

1...rMc3 2.EAbc2 rMa4 3.EAd1 Me2 4.rEAb3+ Mc2+ 5.rEAbd3 rMac1##

1...Mc2 2.rEAd2 Md3 3.rEAc3 Me6 4.EAd3 Mb4 5.EAdc5+ Md4##

Very complicated fairy problem from the point of view of used fairy elements. Looking at it, first one must understand why the given double-mate picture is OK, and only then comes into question the quality of the composition. Well, it shows only 4-fold echo and that's rather too little if someone isn't specialized echo lover.

Personal rating: D.

h##4,5 (3+6)
moose b4, c1, royal moose d5
eagle b3, royal eagle c4
squares a6, b6, g6, h6 are not on board

Juraj Lörinc
Peter Gvozdják

806 Cyclone 2000
Notes: C019 Sent: 322

1.pQc5! th. 2.Sd6# A
1...0-0-0 a 2.Bxe6# B
1...0-0 b 2.Sf6# C
1...pKd8 2.Rd5#
1...pKf8 2.Rf5#

1.Rc5! th. 2.Sf6# C
1...0-0-0 a 2.Sd6# A
1...0-0 b 2.Bxe6# B
1...pKd8 2.pPAb2#
1...pKf8 2.PAf1#
(1...Tf8 2.h8PA#)

Once upon a time, when I paid a visit to Peter, we began composing a problem. He set the theme - Shedey cycle with two castlings as defences, and we started to choose the fairy elements. We tried paralysing units and got a scheme with orthodox "ones" only. But subsequent tries to finish it showed us that is almost impossible to cope with defences 1...Kd8, 1...Kf8. Of course, although it may seem unbelievably, after the keys black king should have 4 flights - and it is a bit too much... We offered the scheme to a few friendly composers, but no one was able to help us. Thus we let it go and only shortly before Cyclone finishing we let ourselves to use chinese pieces too. And suddenly we got an idea of changing the mates after abovementioned defences. It turned out it was possible! Despite the symmetry of 3 Shedey cycle mates the scheme isn't symmetrical.

Personal rating: A.

#2 (15+10)
4+0 pao, 1+1 vao
paralysing unit b6, c4, d2, d3, e2, f4, g1, h4 - c1, e8
2 solutions

Juraj Lörinc
6th Comm 2nd MT M. Grudzinska C 30.6.2000
Notes: C020 Sent: 323

1.Kxd2(Ra1) Se4+ 2.Kd1 Rxc1(Qd8)#

1.Kxf2(Sg1) Sh3+ 2.Ke1 Rd1#

Although I wanted to compose something for Circe h#2 tourney for a very long time, I was unable. Somehow I didn't manage to finish any of my ideas and I found this simple position only a few days before deadline. Well, there are some unifying elements, capture by bK in B1, check by wS in W1 and Circe-specific model mate in W2, but I'd like to show more.

Personal rating: D.

h#2 (3+3)

Juraj Lörinc, 1st HM 5th TT Chess Composition Microweb C 31.8.2000, Notes: C022 Sent: 324, fairy #2 can be found here (solution and comment above diagram).

Mlynka theme (and its sisters in the Slovak school like Brabec theme, Hannelius in defence motives, etc.) is my old love and time to time I return to it. It was only natural that I announced a TT dedicated to it, and that I took part in it. My aim was to popularize it and I was successful in it - at least Mlynka theme was brought to the attention of Reto Aschwanden... My competing problem was successful, probably because Vogtlaender chess offers really unusual defence motives and errors.

Personal rating: C.

Juraj Lörinc
6th HM V. Bunka-65 JT C 30.12.2002
(miniatures section)
Notes: 933 Sent: 325

1.Se7 Bf7 2.Bd7 Bh5 3.Kd8 Rg6 4.Ke8 Rg8#

1.Sb4 Rd2 2.Kb6 Bd1 3.Ka5 Rc2 4.Ka4 Ra2#

And once again some my older composition that lied for a longer time in my files and only suitable TT made me show it to wider public. In fact I doubt it is original, but I know no anticipation. I tried to avoid symmetry as much as possible, it wasn't simple as final positions are far from each other and symmetrical. B1 opens line for white line mover that must hurry, then we see helpmate form of Indian manoeuvre. Unfortunately I had to add bp, it was impossible to block necessary lines by wK because of cooks. In any case good content for miniature fourmover, I think.

Personal rating: B.

h#4 (3+4)

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