• JT2 - Anatoly STYOPOCHKIN
  • JT3 - Mirko DEGENKOLBE
  • JT4 - Paz EINAT
  • JT5 - Ján KOVALIC
  • JT6 - Zoltán LABAI
  • JT7 - Efren PETITE
  • JT8 - Mario PARRINELLO
  • JT9 - Lev GROLMAN
  • JT10 - Menachem WITZTUM
  • JT11 - Valery GUROV
  • JT12 - Eliahu FASHER
  • JT1 Helmut zajic die Schwalbe 2000 (V)




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    JT1 - Helmut ZAJIC

    Die Schwalbe 2000 (v)

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    White : Kb8 Rf8 Bg8c5 Sg5 Pb4c4h3d2

    Black : Kd3 Rd7 Bg6 Pe7h7e5
    h‡2 (9+6) C+

    2.1.1.1
    1.Fé4 C×é4 2.R×é4 F×h7‡

    1.Td4 F×d4 2.R×d4 Td8‡
    Zajic theme (piece moves to a certain square, then it is captured on that square by a piece then captured on the very same square by the king) is shown here in both solutions.

    Zajic

    Sacrifice
    JT2 - Anatoly STYOPOCHKIN

    Shakhmatnaya Kompozitsiya 2000

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    White : Kb2 Re1 Bd7 Sb3 Pg5f4c2d2f2

    Black : Kd6 Qc7 Rf6e2 Be4 Sb5b4 Pb6
    h‡2 (9+8) C+

    b) pf4®ç4

    c) cb3®é3
    a) 1.Rd5 Tç1 2.Dd6 ç4‡

    b) 1.Ré5 Tf1 2.Td6 f4‡

    c) 1.Rç5 Td1 2.Cd6 d4‡
    Three positions have common elements: 3 moves by bK, 3 moves by wR on the base rank, 3 blocks of d6 and finally 3 mates by pawn double-step.
    2° coups noirs sur la męme case

    Demi-clouage blanc

    Auto-blocage

    Mats modčles
    JT3 - Mirko DEGENKOLBE

    Tchéquie - Saxe 2000-02

    2° Place

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    White : Ke1 Qh8 Rd2h1 Bf1 Sd1 Pc3h3a2

    Black : Ka1 Re4d3 Pc4f4a3f3g3e2
    h‡2 (9+9) C+

    b) Ra1«th1
    a) 1.é×d1=C+ Fé2 2.C×ç3 0-0‡

    b) 1.é×f1=F+ Cé3 2.F×h3 0-0-0‡
    1st rank is cleared to allow mating by boh castlings. Black pawn promotes to the same type of piece as is captured, remaining white S or B pins itself on e-file and isn't used in mates. However the whole concept seems to be very original.
    Promotion

    Roque
    JT4 - Paz EINAT

    Ofer COMAY

    The Problemist 2000

    5° Recommandé e.a.

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    White : Ke3 Rh4b1 Bd5 Sf2 Pe6f6g5b4

    Black : Ke5 Ra1 Sg7h1 Pb5h5a4c3g3d2
    h‡2 (9+10) C+

    b) ré3«Ré5
    a) 1.R×d5 Rf4 2.Rç4 Ré5‡

    b) 1.R×f2 Ré4 2.Rg2 Ré3‡
    Direct royal battery is constructed and subsequently fired, on the way some white pieces are eaten by bK. Thematical twinning gives the paradox - to mate Black, White has to rush with his king to the square occupied by wK in the initial position of the other phase.
    Jumeaux chromatiques

    Anderssen

    Batterie royale
    JT5 - Ján KOVALIC

    Moment 2000

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    White : Kg5 Rd7f4 Bg7 Sb2 Pa5c5d5e4

    Black : Kd4 Qe5 Ra3c3 Ba8h8 Pe7c6f5b4d2
    h‡2 (9+11) C+

    4.1.1.1
    1.T×ç5 Cd1 2.Td3 é×f5‡

    1.Tç4 Ca4 2.Té3 d×ç6‡

    1.R×ç5 T×f5 2.Dé6 d×é6‡

    1.Ré3 T×é7 2.D×d5 é×d5‡
    Two pairs of almost totally symmetrical solutions are ended by 4 pawn battery mates with capture.
    Auto-blocage

    Batterie blanche

    Captures réciproques

    Mat par clouage

    Auto-clouage direct

    Auto-déclouage indirect
    JT6 - Zoltán LABAI

    Martin-Zilina 2000-01

    5° Prix

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    White : Ka3 Rb4h4 Se2 Pc4d4f4h3d2

    Black : Ke4 Qc5 Rc6 Bb6b5 Sf5h5 Pd6d5e5f3
    h‡2 (9+11) C+

    b) th4®d1
    a) 1.D×d4 ç5 2.Fd3 Cç3‡

    b) 1.D×ç4 d×é5 2.Fé3 d3‡
    With help of Black White pins the bQ and as soon as appropriate square is blocked by bB, White can mate using the pin of bQ.
    Auto-blocage

    Mat par clouage

    Clouage indirect

    Déclouage direct
    JT7 - Efren PETITE

    Buletin Problemistic 2000

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    White : Kc2 Be6 Pf7d5b4a3e3b2d2

    Black : Kc4 Qf1 Rd4b1 Bf8g6 Se4c1 Pe7g7b5a2
    h‡2 (9+12) C+

    3.1.1.1
    1.Td3 b3+ 2.Td×b3 d6‡

    1.Cé2 d6+ 2.Td5 d3‡

    1.Ta1 d3+ 2.C×d3 b3‡
    Cycle of white moves with tempo motivation: Black needs 2 moves to allow any of three prospective mates, but White lacks tempo moves. So White must check so that Black can parry the check immediately.
    Cycle des coups blancs

    Batterie blanche

    Mat par clouage
    JT8 - Mario PARRINELLO

    diagrammes 2000

    4° Prix

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    White : Kh2 Qh3 Re6 Bb3f2 Sb7 Ph4d3f3

    Black : Kb6 Rc8e2 Bb8 Se5d4 Pc6b5f5a4b4c2
    h‡2 (9+12) C+

    b) Pb5®d6
    a) 1.Rç7 Dg3 2.C×b3 Té7‡

    b) 1.Rb5 D×f5 2.C×é6 Fç4‡
    Black Se5 is pinned in two different directions, but the point seems to be in the required jump of Sd4 - he must move away to get guard of b6 by wB.
    Zilahi

    Auto-déclouage indirect

    Ouverture de ligne blanche par les Noirs

    Clouage direct

    Mat par clouage
    JT9 - Lev GROLMAN

    Shakhmatnaya Poezya 2000

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    White : Kb1 Ra4c3 Ba8 Sb2h2 Pb7b4f4

    Black : Ke4 Qg6 Rb6h1 Bh7g1 Sd7f7 Pg7g4b3h3
    h‡2 (9+12) C+

    b) ch2®ç2
    a) 1.T×b4 Cç4 2.T×b7 Cé3‡

    b) 1.T×b7 Tç6 2.T×b4 Tf6‡
    Inversion of moves by bR that selfpins twice, but after the first move it is unpinned, the battery is formed and then mates.
    Echange des coups noirs

    Batterie blanche

    Mats modčles

    Mat par clouage

    Auto-clouage direct

    Déclouage indirect
    JT10 - Menachem WITZTUM

    Moskovskaya Matreshka, Pula 2000

    1° Mention d'Honneur

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    White : Kb8 Rd8h5 Se5c4 Pb6c5b2c2

    Black : Kd4 Qg3 Re8h3 Be4c1 Sf7d5 Pg6a5a4a3
    h‡2 (9+12) C+

    b) Cd5«cé5
    a) 1.Fd3 Cd6 2.Cé3 Cç6‡

    b) 1.Cd6 Cdé3 2.Cd3 ç3‡
    Move Sd5-e3 is repeated by both sides, as is the simultaneous closing of two lines g3-b8 and d8-d4 by knight move to d6.

    Jumeaux chromatiques
    JT11 - Valery GUROV

    Wola Gulowska 2000

    1° Recommandé

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    White : Ka2 Qh8 Rh4 Bg8a7 Ph7c5e5e4

    Black : Kd4 Qa6 Rh6f3 Bf8 Sb3g2 Pb7a5b5c3d3d2
    h‡2 (9+13) C+

    3.1.1.1
    1.Td6 Df6 2.Té3 é×d6‡

    1.Tf5 Tf4 2.Cé3 é×f5‡

    1.Dd6 Fb6 2.Ca1 ç×d6‡
    The order of black moves is determined by required anticritical character of first moves - White simply has to move along the battery line to avoing its guard after firing the battery.
    Batterie blanche

    Coup critique
    JT12 - Eliahu FASHER

    Problemas 2000

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    White : Kc2 Qb4 Bb2g2 Se1 Pb5h4b3h2

    Black : Ke5 Qd4 Re3f3 Bb7a1 Sb6e6 Pe7d6h6c5h5g4
    h‡2 (9+14) C+

    b) cé1®b1
    a) 1.Tf5 Fç1 2.Rf4 Cd3‡

    b) 1.Rd5 Dd2 2.Té5 Cç3‡
    In the initial position bQ is pinned on the long diagonal by wB. In the mates, however, the same bQ is pinned by wQ on the orthogonal lines, while wB pins bR in the a) position and … sleeps in b) position. Double pin mates are OK.
    Katalog: chess

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