Original Problems (pages 121-130)

Original Problems (page 121)

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Warm welcome to the well known German author, who loves miniatures and Aristocrat-problems – Stephan Dietrich!

No.186 – hs#3 by Stephan Dietrich – Nice Co-play between standard and neutral pieces! (JV)


No.186 Stephan Dietrich
Germany
original-15.12.2012
 
hs#3          b) nSh6->e3          (2+2+3)
 
Solutions: (click to show/hide)
 

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2 Responses to Original Problems (pages 121-130)

  1. Seetharamanseetharaman says:

    Nice idea showing echo mates. I am just wondering if it would be possible to show the doubling the other way — the netural queen in front of the black queen. Perhaps impossible.

    • Nikola Predrag says:

      Hm, such chameleon echo mates would not be something worth mentioning, but combined with chameleon echo checks by wS it becomes much more interesting. It is not a genuine aristocrat, particularly because of superfluous nBd4 in b).

      In the example below, nSa5 is still badly justified fairy piece:
      W: Sg5 Kd3; B: Kf4 Pg4 Qa2; Neutral Sa5 Qh1; 2 sol.

      One thematic neutral piece (nQ) is enough for the idea:
      W: Sd6 Kf3 Pe2 Pg2; B: Qg8 Pe6 Ke5; Neutral Qh7; 2 sol.

      But I’m sure there must be better ways for the improvement and enrichment as well.

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