# Original Problems (35)

## Original Problems (page 35)

Original fairy problems published during 2012 will participate in the informal tourney JF-2012

The site is mostly about fairies, but h# and s# are also welcomed for publication! Please send your problems to my e-mail: julia@juliasfairies.com

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No.79 – h#2 by Antonio Garofalo Author gives his version of No.70 by Antonio Agostini. (JV)

No.80 – ser-h#7 by Antonio Garofalo Nice moves of the black King which closes the black Queen. (JV)

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 – No.79 Antonio Garofalo Italy (version after V.Agostini) original – 09.08.2012 – h#2                b) Pd4-e3              (5+6) Lions: a8, h6   – Solutions: (click to show/hide) a) 1.Be6 (Bb7? illegal) LIe8+ 2.Bd5 LIe6‡ b) 1.Se6 (Sc6? illegal) LIhh1 2.Sd4 LIb7‡ – In diagram no. 70 the motivation of 1.Sf5 is to be the hurdle for Lion. Therefore no Sb5? Instead, the motivation of 1.Bf7 is because 1.Bc6? is illegal move. In my version all first moves are illegal. (Author) –   No.80 Antonio Garofalo Italy – original – 10.08.2012 – ser-h#7          b) Ke2->a6            (4+8)   – Solutions: (click to show/hide) a) 1.Kc4 2.Qb5 3.Qd7 4.Kd5 5.Ke6 6.Kf5 7.Kg4 Bxd7# b) 1.Kd3 2.Qf1 3.Qf6 4.Kxe3 5.Kf4 6.Kg5 7.Kh4 Bxf6# –

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### One Response to Original Problems (35)

1. seetharaman says:

No.80. Unusual motivation of black King protecting white king from check ! More common is black pieces shutting off white pieces to let the black king cross over. I like it very much.