Original Problems (62)

Original Problems (page 62)

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Warm welcome to well-known Macedonian composer and editor of magazine Vratniza-64 – Bosko Miloseski

No.118 – hs#3 – Fine line-combinations, executed by the white Rook in cooperation with black “colleagues”. (JV)

No.118.1 – hs#3 – And this is a very nice improvement to No.118, coming after about 2,5 months and based on the comments to the 1st version. I’m happy to publish it here as well! (JV)


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No.118 Bosko Miloseski
original – 28.08.2012
hs#3            b) pc6→d5             (3+7)
Solution: (click to show/hide)

No.118.1 Bosko Miloseski
original – 11.11.2012
hs#3              2 solutions             (5+9)
Solution: (click to show/hide)

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7 Responses to Original Problems (62)

  1. Twin form seems to be unnecessary. What about the following version?
    White Rg7 Pf6 Kh1
    Black Kh8 Pc5 Rg5 Pd4 Pe4 Rg3

  2. Petko A.PetkovPETKO PETKOV says:

    No.118 Bosko Miloseski
    I think that the main question here is not the name of the theme. It’s not so important how we can call it. The problem № 118 has a very significant defect, that in my opinion, essentially reduces its evaluation. It is a repetition of black blocking – moves with black Rooks on g8. This defect should be avoided at all costs, before we think about other improvements!
    Obviously, there’s a lot of possibilities in this aspect, but it is clear – these experiments are difficult and do not lead quickly to the good results.
    I’d like to demonstrate here not the best Version of №118, but just some experimental positions. They can be a basis for a more interesting and meaningful versions:
    1.Ra4-a2 Rf5-f1 2.Ra2-f2 Rc6-h6 3.Rf2-f8+ Rf1xf8‡
    1.Ra4-a5 Rc6-c4 2.Ra5-c5 Rf5-h5 3.Rc5-c8+ Rc4xc8‡

    1.Ra4-a2 Rf5-f1 2.Ra2-f2 Rc6-h6 3.Rf2-f8+ Rf1xf8‡
    1.Ra4-a5 Rc6-c4 2.Ra5-c5 Rf5-h5 3.Rc5-c8+ Rc4xc8‡

    In Version 2 we see two pinned pieces in final position. But I think that it is not an important plus in comparison with Version 1 because here Bh7 is a static pinned piece (as Rg7 of course). If a white piece is static pinned (therefore – it makes not moves in play) we cannot evaluate this pin as a sufficient high plus of a problem (by the by, a technical character has also Bd4).
    Static status of Rg7 is also not so pleasant but here this piece keeps squares around the b.K – therefore Rg7 is a better static figure as Bh7. Therefore I think that V1 is better as V2 but the idea for thematic pins with the “Not Turton Rook” deserves interest – probably – in some other positions or even – in problems in 3.5 or 4 moves with additional thematic motives.

  3. Seetharamanseetharaman says:

    hm…. Interesting versions by Petkov. But I thought in the original problem, the blocks on g8 being by different rooks was not a defect.

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