No.270,271 (JV&MC)

No.270
Julia Vysotska (Latvia) &
Michel Caillaud (France)

No.271
Julia Vysotska (Latvia)

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red-roses2Happy Birthday, dear Petko!!
Here are some Pelle moves by neutral Chameleons for you to celebrate!
 

 

  • No.270 by Julia Vysotska & Michel Caillaud – This is a gift for the brain;
  • No.271 by Julia Vysotska – And this is a gift for fun! 

(JV)


Definitions:

Nightrider(N): A Rider along a straight line on squares lying a Knight`s move away from each other.

Chameleon: On completing a move, a Chameleon (from classical standard type) changes into another piece, in the sequence Q-S-B-R-Q…  Promotion may be to a chameleon at any stage in the cycle.


 
No.270 Julia Vysotska & Michel Caillaud
Latvia / France
original-27.02.2013
Dedicated to Petko A. Petkov
in occasion of his birthday!
 
270-h#2,5-mc-jv
h#2,5                                      (7+7+4)
b) Neutral Chameleon Rg7
Neutral Nightrider h4
Neutral Chameleon Qg7
 
 
Solutions: (click to show/hide)
 
 
No.271 Julia Vysotska
Latvia
original-27.02.2013
Dedicated to Petko A. Petkov
in occasion of his birthday!
 
271-h#2,5-jv
h#2,5         b) Ka5->e7          (1+6+2)
b) Neutral Chameleon Qf3
Neutral Nightrider f4
 
 
Solutions: (click to show/hide)
 

4 Responses to No.270,271 (JV&MC)

  1. Petko A.PetkovPETKO PETKOV says:

    Thank You very much, dear friends, for your kind dedication!

  2. JuliaJulia says:

    About No.271. I’m not very satisfied with this twin, but for now haven’t found any option how to avoid it, but to keep this different order of moves in 2 solutions.
    The main thematic can be also shown in a very simple form, miniature, h#2:
    271-v-h2-jv.png
    h#2 ; b) Pc3->c2 ; (1+4+2n)

    a) 1.nNe3-d1 ncQf3*c3=ncS 2.ncSc3-b5=ncB ncBb5-a4=ncR #
    b) 1.nNe3-g4 ncQf3*c6=ncS + 2.ncSc6-e5=ncB ncBe5-a1=ncR #

    But I still prefer the published version, although it is less economical, but I find it more interesting.

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