# No.581 (JL)

 No.581 Juraj Lörinc(Slovakia) Original Problems, Julia’s Fairies – 2014 (II): May – August   →Previous ; →Next ; →List 2014(II) Please send your original fairy problems to: julia@juliasfairies.com

No.581 by Juraj Lörinc – An interesting play of Chinese pieces with a rich specific motivation! (JV)

Definitions:

PAO (PA): (0,1) Chinese. Chinese piece operating along Rook lines: moves as Rook, but captures only by hopping over a hurdle to any square beyond.

VAO (VA): (1,1) Chinese. Chinese piece operating along Bishop lines: moves as Bishop, but captures only by hopping over a hurdle to any square beyond.

 No.581 Juraj LörincSlovakiaoriginal – 01.08.2014 Solutions: (click to show/hide) white Kg1 black kh3 paa3 vac8 pd5 neutral qf4 pae3 pae6 vad3 vaf5 ser-#6         2 solutions         (1+4+5)PAO a3, e3, e6VAO c8, d3, f5 1.nVAd3-a6 2.nPAe3-b3 3.nPAb3-b7 4.nVAa6*c8 5.nPAb7-d7 6.nVAf5*d7 # 1.nPAe6-a6 2.nVAf5-d7 3.nVAd7-a4 4.nPAa6*a3 5.nVAa4-b3 6.nPAe3*b3 #{ (C+ by Popeye 4.67)} Diagonal-orthogonal transformation of the play with total analogy of motivation and geometry. 1st moves to the same square (a6). Cannibal Zilahi (mutual captures of mating pieces). Exchange of the 2nd and the 6th moves (in different form, once with and once without capture). Exchange of move functions nPAe3-nVAf5, nPAe6-nVAd3. Specific Chinese neutral pin checkmates. (Author)

### 6 Responses to No.581 (JL)

1. Vlaicu Crisan says:

Cook: 1.nVAg4 2.nPA3e5 3.nPAf5 4.nVAb5 5.nVAd7 6.nVAxe6#
Is the position correct?

2. Petko Petkov says:

No.581 Juraj Lörinc
No Cook: 1.nVAg4 2.nPA3e5 3.nPAf5 4.nVAb5 5.nVAd7 6.nVAxe6# because Black answers 6…VAxe6!!

• Vlaicu Crisan says:

Sorry, I thought it was a bB on c8, not a bVA!

3. Vlaicu Crisan says:

A splendid composition. Wish I have composed that myself. Bravo, Juraj! 🙂

• seetharaman says:

Yes. Splendid! Nice interplay and change of axis !

4. Sebastien Luce says:

Fantastic composition !
“C’est beau” in french !