# No.626 (PT)

 No.626 Pierre Tritten (France) Original Problems, Julia’s Fairies – 2014 (III): September – December →Previous ; →Next ; →List 2014(III) Please send your original fairy problems to: julia@juliasfairies.com

No.626 by Pierre Tritten – Continuation of the theme “one neutral Royal piece on the board”. It is also a Happy Birthday problem for Sébastien Luce! Congratulations! (JV)

Definitions:

Sentinels Pion neutre: When a piece (Pawn excluded) leaves a square outside the first and last rows, a white piece leaves a wP, a black piece leaves a bP and a neutral piece leaves a nP unless 8 Pawns of that color are already on the board.

Royal piece: Piece that executes a function of the King on the board.

 No.626 Pierre TrittenFranceoriginal – 18.10.2014Dedicated to Sébastien Lucefor his 51st birthday Hints by author: (click to show/hide) neutral royal Bh6 h#2                                      (0+0+1n)Sentinels Pion NeutreNeutral Royal Bh6b) Neutral royal Sh6 – h#3,5 a) nrB mates itself! b) promoted piece is captured in the mating move Solutions: (click to show/hide) a) 1.nrBh6-g5[+nPh6] + nrBg5-f6[+nPg5] + 2.nrBf6-h8[+nPf6] nrBh8-g7 # b) +nrSh6 1...nrSh6-f5[+nPh6] 2.nrSf5-e7[+nPf5] nrSe7-g6[+nPe7] + { } 3.nrSg6-h8[+nPg6] nPe7-e8=nS 4.nSe8-g7 nPh6*g7 # { (C+ by Popeye 4.69 & WinChloe 3.29)}

### 4 Responses to No.626 (PT)

1. Sebastien Luce says:

Dear Pierre,
what a nice surprise !!
& thank you also to Julia to publish it the D day !
I am very happy ! 🙂
(Remember me your birthdays, I would be pleased to create something special also for you !)

2. Dominique Forlot says:

for the fun, if tou like it, you can add a Twin with two solutions !

b) Neutral royal Qh6 – h#2 Sentinels Pion Neutre & Einstein

h#2 (0+0+1n)
Sentinels Pion Neutre
Einstein
Neutral Royal Qh6

1.nrQh6-f6=R[+nPh6] nrRf6*h6=Q[+nPf6] 2.nrQh6-g5=R[+nPh6] + nrRg5-g7=B[+nPg5] #
1.nrQh6-g6=R[+nPh6] nrRg6-g7=B[+nPg6]+ 2.nPh6-h5 nrBg7-h8=S[+nPg7] #

just to add a candle on the cake! Happy birthday to you :o)

3. Dominique Forlot says:

in the same way, with “pat” Rather than “mat” we have another problem: Royal queen in h3

b) Neutral royal Qh3 : h=2 Sentinels Pion Neutre & Einstein

h=2 (0+0+1n)
Sentinels Pion Neutre
Einstein
Neutral Royal Qh3

two solutions:

a) 1.nrQh3-f1=R[+nPh3] nrRf1-f3=B[+nPf1] 2.nrBf3-h1=S[+nPf3] nrSh1-g3=P[+nPh1] =
b) 1.nrQh3-h1=R[+nPh3] nrRh1-h2=B[+nPh1] 2.nrBh2-g1=S[+nPh2] + nrSg1-f3=P[+nPg1] =

4. Dominique Forlot says:

the case of “Royal-pawn” is intersting so ( with ReversEinstein here! )

exemple: Neutral : Pg7 & h#3

h#3 (0+0+1)
Sentinelles Pion neutre
Einstein inversé
Neutral Royal Pg7

1.nrg7-g6=S nrSg6-f8=B[+nPg6] 2.nrBf8-h6=T[+nf8] nrTh6×g6=B[+nh6] 3.nf8-f7=S nrBg6-h7=T[+g6]‡