# No.1386 (AB&JL)

 No.1386 Arnold Beine & Juraj Lörinc (Germany / Slovakia) Original Fairy problems JF-2019/I: January – June’2019

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 No.1386 Arnold Beine & Juraj Lörinc Germany / Slovakia original – 17.03.2019 Solutions: (click to show/hide) White Kb4 Sf6 Pc4 Pd3 Pd5 Pd6 Pe2 Pf2 Pg5 Gc1 Ge5 Black Kh8 Pd7 Pg6 Ph7 ser-h#18*       b) Pc4→c5       (11+4) Grasshopper c1, e5 a) 1...Gc1-h6 # 1.h7-h6 2.h6*g5 3.g5-g4 4.g4-g3 5.g3*f2 6.f2-f1=G 7.Gf1*d3 { } 8.Gd3*d6 9.Gd6-d8 10.d7-d6 11.Gd8*d5 12.Gd5-f5 13.Gf5-h7 14.g6-g5 { } 15.g5-g4 16.g4-g3 17.g3-g2 18.g2-g1=G Gc1-h1 # b) wPc4-->c5 1...Gc1-h6 # 1.h7-h5 2.h5-h4 3.h4-h3 4.h3-h2 5.h2-h1=Q 6.Qh1*d5 7.Qd5*d3 { } 8.Qd3*d6 9.Qd6-f8 10.d7-d5 11.d5-d4 12.d4-d3 13.d3-d2 14.d2-d1=B { } 15.Bd1-b3 16.Bb3-g8 17.Bg8-h7 18.Qf8-g8 Gc1-h6 # { (C+ by Popeye 4.79 & Alybadix)} There are no move repetitions in the solutions. One solution destroys the setmate, the other enables the setmate. In a) the lines of the hurdle on h7 must be open, in b) they must be closed. (Authors)

### One Response to No.1386 (AB&JL)

1. Luce says:

Congratulations Arnold, Juraj for these very pleasant and original solutions.