No.1483 (DN)

No.1483 
Daniel Novomesky 
(Slovakia)

Original Fairy problems
JF-2020/I:
January – June’2020


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No.1483 Daniel Novomesky
Slovakia

original – 09.02.2020

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White Mg5 Kb3 Me3 Black Rd6 Ke5 Rc2

h#5              2 solutions           (3+3)
b) Mg5→b4
Functionary Chess
Moose g5, e3


4 Responses to No.1483 (DN)

  1. Seetharamanseetharaman kalyan says:

    Nice echo mates. I have a question about the definition. Attack means threat to capture. So, can a piece be deemed to attack when that piece itself is not attacked?

    • Daniel Novomesky says:

      In Functionary Chess, a piece (Kings and pawns included) can move/capture/check only if it is attacked/guarded by an enemy piece.

      • Kjell Widlert says:

        An attack (or guard) in Functionary Chess is really observation, so the attack etc is effective even if the attacker/observer is not able to capture (because of pin, or because of himself not being observed by anyone).

  2. Nikola Predrag says:

    The first part looks simple to understand and sufficient:
    “…An attack (or guard) in Functionary Chess is really observation…”.

    But the second part brings back the confusion.
    A pinned piece could indeed attack although it is not able to capture. This means that it could check.

    An unobserved piece does not attack/check although it is able to observe.

    (Now, the confusion might keep on growing, unless the ‘observation’ is explained)
    🙂

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