# No.1289 (FS)

 No.1289 Francesco Simoni (Италия) Оригинальные сказочные задачи JF – 10/2017-3/2018: октябрь’2017 – март’2018

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 No.1289 Francesco Simoni Italy original – 18.03.2018 Solutions: (click to show/hide) White Bg2 Bb7 Sg7 Kh8 Pa6 Sb2 Black Qc7 Pf7 Pe2 rla8 rlh1 Sf3 Ke4 Sc6 bla1 Be1 Re7 rla3 Pa5 h#3              3 solutions          (6+13) Bishop-Lion a1 Rook-Lion a3, a8, h1 1.Qc7-b8 + Bb7-c8 2.Ke4-e5 Sg7-e8 {(Sh5?)} 3.Sf3-d4 {display-departure-file} Sb2-d3 # 1.Qc7-h2 + Bg2-h3 2.Ke4-e5 Sg7-h5 {(Se8?)} 3.Sc6-d4 {display-departure-file} Sb2-c4 # 1.RLa3*a6 Bb7*a6 2.Ke4-d4 Sb2-a4 3.Sf3-e5 Sg7-f5 # { (C+ by WinChloe 3.40, Popeye 4.79)} White couldn't move a B in c8 or h3, because these moves cause a check, and not even in a6, since this square is occupied by a white pawn. B1 allows one of the B moves. In two solutions the bQ forms an anti-battery with a RL and double check; in the third solution a bRL executes a critical move and sacrifices itself capturing the wP. In B2 the bK indirectly unpins both wS and simultaneously it upins a black unit. In two solutions, the Sg7 moves in W2, exploiting the potential check line destruction, and it guards two squares; the Sb2 moves instead in the third solution. The unpinned black unit moves in B3 to open the line to the second wB and to block a square. Finally, model mate by the other wS, with role reversal of the two wS. (Author)