# No.667 (ND)

 No.667 Nicolas Dupont(Франция) Оригинальные задачи, Julia’s Fairies – 2014 (III): Сентябрь- Декабрь   →Предыдущая ; →Следующая ; →Список 2014(III) Пожалуйста, присылайте свои оригинальные сказочные задачи на: julia@juliasfairies.com

No.667 – Nicolas Dupont –  PG задача, демонстрирующая новую вариацию Anti-Take&Make! (JV)

Определение:

Anti-Take & Make Type II: When a piece is captured (King excluded), it immediately moves without capture from its vanishing square, using a moving possibility of the capturing piece (color included). The “take” is forbidden if not followed by such a “make”, chosen by the capturing piece’s side.

 No.667 Nicolas DupontFranceoriginal – 14.12.2014 Solution: (click to show/hide) white Bf1c1 Ke1 Qd1 Ph2g2f2e2d2c2b2a2 Sg1b1 Rh1a1 black Bf8c8 Ke8 Qd8 Ph7g7f7e7d7c7b7a7 Sg8b8 Rh8a8 PG6                                   (16+16)Anti-Take & Make type II 1.e2-e4 h7-h5 2.Qd1*h5[+bPg6] a7-a5 3.Qh5*a5[+bPb6] Ra8-a6 4.Qa5*b6[+bPa7] Rh8-h4 { } 5.Qb6*g6[+bPh7] Ra6*g6[+wQg4] 6.Qg4-d1 Rh4*e4[+wPe2] {dia (C-)} As far as I know this is the first illustration of the newly-programmed (on WinChloe) condition Anti-T&M type II. It contains 3 switchbacks from Pawns – necessarily fairy moves, as well as a circuit from the white Queen and a fully home-based white side. It is not computer tested. (Author)

### 3 комментария: No.667 (ND)

Looks very nice. Such using of fairy conditions in PGs gives an another view of the possibilities in this genre.

2. dupont пишет:

Thanks Diyan. It is worth to compare the 4 « make » possibilities, after a given “take” part, according to which piece is moving (the capturing one or the captured one), and according to which type of moving way is used (the own one or the opponent one). As an example with WPa2, BPb3 and “take” part a2xb3, we get the following homogeneous picture:

T&M: WPb3 -> b2 (capturing, opponent)
Anti-T&M: BPb3 -> b2 (captured, own)
T&M type II: WPb3 -> b4 (capturing, own)
Anti-T&M type II: BPb3 -> b4 (captured, opponent)

3. dupont пишет:

Anti T&M and their variations is now possible to check with Jacobi (use the condition Couscous for type II), and the problem is C+ Jacobi!