# No.1415,1416 (CB)

 No.1415,1416 Claude Beaubestre (Франция) Оригинальные сказочные задачи JF-2019/I: январь – июнь’2019

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 No.1415 Claude Beaubestre France original – 29.06.2019 Solution: (click to show/hide) white Kf4 Rc3g2 Bh7h2 Sc5h3 Pf7d6f5h5b4d3d2 black Kh6 Pd7c6 ser-h#14                                  (14+3) Bolero inverse Rex Inclusiv 1.Kh6*h7 2.Kh7*f7 3.Kf7-e8 4.Ke8-d8 5.Kd8-c8 6.Kc8-b7 7.Kb7-a6 8.Ka6-b5 { } 9.Kb5-a4 10.Ka4-b3 11.Kb3-c2 12.Kc2-d1 13.Kd1-e2 14.Ke2-f1 Rg2-e2 # { (C+ by WinChloe 3.45)} Black king is under double check at the diagram: the last move may have been Bg5 × h7 ++ by the White King on the King's Bishop's Column and by the White Bishop on the King's Rook column. The series is played by the Black King and the mat is given by the White Rook which threatens to capture as a King. The Black King can not capture the Rook as it is protected by the "Bishop" h2. (Author) No.1416 Claude Beaubestre France original – 29.06.2019 Solutions: (click to show/hide) White Kb7 Black Ke7 Neutral Pd7f2 h#2.5 by the Black               (1+1+2) 2 solutions Bolero 1...f2-f1=nQ 2.d7-d8=nR nRd8-b6+ 3.Kb7-a7 nQf1-a6 # 1...f2-f1=nR 2.Kb7-a6 nRf1-b5 3.d7-d8=nQ+ nQd8-a5 # { (C+ by WinChloe 3.45)} Exchanged promotions ; chameleon echo. (Author)

### 3 комментария: No.1415,1416 (CB)

1. Joost пишет:

From the definition: “Castling is permitted if the king and the rook are on their starting positions (or with Circe-reborn K or / and R) and the squares between them are not attacked by enemy pieces according to the Bolero condition.”

According to this definition, long castling isn’t allowed if b1 is attacked.

And why the strange stipulation in 1416? The reverse position (wKe2 / bKb2 / nPd2, f7) is a regular h#2.5 Bolero.

• Kjell Widlert пишет:

I assume the Bolero definition is imprecise concerning long castling. In orthodox chess, long castling is (of course) legal even if b1 is attacked; there is no reason things should be different in Bolero.

2. Pеtko Petkov пишет: