# No.1328 (MP)

 No.1326 Mario Parrinello (Италия) Оригинальные Retro & PG задачи JF – R2017-18

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 No.1328 Mario Parrinello Italy original – 23.09.2017 Solutions: (click to show/hide) white Bf1c1 Ke1 Qd1 BPh2g2f2e2d2c2b2a2 Sg1b1 Rh1a1 black Bf8c8 Ke8 Qd8 BPh7g7f7e7d7c7b7a7 Sg8b8 Rh8a8 PG 15                                       (13+16) Glasgow Chess Berolina pawns 1.BPg2-e4{display-departure-file} BPh7-g6{display-departure-file} 2.BPe4-f5 BPg6-h5 3.BPf5-g6 Sg8-f6 4.BPg6-h7=S Sf6-e4 { } 5.Sh7-f6+ BPf7*f6 6.BPa2-c4{display-departure-file} Ke8-f7 7.BPc4-d5 Kf7-g6 8.BPd5-e6 Kg6-g5 { } 9.BPe6-f7=S+ Kg5-h4 10.Sf7-d6 BPd7*d6 11.BPc2-a4 Qd8-d7 12.BPa4-b5 Qd7-f5 { } 13.BPb5-c6 Bc8-e6 14.BPc6-d7=S Sb8-c6 15.Sd7-b6 BPb7*b6 {dia (C+ by Jacobi (author))} 3 Knight Ceriani-Frolkin without capture by White, with white home-base and the minimum total theoretical moves in the context of Berolina+Glasgow. (Author)

### 2 комментария: No.1328 (MP)

1. dupont пишет:

Interesting… It looks complicated, although maybe not impossible, to go further with 4 CF Knights. The difficulty is that there is not enough place for the last white pawn to do the job, and using a black one is dangerous, as it may be captured directly, without having been promoted.

2. Mario Parrinello пишет:

Yes, Nicolas, 4 Knights was my initial thought but as you may guess there are several technical difficulties and you already mentioned one of them. Another serious difficulty is to prevent that different BPs could reach the promotion squares; in this regard, the trick to makes sound my problem was the placement of Se4!
I’m glad you have enjoyed my problem.