19-31st of October, 2015
- (31.10) No.935.1 – Sébastien Luce & Paul Rãican (ser-h#13; PWC; Einstein Chess). A new version to No.935: “All white units contributes to checkmate. Four corners theme is replaced with come-and-go path: a2-a3-f8-h8-f8-a3-a2.“ (PR)
- (29.10) No.943 – Gani Ganapathi (hs#3; Paralysing piece). Paralysing pieces in reciprocal under-promotions.
- (28.10) No.942 – Erich Bartel (h#4; Equihopper; Eagle; Sparrow). A four-corner quadruplet!
- (26.10) No.941.1 – Sébastien Luce & Vlaicu Crişan (h#3; Circe Antipodes; Anti-Circe (Cheylan)). An improved version to No.941.
- (25.10) No.941 – Sébastien Luce (h#3; Circe Antipodes; Anti-Circe (Cheylan); Royal Fairy Bishop). A combination of Circe Antipodes and Anti-Circe.
- (24.10) No.940 – Erich Bartel (ser-h=13; Anti-Circe; Alphabetic Chess; Disparate PY). Disparate-stalemate in a serial problem.
- (22.10) No.939 – Karol Mlynka (hs#3). Black Royal battery play; pins.
- (21.10) No.938 – Pierre Tritten (h#2; Take & Make). Take&Make effects in each half-move!
- (20.10) No.937 – Ladislav Packa (hs#3). Black minimal with interesting finals.
- (19.10) No.936 – Georgy Evseev (#3; Disparate). Cycle in a Disparate #3.
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All previously published problems you can find in the subsections of Original Problems menu on the top. The judge of informal fairy tournament JF-2015(II) – Ofer Comay. The judge of Retro and PG problems 2015-2016 – Thomas Brand.