Fairy chess composition

# No.416,417 (PH)

 No.416, 417Peter Harris (South Africa) Original Problems, Julia’s Fairies – 2013 (III): September- December   →Previous ; →Next ; →List 2013(III) Please send your original fairy problems to: julia@juliasfairies.com

No.416, 417 by Peter Harris – The both problems are Aristocrats and have a Patrol Chess condition, but in the first one it is combined with Anti-Circe and in the second – with Sentinels Pion Advers. The second one has also interesting twin which changes the stipulation. (JV)

Definitions:

Patrol Chess: A piece can capture or give check only if it is observed by a piece of its own side.

Anti-Circe: After a capture the capturing piece (Ks included) must immediately be removed to its game array square (necessarily vacant, else the capture is illegal). R, B & S go to the square of the same colour as the capture; Ps stay on the file of capture.

Sentinels Pion Advers:   When a piece (not a Pawn) moves, a Pawn of the colour of the opposite side appears on the vacated square if it is not on the first or the last rank, and if there are less than 8 Pawns of that colour on the board.

 No.416 Peter Harris South Africa original – 08.11.2013   h=2,5        b)  wQb5→c6           (4+3)PatrolAnti-Circe     Solutions: (click to show/hide)   a) 1…Rd8-c8 2.Kd4-d5 Rc8-c4 3.Re1-f1 Be8-c6 = b) 1…Qc6-e6 2.Kd4-d5 Ke5-d4 3.Re1-h1 Rd8-d6 = (С+ by Popeye 4.63 and WinChloe 3.24) No.417 Peter Harris South Africa original – 09.11.2013   h=3                  b) hs=3               (3+3)PatrolSentinels Pion Advers     Solutions: (click to show/hide)   a) 1.Ke5-e4[+wPe5] Re1-h1 2.Rd1-f1 Rh1-h3 3.Rf1-f5 Qf6xf5[+bPf6] = b) 1.Kd4-e4[+bPd4] + Qc3xe1[+wPc3] + 2.Ke4-d5[+bPe4] d4-d3 3.Kd5-d4[+bPd5] + Qe1xc3 = (С+ by Popeye 4.63 and WinChloe 3.24)

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