No.1003, 1004 
Michael Grushko
(Israel)

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No.1003 Michael Grushko
Israel

original – 11.02.2016

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white Kd1 Sh4 black Ka3

ser-h#12                                  (2+1)
Circe Rex Inclusive
Castling Chess


No.1004 Michael Grushko
Israel

original – 11.02.2016

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white Kf8 gh5 black Kb2

ser-h#8                                    (2+1)
Circe Rex Inclusive
Castling Chess
Grasshopper h5


No.1004.1 Michael Grushko
Israel

version of No.1004 – 12.02.2016

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white Kf8 gh4 black Kb8

ser-h#11                                  (2+1)
Circe Rex Inclusive
Castling Chess
Grasshopper h4


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Geoff Foster
Geoff Foster
February 12, 2016 10:35

The following version of no.1003 has an extra “castling” with the Knight.
ser-h#13
white Kf1 Se7
black Kc1
Circe Rex Inclusive
Castling Chess

1.Kb2 2.Ka3 3.Kc5(Se7->b4) (“castling”) 4.Kd6 5.Ke7
6.Kc5(Sb4->d6) (“castling”) 7.Kb5 8.Kd3(Kf1->c4) (“castling”)
9.Ke2 10.Kf1 11.Kd3(Kc4->e2) (“castling”) 12.Kd2
13.Ke1 Se8 #

In the following setting both “castlings” with the Knight are orthogonal, and there is also a capture of the Knight!
ser-h#13
white Kd1 Sa8
black Ke6
Circe Rex Inclusive
Castling Chess

1.Kf7 2.Kg8 3.Ke8(Sa8->f8) (“castling”) 4.Kxf8(Sg1) 5.Kg8
6.Kg6(Sg1->g7) (“castling”) 7.Kh5 8.Kf3(Kd1->g4) (“castling”)
9.Ke2 10.Kd1 11.Kf3(Kg4->e2) (“castling”) 12.Kf2 13.Ke1 Se8 #

seetharaman
seetharaman
February 12, 2016 14:33

So.. in Casling Chess, the other piece involved can be at any distance from the King?

Geoff Foster
Geoff Foster
February 13, 2016 00:31

The following setting has 5 “castlings”, as well as a capture of the white King!

ser-h#15
white Kb1 Sa8
black Ka7
Circe Rex Inclusive
Castling Chess

1.Kb7 2.Kb5(Kb1->b6) (“castling”) 3.Ka4
4.Ka6(Sa8->a5) (“castling”) 5.Kxb6(wKe1) 6.Kc7 7.Kd8 8.Kb6(Sa5->c7) (“castling”) 9.Ka5
10.Kc3(Ke1->b4) (“castling”) 11.Kd2 12.Ke1
13.Kc3(Kb4->d2) (“castling”) 14.Kc2 15.Kd1 Se8#