shankarramNo.1370
N.Shankar Ram
(India)

Original Fairy problems
JF-2019/I:
January – June’2019


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No.1370 N.Shankar Ram
India

original – 17.02.2019

Solutions: (click to show/hide)

white kc3 pc4d2d4e3e4e5f6 nea5b3c5g2 black kb1 sd8 pd3f7 cae6e8g6g8

#3                                          (12+8)
Diagram Circe
Camels: e6, e8, g6, g8
Non-Stop Equihoppers: a5, b3, c5, g2


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Georgy Evseev
Georgy Evseev
1 year ago

Please, correct the key:
NE_a_g3

shankar ram
shankar ram
1 year ago

Oops! Missed putting the py2web “display-departure-square” clause for the key.

shankar ram
shankar ram
1 year ago
Reply to  Julia

Actually, {display-departure-file}!

Georgy Evseev
Georgy Evseev
1 year ago

Is it really worth it to use “secondary parity” to implement this idea? I understand that this allows to use “classic” fairy pieces, but Shankar Ram has to pay for it with array of pawns.

I’ll try to implement the same idea with black knights and white “superknight”. Diagram Circe is a must, though, as this condition is what makes the mechanics work.