Fairy chess composition
 No.1403 N.Shankar Ram (India) Original Fairy problems JF-2019/I: January – June’2019

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 No.1403 N.Shankar Ram India original – 29.04.2019 Solution: (click to show/hide) white kf4 bb4e6 sd2d6 rld8 black kd4 pd3 cac2c4e2e4 #3                                               (6+6) Kamikaze Camels: c2, c4, e2, e4 (0,1)+(0,3) Leaper d8 1.Be6-g8? CAe4-f7{display-departure-square}! 1.Sd6*e4[-e4]? CAc2-d5{display-departure-square}! 1.Sd2-f3+? 1...CAc2*f3[-f3]{display-departure-square}! 1...CAc4*f3[-f3]{display-departure-square}! 1.Sd2-b3+? 1...CAe2*b3[-b3]{display-departure-square}! 1...CAe4*b3[-b3]{display-departure-square}! 1.Sd6-b5+? 1...CAe4*b5[-b5]{display-departure-square}! 1...CAc2*b5[-b5]{display-departure-square}! 1.Sd6-f5+? 1...CAe2*f5[-f5]{display-departure-square}! 1...CAc4*f5[-f5]{display-departure-square}! 1.RLd8-d5+? CAe2*d5[-d5]{display-departure-square} 2.Sd6*e4[-e4]{display-departure-square} {(3.Sd2-b3#)} 1...CAc2*d5[-d5]{display-departure-square}! 1.RLd8-d7+? CAe4*d7[-d7]{display-departure-square} 2.Sd6-e4{display-departure-square}{(3.Bc3/c5#)} 1...CAc4*d7[-d7]{display-departure-square}! 1.Be6-f7!{(Zugzwang)} 1...CAe2-h1{(1...CAe2~ 2.RLd7+/Sf3+/Sb5+)} 1...CAe2-d5{display-departure-square} 2.RLd8-d7+ CAe4*d7[-d7]{display-departure-square} 3.Sd2-b3# 2...CAc4*d7[-d7]{display-departure-square} 3.Sd6-f5# 1...CAe2-b3{display-departure-square} 2.Sd2-f3+ CAc2*f3[-f3]{display-departure-square} 3.RLd8-d5# 2...CAc4*f3[-f3]{display-departure-square} 3.Sd6-f5# 1...CAe2-f5{display-departure-square} 2.Sd6-b5+ CAe4*b5[-b5]{display-departure-square} 3.Sd2-b3# 2...CAc2*b5[-b5]{display-departure-square} 3.RLd8-d5# 1...CAe4-h5{(1...CAe4~ 2.RLd5+/Sf3+/Sf5+)} 1...CAe4-d7{display-departure-square} 2.RLd8-d5+ CAe2*d5[-d5]{display-departure-square} 3.Sd2-b3# 2...CAc2*d5[-d5]{display-departure-square} 3.Sd6-b5# 1...CAe4-b3{display-departure-square} 2.Sd2-f3+ CAc2*f3[-f3]{display-departure-square} 3.Sd6-b5# 2...CAc4*f3[-f3]{display-departure-square} 3.RLd8-d7# 1...CAe4-b5{display-departure-square} 2.Sd6-f5+ CAe2*f5[-f5]{display-departure-square} 3.Sd2-b3# 2...CAc4*f5[-f5]{display-departure-square} 3.RLd8-d7# 1...CAe4*f7[-f7]!{(Correction)} 2.Sd6-e4{display-departure-square}{(3.Bc3/c5#)} 1...CAc2-f1{display-departure-square}{(1...CAc2~ 2.Sf5+/Sb3+/RLd7+)} 1...CAc2-b5{display-departure-square} 2.Sd6-f5+ CAe2*f5[-f5]{display-departure-square} 3.RLd8-d5# 2...CAc4*f5[-f5]{display-departure-square} 3.Sd2-f3# 1...CAc2-f3{display-departure-square} 2.Sd2-b3+ CAe2*b3[-b3]{display-departure-square} 3.RLd8-d5# 2...CAe4*b3[-b3]{display-departure-square} 3.Sd6-b5# 1...CAc2-d5{display-departure-square} 2.RLd8-d7+ CAe4*d7[-d7]{display-departure-square} 3.Sd6-b5# 2...CAc4*d7[-d7]{display-departure-square} 3.Sd2-f3# 1...CAc4-b7{(1...CAc4~ 2.Sb5+/Sb3+/RLd5+)} 1...CAc4-f5{display-departure-square} 2.Sd6-b5+ CAe4*b5[-b5]{display-departure-square} 3.RLd8-d7# 2...CAc2*b5[-b5]{display-departure-square} 3.Sd2-f3# 1...CAc4-f3{display-departure-square} 2.Sd2-b3+ CAe2*b3[-b3]{display-departure-square} 3.Sd6-f5# 2...CAe4*b3[-b3]{display-departure-square} 3.RLd8-d7# 1...CAc4-d7{display-departure-square} 2.RLd8-d5+ CAe2*d5[-d5]{display-departure-square} 3.Sd6-f5# 2...CAc2*d5[-d5]{display-departure-square} 3.Sd2-f3# { (C+ by WinChloe v3.43)} After the key, a random move by each of the 4 B Camels allows 3 potential W continuations, which are then separated by the Camels occupying the mating squares, unguarded by them: Triple Avoidance. 3x2 Jacobs theme quadrupled with 4 B pieces & 6 W moves in 12 variations. Similar to No.1370. Meredith position. 6 thematic and 2 additional tries. 4 fold Cycle of W 1st & 2nd moves: A-BC/B-CA/C-AB, A-EF/E-FA/F-AE, B-DF/D-FB/F-BD & C-DE/D-EC/E-CD. The position is a kind of mutate. The diagram position is a complete block. After the key, 1...CA-f7 which allowed the 3 continuations, is now a correction and has a new reply. (Author)

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