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Date: 06 May 2007 23:35:28
From: Mat
Subject: Chess problems collection

Chess problems collection
Nice for begin study chess
http://chessy.freehostia.com/

*My favorite are*
#66
http://chessy.freehostia.com/index.php?idsp=66
Nice retro analysis ...
#82
http://chessy.freehostia.com/index.php?idsp=82
Nice retro analysis too ...
#106
http://chessy.freehostia.com/index.php?idsp=106
From chess lady ...

Have a nice fu


--
Mat




 
Date: 08 May 2007 04:20:02
From: SBD
Subject: Re: Chess problems collection

>
> Don't understand : this problem is incorrect, since black can't have played
> on previous move.
> What is the solution please ?

That's exactly the point... what is the only possible last black move?
Then you have the solution.



  
Date: 09 May 2007 10:23:40
From: Xavier
Subject: Re: Chess problems collection

"SBD" <[email protected] > a écrit dans le message de news:
[email protected]
>
>>
>> Don't understand : this problem is incorrect, since black can't have
>> played
>> on previous move.
>> What is the solution please ?
>
> That's exactly the point... what is the only possible last black move?
> Then you have the solution.
>

OK I have found, but there is NO last black move >:-(
GRRRR !
You like to joke ? Here is another problem with retro analyse :

W : Ke1 Qf1 Rh1 Ne3/f2 Pa3/b2/b6/c3/d2/d6/g6
B : Ke8 Rh8 Pb5/c5/c6/d7/f6/g7/h6

Mat in 4

Computers don't solve this problem. They find mate in 2 or mat in 5
But it is correct and it's white to play like in normal problems.
There is no mistake on the position or in the number of moves. It has been
published in several chess chronicles like that.

Good luck !




   
Date: 14 May 2007 11:43:38
From: Xavier
Subject: Re: Chess problems collection - solution

"Xavier" <[email protected] > a écrit dans le message de news:
[email protected]
>
> "SBD" <[email protected]> a écrit dans le message de news:
> [email protected]
>>
>>>
>>> Don't understand : this problem is incorrect, since black can't have
>>> played
>>> on previous move.
>>> What is the solution please ?
>>
>> That's exactly the point... what is the only possible last black move?
>> Then you have the solution.
>>
>
> OK I have found, but there is NO last black move >:-(
> GRRRR !
> You like to joke ? Here is another problem with retro analyse :
>
> W : Ke1 Qf1 Rh1 Ne3/f2 Pa3/b2/b6/c3/d2/d6/g6
> B : Ke8 Rh8 Pb5/c5/c6/d7/f6/g7/h6
>
> Mat in 4
>
> Computers don't solve this problem. They find mate in 2 or mat in 5
> But it is correct and it's white to play like in normal problems.
> There is no mistake on the position or in the number of moves. It has been
> published in several chess chronicles like that.
>
> Good luck !
>

Solution : 1 Qc4 !




 
Date: 07 May 2007 17:35:24
From: Xavier
Subject: Re: Chess problems collection

"Mat" <[email protected] > a écrit dans le message de news:
[email protected]
>
> Chess problems collection
> Nice for begin study chess
> http://chessy.freehostia.com/
>
> *My favorite are*
> #66
> http://chessy.freehostia.com/index.php?idsp=66
> Nice retro analysis ...

Don't understand : this problem is incorrect, since black can't have played
on previous move.
What is the solution please ?

> #82
> http://chessy.freehostia.com/index.php?idsp=82
> Nice retro analysis too ...
> #106
> http://chessy.freehostia.com/index.php?idsp=106
> From chess lady ...
>
> Have a nice fun
>
>
>
>
> --
> Mat