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Problem 328: Karol Mlynka - Fairy (Anti-Andernach, Chameleon chess, Andernach Grasshopper, neutral Royal)

mlynka(27.01.2014) Tanagra with Super AUW by Karol Mlynka.





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   a) 1.c8bQ Qe6=wS 2.AGd5=bAG(wSe6=bS) AGb5=wAG

3.nrPb7 Sc5=wB 4.nrPb8AG AGxb5(wBc5=bB) =

   b) 1.c8bR Re8=wQ 2.AGd8=bAG(wQe8=bQ) AGa5=wAG

3.nrPb7 Qa4=wS 4.nrPb8AG AGxa5(wSa4=bS) =

   c) 1.c8bB Bf5=wR 2.nrPb7 AGe6=wAG(wRf5=bR)

3.nrPb8AG Rf7=wQ 4.nrAGh8(wAGg8=bAG) AGxe6(wQf7=bQ) =

   d) 1.nrPh7 AGd6=wAG(wPc7=bP) 2.nrPh8AG nrAGf8(wAGg8=bAG)

3.nrAGc5(wAGd6=bAG) AGb8=wAG(bPc7=wP) 4.c8bS AGxb8(bSc8=wS) =

   e) 1.nrPb7 AGb8=wAG(wPc7=bP)

2.AGh8=bAG(wAGg8=bAG) AGf8=wAG(bAGg8=wAG) 

3.nrPb8AG nrAGd6(bPc7=wP) 4.c8bAG AGxg8(wAGf8=bAG) =

   Super-AUW (Author)


Andernach Grasshopper (AG): Like a normal Grasshopper (moves along Queen-lines over another unit of either colour to the square immediately beyond that unit) but it changes colour of the piece it jumps over (except the Kings and the neutral pieces).

Royal piece: a piece which move normal, but has a function of King

Neutral piece: a piece which can be moved by white and black.

Anti-Andernach: A piece (excluding King) changes its color after any non-capturing move. After capture, the piece retains its color. Rooks on a1, h1, a8 and h8 can be used for castling, provided the usual other rules for that move are satisfied. After castling, Rooks do not change color, If White makes a non-capturing move with neutral or halfneutral piece, that piece becomes black and vice versa.

Chameleon Chess: At the completion of every move, the pieces changes their type in the following order: Knight-Bishop-Rook-Queen-Knight... 

 

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