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Problem 393: Zoran Gavrilovski - Selfmate

gavrilovski(13.05.2014) A new original from Zoran Gavrilovski who published two more wonderful problems here in last few days (the helpmate 387 and threemover 390). Now we can see one new excellent selfmate.

 

 

 

 

393

   1.e6? (2.Qxf5+ Kxc4 3.d3+ Bxd3#), 1...Kxc4! x

   1.Sf3? (2.Se1+ Ke4 3.d3+ Bxd3#)

1...Sxf3 z 2.Rb3+ Ke4 3.d3+ Bxd3#, 1...Ke4! y

   1.Se6!! (2.Qxf5+ C Kxc4 3.Qe4+ Bxe4#)

1...Kxc4 x 2.Sf4+Kc5 3.Sd3+Bxd3#

1...Ke4 y 2.Sc5+Kf3 3.Qxf5+Bxf5#

1...Sf3 z 2.Sf4+ Ke4 3.d3+ Bxd3#

   [1.Qf6?/Qg6? (2.Qd6+ Kxc4 3.d3+ Bxd3#)

1...Kxc4 x 2.Qxc6+ Kd3 3.Qc2+ Bxc2#, 1...Sf3! z

   1.c5? A (zz)

1...f4 2.Qxf4 (zz) Sf3/Sh3 3.Sxf3/Sxh3 (zz) Bc2#

1...Sf3 z 2.Rd7+ Sd4 3.f4 B (zz) Bc2#, 1...Sh3!

   1.f4? B (zz)

1...c5 2.Qxf5+ C Kxc4 3.Qe4+ Bxe4#

1...Sf3 z 2.Rd7+ Sd4 3.c5 A (zz) Bc2#, 1...Sh3!]

 Two flight-giving tries are refuted by royal flights, which also appear as defences in the solution after a double-flight giving key. An original idea, probably shown for the first time in a selfmate.  [The remaining content includes changed continuations after 1...Kxc4 and 1...S(x)f3, change of function of the move Qxf5+ and inversion of c5 and f4 as 1st and 3rd moves.] (Author).

An unexpected corrective flight-giving key which grants two flights and white battery play. An original and attractive thematic complex. (Zivko Janevski) 

 

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+3 #1 seetharaman 2014-05-13 08:19
Tries give one flight at a time, black refutes by going to that flight square. So white should give both flights at once! Funny concept!
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+2 #2 Diyan Kostadinov 2014-05-17 05:23
Yes, very interesting selfmate!
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