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Problem 433: Kalyan Seetharaman - Twomover
seetharaman2(07.08.2014) There is a shortage of good direct-mate problems. Therefore here is a recently composed original of mine!  It shows four changed mates, three of them after black interferences.  The queen is poorly placed in the diagram, but at least it makes the try also equally obvious! 

 

 

 

433. Kalyan Seetharaman (India)
07.08.2014
 436
#2 v                         (11+13)  
 
 Try: 1. Qf3? (zz)
    1...Rg6 2.Sxf5 #
    1...Bd2 2.Qd3 #
    1...Rd2 2.Qxc3 #
    1...S2 ~ 2.Qe3 #
    1... Bg6!
     
      Key: 1. Qxf5! (zz)
      1...Rg6 2.Qe4 #
      1...Bd2 2.Rd3 #
      1...Rd2 2. Bxc3 #
      1...S2 ~ 2.e3 #
      1...Se3 2.fxe3#
      1...Bg6 2.Qxf6#
      1...Bxf5 2.Sxf5#
      1...S7~ 2.Qd5#

Four changes after black interferences is a task; my effort falls short! (Author)

 

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0 #1 Elmar Abdullayev 2014-08-07 09:14
Peremena matov xorosaya no perviy xod dumayu grubovat
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0 #2 Seetharaman Kalyan 2014-08-07 18:14
Thanks Elmar Abdullayev. You right that the keymove is strong. I could not find a better key. I thought that since it will be obvious that the idle white queen has to move, solvers will see the obvious try also!
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0 #3 Aleksandr 2014-08-08 08:38
Предлагаю сравнить с такой задачей: www.yacpdb.org/?id=32938
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0 #4 Seetharaman Kalyan 2014-08-08 20:00
Quoting Aleksandr:
Предлагаю сравнить с такой задачей: www.yacpdb.org/?id=32938

hm... Yes. there is some similarity. But I think there are significant differences also. I would leave it to the judge to decide.
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