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Problem 591: Bosko Miloseski - Twomover
bosko.miloseski(07.06.2015) Very elegant twomover with Fleck thema by Bosko Miloseski. We do not found a direct predecessor so I hope that it is an original.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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   1.Be6? (2.Sc7/Sd6/Sf6/Sg7#), 1...Rh1!
 
   1.Bh7? (2.Sc7/Sd6/Sf6/Sg7#)
1...Rd1 2.Sd6#, 1...Rc1 2.Sc7#, 1...Rf1 2.Sf6#
1...Rg1 2.Sg7#, 1...Kc8 2.Sf6#, 1...Rxe5!
 
   1.Sg7! (2.Bf7/Be6/Bd5/Bc4/Bh7#)
1...Rd1 2.Bd5#, 1...Rc1 2.Bc4#, 1... Rf1 2.Bf7#
1...Rh1 2.Bh7#, 1...Kc8 2.Be6#, 1...Rxe5 2.Be6#
 
Theme Fleck, Four changes mates, White Half Battery
Black minimal problem, Meredith (Author)
 

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+2 #1 Toshiji Kawagoe 2015-06-07 12:33
A very clear and instructive example for showing Fleck theme.

Can wP be moved from b3 to a2? Then, a threat 2.Bb3# and a variation 1...Rb1+ 2.Bb3# are added.
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+1 #2 Seetharaman Kalyan 2015-06-07 14:44
Quoting Toshiji Kawagoe:
Can wP be moved from b3 to a2? Then, a threat 2.Bb3# and a variation 1...Rb1+ 2.Bb3# are added.

It results in unprovided check, with no matching variation in the try phase. So not done!
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+1 #3 Seetharaman Kalyan 2015-06-07 14:53
Barry Barnes has used the scheme earlier, but no fleck in the try phase. So this one should be considered a step ahead, and original.


1.Sf2? 1.Bf1!
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+1 #4 Toshiji Kawagoe 2015-06-08 02:18
Quoting Seetharaman Kalyan:
Quoting Toshiji Kawagoe:
Can wP be moved from b3 to a2? Then, a threat 2.Bb3# and a variation 1...Rb1+ 2.Bb3# are added.

It results in unprovided check, with no matching variation in the try phase. So not done!


Oh, I see. Thank you for your explanation!
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+1 #5 RodolfoRiva 2015-06-08 14:10
Brilliant! Best use of the Barnes scheme.
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+2 #6 Eugene Fomichev 2015-06-09 03:21
It presented even in miniature:E.Gleisberg, Denken ung Raten, 1934, Ka6 Rg8 Bf8 Sd8 - Ka8 Ra1 Pa2, #2, 1.Sf7
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+1 #7 degener 2015-06-09 21:38
W. Moisejew/W. Turowerow
Mat, XII/1975
Kb6, Th8, Lg8, Se8 - Kb8, Tb1, Bb3
b) e8 g8

a) 1. Le6?, 1. Lh7?, 1. Sg7!
b) 1. Se7!
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+1 #8 Toshiji Kawagoe 2015-06-10 02:54
Quoting Eugene Fomichev:
It presented even in miniature:E.Gleisberg, Denken ung Raten, 1934, Ka6 Rg8 Bf8 Sd8 - Ka8 Ra1 Pa2, #2, 1.Sf7


The link to PDB server is as follows (P1119636).

pdb.dieschwalbe.de/.../
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+1 #9 Toshiji Kawagoe 2015-06-10 02:55
Quoting degener:
W. Moisejew/W. Turowerow
Mat, XII/1975
Kb6, Th8, Lg8, Se8 - Kb8, Tb1, Bb3
b) e8 g8

a) 1. Le6?, 1. Lh7?, 1. Sg7!
b) 1. Se7!


The link to PDB server is as follows (P1126713).

pdb.dieschwalbe.de/.../
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0 #10 Seetharaman Kalyan 2015-06-10 06:38
All the quoted precedents have the defect (which could have rectified easily) that after the knight key, the bishop has more than 4 threats and only 4 of them are forced as variations .... so not a correct Fleck. Perhaps they just wanted to show the battery mates in a miniature.
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0 #11 Toshiji Kawagoe 2015-06-11 12:58
I found two more similar schemes.

1) Вовнейко, Виктор Иванович
Бельчиков, Николай Иванович
Радянське слово 1973
Comm.

White Kg3 Ra1 Bb1 Sd1
Black Kg1 Rg7 Pg4
8/6r1/8/8/6p1/6K1/8/RB1N2k1

#2

1.Nb2!

www.yacpdb.org/#39083

2) Croes, Govert Aliander
De Waarheid 1969-08-09

White Kh3 Rb1 Bc1 Se1
Black Kh1 Rh7 Ph5
8/7r/8/7p/8/7K/8/1RB1N2k

#2

1.Nc2!

www.yacpdb.org/#139094
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0 #12 Seetharaman Kalyan 2016-05-14 14:01
Saw this one quoted in StrateGems (perhaps to show what can be done in miniature). Surprising that three fleck-mates (that too with battery) is considered when four can be shown with lesser men!

Four can be shown with five men... (e.g.)
WKc7, WRc1, WSa3, BKa8, BBf6. #2 1.Ra1!
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