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Problem 838: Krassimir Gandev - Fairy (Camel Rose, Reverse Pawn, Maximummer, Madrasi) |

(04.07.2017) Super AUW by Krassimir Gandev in a style which is typical for him last few years. The problem is partially computer tested.
1.Pa1=CaRo PPd7-d5 2.Pc1=Q Kh4-g3 3.Qc1-c8 Kg3-h2
4.Qc8xh3 Kh2xh3 5.Pe1=S Kh3-g4 6.Se1-f3 Kg4xf3
7.Pd1=R Kf3-e4 8.Rd1xd5 Ke4xd5 9.Pf1=B Kd5-c6
10.Bf1-b5 Kc6xb5==
Madrasi: Mutually attacking black and white units of the same type (kings excluded) paralyse each other, so that they may no longer move or give check. The paralysis may be removed, for example by interference (in the case of line pieces), or by capture of either of the paralysed units.Madrasi Rex Inclusive: Same as Madrasi, but Kings are incuded and can paralise each other.Maximummer: Black must play the geometrically longest move or may choose from among longest moves of equal length, distances being measured from the center of each square. Diagonal and oblique distances are measured from the orthogonal coordinates by using Pythagora’s theorem (take the square root of the sum of the squares of the orthogonal distances). All other orthodox chess rules apply. Camel Rose: (1,3) Octagonal Rider (extents the move of the Camel on a circular path)Reverse Pawn: a pawn which moves on the opposite way |

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