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kenan.velikhanov.new.docx(10.12.2017) Kenan Velikhanov presents another original showing tripled mixed Bristols, the theme of his FIDE World cup winner!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
863. Kenan Velikhanov (Azerbaijan)
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H#2.5       b) Ph2-c2       (7+12)
c) Ph2-c5
 
a) 1...Qxc6! 2.Kf4 Qg2 3.Be4 Qg3#
b)1...Qxb5! 2.Kd4 Qf5 (A) 3.Re5 Qxd3# (B)
c) 1...Qxd7! 2.Ke5 Qxd3 (B) 3.Rd4 Qf5# (A)
 
Three Bristols with inhalation of black pieces.
Reciprocal of second and third moves of whites.
Twins formed by moving h2. (Author)
 

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+3 #1 Kenan Velikhanov 2017-12-10 18:42
B) Ph2->c2 It is visible at registration of twins there was an error.
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0 #2 Seetharaman Kalyan 2017-12-12 18:33
Quoting Kenan Velikhanov:
B) Ph2->c2 It is visible at registration of twins there was an error.


Thanks. Since corrected.
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0 #3 Seetharaman Kalyan 2017-12-13 19:08
His world cup 2017 prize winner here!

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0 #4 Nikola Predrag 2017-12-13 21:10
"...another original showing tripled mixed Bristols, the theme of his FIDE World cup winner!..."????

Is this a joke, or perhaps time runs backwards, from a good scheme to the original published earlier?
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+2 #5 Kenan Velikhanov 2017-12-14 03:49
Probably the translation is not correct))). This was the primary source of the idea. In this task, different black figures in the initial position are already in ambush. I wanted to do with one queen. From the beginning this position has turned out. 3r1q23pb1Qp2pn1rpK1p3Pn11P1k4p5P1P But it's not all right here. First white queen is tied, inhalation is not in all phases. And in the end I reached the position that I won ..
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0 #6 Torsten Lin? 2017-12-25 23:53
What's the point of publishing this version? No ambushes in the (missing) first black move, primitive twinning instead of three solutions and last but not least it is anticipated by the mentioned problem.
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