13 July 2012

Black or White (6)

Now that we're through with colour changes of each of the five different piece types, we want to have a look at some examples that show a combination of that motif.

In the first two chess problems the changes are done separately, the other two demonstrate consecutive changes.

  1Ralf Kr├Ątschmer  
mpk-Bl├Ątter 12/2011
a) Diagram
b) bBe5
c) bRh5
d) bNc6
e) bBb7

  2Rolf Wiehagen  
Christer Jonsson  
Springaren 09/2009
a) Diagram
b) bPd7
c) bRe5
d) wNc4

  3G. Bakcsi jr.  
Laszlo Zoltan  
Umenie 64, 1996
a) Diagram
b) bRc4
c) further bNd5

  4Wiktor J. Abrossimow  
Schachmatnaja Poesija, 2006
3rd Honourable Mention
a) Diagram
b) wBc6
c) further bNe3
d) further wNd5

1a) 1. Ke6 Rh7 2. Kd7 Rxe7#
b) 1. Ke6 Nb8 2. Bd6 Bd5#
c) 1. Kc5 Bc3 2. Rd5 Bb4#
d) 1. Ke6 Rh8 2. Kd7 Bc8#
e) 1. e3 Nb4+ 2. Ke4 f3#
2a) 1. Qa5 d8=N 2. Qc3 Nxc6#
b) 1. d5 Re3 2. c5 Nc2#
c) 1. Rb5 d8=Q+ 2. Kc5 Nd3#
d) 1. b1=N Nb2 2. Nc3 Nf3#
3a) 1. Ke6 Rc8 2. Kd7 Nb6#
b) 1. Nf2 Be7 2. Rf4 Ne3#
c) 1. Rg4 Be7 2. Nf4 e4#
4a) 1. Kd6 Re1 2. Rc7 Nf5#
b) 1. Nc7 Bd5 2. Kd6 Nc4#
c) 1. Nf4 Rd5+ 2. Ke4 Nd2#
d) 1. Ke4 Rc1 2. Kd3 Nf4#

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