Chess Composers C. J. Feather Problems
 

 

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Problems
Written by Michael McDowell   

(A)

Schach-Aktiv, 1984

8/8/8/4p1b1/7B/Q4s1r/2P1PP1R/3k1s1K

H#2: 2 solutions

(B)

Problemkiste, 1992

2s1K3/8/8/8/p1kb2R1/3spp2/P3q2Q/5B2

H#2 (b) bQe2->f4

(C)

Rochade-Europa, 1996

8/4p3/bp1pP3/p2P4/P1k2SR1/3R3r/1b2BK2/2r5

H#2: 2 solutions

(D)

Shakhmatnaya Kompositsya, 2001

1K3R2/r7/8/2q1P1b1/3P3P/8/6p1/RS4k1

H#2: 3 solutions

(E)

Moultings 5, 1991

2K5/6S1/8/5B2/4b3/2pkr2R/2q5/8

H#3: 2 solutions

(F)

Moultings 9, 1992

4R3/2Bq3p/1P3Sp1/3S1p2/3Pppp1/3rrks1/K7/8

H#3 (b) bPf5.>f7

(G)

Rybak-Murdzia Tourney, 2000

k7/b7/8/2pq4/4b3/2S5/8/4K3

H#6

(H)

Schach-Echo, 1978

6kr/2p4p/8/5p2/1PP2p2/1Bp4p/q1p1K1P1/6R1

SER-H#8: 2 solutions

(I)

British Chess Magazine, 1970

4k3/3p2p1/1K4P1/1p6/*1QP3*1qP1/8/3P4/8

SER-H#27 Equihoppers a4: f4
Equihoppers jump over a piece to a square an equal distance beyond the hurdle

(J)

diagrammes, 2003
(in memoriam P. Monréal)

7b/rp6/4p3/4R2p/4*3q3/R3*3q3/3*3QkP1r/K6*3Q

H#2: 2 solutions, Circe, Locusts d2, h1: e3, e4
The locust hops over an adverse man to the square immediately beyond, capturing the hurdle. The square it lands on must be empty. For a definition of Circe see the introductory article on Fairy Chess.

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