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MatPlus.Net Forum Twomovers A less known Rukhlis by Rukhlis
 
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(1) Posted by Paz Einat [Sunday, Mar 18, 2007 22:58]

A less known Rukhlis by Rukhlis


We have learned in the last month of the death of Efim Rukhlis. He lived in Israel since the 90th (I learned about his arrival to Israel during my post-doctoral studeis in the USA) and was not active and in poor health in the last years. I am quating here a less known problem by the great composer. Note how all thematic mates follow interferences, and the dual avoidence after the moves by Sd4.

Efim RUKHLIS
Comite des sports de l'Ouzbekistan 1955
1° Prix
(= 9+10 )

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1…g2 2.Sc2‡
1…S8e6 2.Sf5‡

1.Qc7! [2.Qf4‡]
1…g2 2.Qc1‡
1…S8e6 2.Sg4‡
1…Se2 2.Sc2‡
1…S4e6 2.Sf5‡


 
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(2) Posted by Hauke Reddmann [Monday, Mar 19, 2007 15:25]

This gives me an idea. S4e6/S8e6. Imagine we could put the other S to f4
and the variants are Sfe6/Sfe2 before and Sde6/Sde2 after.
Ruchlis+Ostsee theme. Has this ever been done?

Hauke
 
 
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(3) Posted by Paz Einat [Thursday, Mar 22, 2007 12:35]

Hauke,

What is the Ostsee theme?

I think that a knight on f4, repeating the same moves of the Sd4, would be less interesting partly since it will become too symmetrical. Unless a try pinning this S is included somehow...

Paz
 
   
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(4) Posted by Hauke Reddmann [Thursday, Mar 22, 2007 16:00]

Ostsee theme: [at least] two parades on the same field followed by
two mates on the same [other] field. ([] is optional)

H. Reddmann, SCHWALBE #8015 (corr.),2#
(= 12+6 )


(Yup, go and try 6 variants :-)

Hauke
 
 
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