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MatPlus.Net Forum Helpmates a simple h#
 
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(1) Posted by seetharaman kalyan [Monday, Nov 4, 2019 12:27]; edited by seetharaman kalyan [19-11-04]

a simple h#


Here is a simple miniature I composed recently. Probably anticipated! Easy to solve!
(= 3+4 )

h#2 Two solutions
 
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(2) Posted by Viktoras Paliulionis [Monday, Nov 4, 2019 14:01]

Possible version:
(= 3+4 )

h#2 4 sol.
 
 
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(3) Posted by seetharaman kalyan [Monday, Nov 4, 2019 14:31]; edited by seetharaman kalyan [19-11-04]

wow! superb! i wish i had thought of that 😟
 
   
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(4) Posted by Zalmen Kornin [Monday, Nov 4, 2019 15:11]

A pity it couldn't be a AUW...

Like (say) in something like this:

(= 4+5 )

h#2, 7 solutions
 
   
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(5) Posted by Zalmen Kornin [Monday, Nov 4, 2019 15:24]

Hm... Two of the solutions are practically the same, and repeats the Q promotion. Then:

(= 4+7 )

h#2, 5 solutions
 
   
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(6) Posted by seetharaman kalyan [Monday, Nov 4, 2019 19:02]; edited by seetharaman kalyan [19-11-04]

This is also an excellent development showing AUW and more! It can be economised of course.

(= 4+5 )

h#2 5 solutions

1.g2-g1=B a7-a8=Q 2.Bg1-b6 Qa8-c8 #
1.Bh5-g4 Rg8-b8 2.Bg4-c8 b7*c8=Q #
1.Sa6-c5 b7-b8=S 2.Sc5-b7 a7-a8=S #
1.Sa6-c5 b7-b8=R 2.Sc5-d7 Rg8-c8 #
1.Kc7-d7 Kg5-f6 2.Sa6-c7 b7-b8=S #
 
   
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(7) Posted by Zalmen Kornin [Tuesday, Nov 5, 2019 00:24]; edited by Zalmen Kornin [19-11-05]

Yes, that extra solution with two wN promotions have some charm (in spite of the move repetitions...)

An alternative for a single colored AUW:

(= 5+5 )

h#2 4 solutions

The star-Pawn is annihilated in the fourth solution, and this is (I believe) a pleasant compensation for the need of a second acting wP...
 
   
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(8) Posted by Viktoras Paliulionis [Tuesday, Nov 5, 2019 11:41]

Without wPh7:
(= 4+5 )

h#2 4 sol.
 
   
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(9) Posted by Frank Richter [Tuesday, Nov 5, 2019 15:09]

Really a nice problem, good construction.
 
 
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