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Задача 903: Dan-Constantin Gurgui - Fairy (Two Pieces in One Chess - TPIO)
dan-constantin.gurgui(17.08.2018) Интересно феерично условие, което бе ново за мен. Добре дошъл на Dan-Constantin Gurgui! Дали е възможно подобрение във формата на близнаците?
a) 1.Ke4 Be3 2.Bd5 (B+R)e3#
b) 1.Ke5 Sf4 2.Be4 (S+B)f4#
c) 1.Bc6 Bf4+ 2.Kd5 (B+S)f4#
Two Pieces In One Chess or TPIO Chess by Dan-Constantin Gurgui (Romania)
Two Pieces In One Chess or TPIO Chess represents a fairy condition in which white and black pieces change their value by unifying two pieces that move to the same square; unification is accomplished by moving the lower value piece, followed by moving the upper value piece. The value of the six pieces of chess on a scale of 6 to 1 will be the following: Queen 6 points, Rook 5 points, Bishop and Knight 4 points, Pawn 2 points and King one point.
Table of how to form and represent TPIO pieces
Rules to be observed when composing a TPIO Chess:
- the unification of the two pieces will be of the same white or black color, it will be made on the same field and the moves will be consecutive,
- the problem without the condition "TPIO Chess" will have no solution, if it exists then it will be eliminated,
- are allowed: DUPLEX, Zero position, neutral pieces, Circe etc.

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