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5th Bulgarian Wine Tourney - WCCC Bern 2014

wine5(24.07.2014) Here is the announcement of the 5th Bulgarian Wine Tourney - WCCC Bern 2014. It is for chess problems in 2 moves (#, H#, S#, HS#) with the fairy condition SneK Chess. To see the full announcement and examples CLICK HERE.

 

 

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+3 #1 Kenneth Solja 2014-07-29 12:31
As a composer I don't like send any C- compositions to any competition, because I want to be sure that intended and only the intended solution works.
I hope all participants good luck!
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+1 #2 Diyan Kostadinov 2014-07-29 17:00
Of course Kenneth. But I believe if you try the condition will see that it is interesting. KoBul Kings also was without computer check in the beginning, but after that become very popular.
SneK chess is very similar, but with options for more piece changes. Hope composers will like it.
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0 #3 Seetharaman Kalyan 2014-08-04 21:49
If a white queen is captured, and if there is no WR on the board, will a WB (which is on board) get transferred as queen OR is the capture normal?
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+1 #4 Diyan Kostadinov 2014-08-04 23:09
If a Queen is captured and there is no Rook of the sane colour on the diagram - the capture is normal (without transformations)
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0 #5 Miodrag Mladenovic 2014-08-14 06:44
I am wondering what is the rule for castling? Let's assume that wRh1 has been captured. Later on wB comes to this square. Black captures the other wR and this bishop on h1 becomes rook. Now this rook does not move at all. Is 0-0 correct move or not? In my opinion this should be a valid move since wR from h1 never moved but I wanted to confirm? I think this scenario should be added to the description of this new condition.
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0 #6 Diyan Kostadinov 2014-08-25 14:52
Till to now I have received 26 entries by 15 composers. Of course after the condition SneK Chess was included in WinChloe, the solving contest was canceled. The winner is Miodrag Mladenovich with 5 points, 2nd - Eric Huber (3 points) and 3rd - Bjorn Enemark (1 point).
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0 #7 Eric Huber 2014-08-25 18:31
Congratulations to Miodrag and Bjorn for their solving and composing achievements in SneK chess.
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