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Problem 117: Zivko Janevski - Twomover

janevski(25.01.2013) Here is the first original twomover for the year - problem with rich thematic complex and excellent key by Zivko Janevski from Macedonia.

 


 

 

 

 

 

117

1...Qe5 x 2.Qxe5# A, 2.Sd5# B

   1.Re3? (2.Sd5# B, 2.Sd3# C)

1...Qe5+ x 2.Qxe5# A,  1...e5!

   1.Ra4? (2.Sc6#)

1...e5 2.Sd5# B, 1...Ke5 2.Sd3# C, 1...Qxb8!

   1.Re5!! (2.Re4#)

1...Qxe5 x 2.Sd5# B, 1...Kxe5 2.Sd3# C

1…Qd3 2.Rf5#

1.fxe7? (2.Dxd6#)

1…Qxe5 x 2.Qxe5# A, 2.Sd5# B

1…Qc7 2.Df8#, 1…Qxb8!

Combination of Makihovi theme with Caprice theme, Rudenko theme, transferred mate and changed mate. (Author)

 

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+2 #1 Diyan Kostadinov 2013-01-26 21:47
If I'm not wrong "Makihovi" theme means 1...x 2.A,B/ 1.Y? 1...x 2.A/ 1.Z! 1...x 2.B (you can see interesting triple realisation on the following link www.yacpdb.org/?id=336461 ), but can someone explain the definition of Caprice theme?
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+3 #2 ThemisArgirakopoulos 2013-01-27 10:27
Caprice Theme :
A try is refuted by a defence that causes a certain effect. The key creates the same effect with a new threat. A threat from the try reappears in a variation.
[Encyclopedia of Chess Problems, M.Velimirovic, K.Valtonen]

Example : 6D1/2sppd2/1p6/1P1kPSs1/1PTS2L1/3Pp3/4K3/L5l1
#2, Y.Rossomakho, Y.Sushkov, 1pr Shakhmaty v SSSR 1983

Makihovi Theme :
In the set play (or initial try) there are two or more mates after thematic defences. In the try (tries) and the solution these mates are separated.
Pattern
1 ~ a
X * AB
Y A
Z B

[Encyclopedia of Chess Problems, M.Velimirovic, K.Valtonen]
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+2 #3 Diyan Kostadinov 2013-01-27 13:08
Thank you Themis for your helpful comment and definitions!
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