|(1) Posted by Nagesh Havanur [Friday, Mar 29, 2019 08:35]|
The other day I cam across a two-mover shown by Oleg Pervakov to children way back in 2013:
The solution is elegant. However, when I sent a message to him through a friend, he could not recollect the source or the name of the composer. I shall be obliged if fellow readers can let me know.
Here is the position in Forsyth Notation:
7r/R7/5p2/Q4K1k/7p/8/8/8 w - - 0 1
|(2) Posted by Paz Einat [Friday, Mar 29, 2019 16:21]|
Not in the WinChloe database. Possibly someone composed it as a simple exercise for kids.
|(3) Posted by Rajendiran Raju [Friday, Mar 29, 2019 17:13]|
Not in yacpdb & pdb too...nice to see one more Indian Chess Problem enthusiast via Mat plus ...!!
|(4) Posted by Nagesh Havanur [Sunday, Mar 31, 2019 01:18]|
I was touched by the spontaneous offers to help with this enquiry and search on databases spending precious time and effort. While I have yet to trace the source of the problem I have made friends here. Chess fans of India are more into over the board play. However, there is a group of players who enjoy problems. Happy to see a fellow member from my country. At the end of the day we are all together, coming as we do from different lands. Gens una sumus.
|(5) Posted by Rajendiran Raju [Tuesday, Apr 2, 2019 19:20]|
Thanks for your Kind Words Mr.Nagesh...
Technology re-united most of us!
We need to unite more old & new friends too...you may contact via whatsapp
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|(6) Posted by Rajendiran Raju [Friday, Apr 19, 2019 11:40]|
I saw your nice article about GM Paul Keres in Chessbase.
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