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|(21) Posted by Milan Velimirović (+) [Tuesday, Nov 30, 2010 12:10]|
Actually, my main intention was to show a cyclic triple avoidance
(a true, well ordered cycle, not just a triple separation) as shown
in the following table:
|defeated by |
I hope I'll write it eventually. However, I hesitate because I don't want it
to be without by best problem(s) - hopefully the best is yet to come :-)
|(22) Posted by shankar ram [Friday, Dec 3, 2010 17:11]|
Ahem! Actually, Jean-Marc anticipated what I wanted to say -- about a book on Milan's problems!
Just imagining -- something like Rudenko's "Presledovanie Temy". . . It would be an equally great book.
Thanks to Miodrag and Milan for quoting those 2 three-movers.
|(23) Posted by seetharaman kalyan [Saturday, Dec 4, 2010 12:15]|
Hope Milan finds time to write it soon. I book a copy now !
Shankarram mentioned about Rudenko's book. Has anybody translated it into English, or should I learn Russian to appreciate it better ? :)
|(24) Posted by Frank Richter [Sunday, Dec 5, 2010 17:09]|
Great threemovers, really.
By the way - very good examples for the jubilee tourney Degener-50 for problems of any length, but longer than two moves, showing typical two mover themes.
Closing date of the tourney is shifted to January, 31st 2011.
I will wait for your entries ...
|(25) Posted by Juraj Lörinc [Sunday, Dec 5, 2010 20:28]|
Oh really, Frank? I know at least one composer who missed the tourney completely in spite of interest in threemovers with two-move themes.
|(26) Posted by Frank Richter [Sunday, Dec 5, 2010 20:37]|
He could compose a moremover ...
|(27) Posted by Juraj Lörinc [Monday, Dec 6, 2010 10:26]|
Yes... and in the given two months he also can compose threemover. The point is that he missed the announcement, never seeing it, and my e-mail to him after the original deadline has just made him regret he missed the tourney. Now he has the second chance!
|(28) Posted by Rajendiran Raju [Tuesday, Feb 26, 2013 07:13]|
Unbelivable ??!! last two Days back i Read this Entire Thread .,
May His Soul Rest in Peace .
this entire Posts DEDICATED TO THE GREAT MILAN VELIMIROVIC !! .
|(29) Posted by Siegfried Hornecker [Tuesday, Feb 26, 2013 12:22]|
In one of his mails to me, he proposed a new fairy chess condition "Frankfurter Circe":
The rebirth square remains undefined - the Frankfurter Schach (FS) was invented many years before Circe. [I remember that in 1970 we, the Belgrade problemists, eight of us, played a FS tourney, which was won by Miroslav Stosic (who died in 1975 at age of 25), the runner up was Bogdan Cvejic and I took the third place.] Nevertheless, that would be in the scope of another fairy type (Frankfurter Circe?) which, as far as I know, has not been 'invented' yet.
|(30) Posted by seetharaman kalyan [Tuesday, Feb 26, 2013 14:22]|
Undefined rebirth square? -- "Supercirce"?.
|(31) Posted by Siegfried Hornecker [Tuesday, Feb 26, 2013 20:33]|
No, his mail was about the rebirth square in Frankfurter Schach being undefined, i.e. in the combination of FS + Circe.
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