[Retros] Call for original problems for the french retro solving competition
andrew at anselan.com
Sat Mar 11 23:02:36 EST 2017
Please share a comprehensive specification for your language.
I can make sure that it appears in PDB.
From: Nicolas Dupont <Nicolas.Dupont at univ-lille1.fr>
To: retros at janko.at
Sent: Sunday, March 12, 2017 11:51 AM
Subject: Re: [Retros] Call for original problems for the french retro solving competition
> *Roberto Osorio*
> PG in 14.5 moves (15+11) C+
> 1. Pf2-f4 Cg8-f6 2. Pf4-f5 Cf6-h5 3. Pf5-f6 Pd7-d5
> 4. Pf6xe7 Fc8-f5 5. Pe7xf8=F Ff5-g6 6. Ff8-c5 Dd8-h4
> 7.* Fc5-f2* Dh4-c4 8. Ff2xa7 0-0 9. Fa7-c5 Ta8-a3
> 10. *Fc5xf8* Ta3-c3 11. Pd2xc3 Pf7-f5 12. Fc1-h6 Pg7xh6
> 13. Ff8-a3 Ch5-g7 14. Pb2-b4 Ph6-h5 15. *Fa3-c1*
> *Author:* one man touch on the three home-related squares, the originating
> Pawn one (f2, Pawn circuit),
> the bishop promotion one (f8, Donati) and the original bishop (c1,
> Pronkin), (PC & DO & PR)(B).
Please remember that the correct notation is (PR & DO & PC)(B). Indeed
the first performed theme should appear at the very right of the
notation, and so on (as for composing functions in math).
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