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Award Mémorial Boujemâ Kariouch : section aidés en 2,5-3 coups.
samedi 28 avril 2012
par Abdelaziz Onkoud
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Thanks to Abdelaziz Onkoud, who invite me to be Judge in Boujema Kariouch MT. I get anonymous 71 H# : 22 H#2, 20 H#3 and 29 H#3,5-7. I looked after originality, harmony and economi. The level of the problems in the tournament is relative high. Here is my ranking :
H#2
-1 Prize Nr 11 Kb1-Kb4 Analogous play, orthogonalt and diagonalt, sacrifices of unpinned white pieces and nice mates. I like it !
 2 Prize Nr 22 Kc1-Kh3 Surprisingly first black moves and then line opening and unpins on the same square.
 1 HM Nr 19 Ke4-Kd7 Beautifuls models with functionswechsel between Qd1-Bh1 and Rd5-Ke5.
 2 HM Nr 14 Ke7-Kc4 Blacks first move is to allow white mate in second. Queen c5 pins in both solutions. Models but some heavy position.
 1 Com Nr 21 Kb3-Kc5 Black Quenn unpins own Knight, which later close own lines. Nice idea, but pity that in A 1Qd4 also blocks which not happen in B.
 2 Com Nr 18 Ke8-Kc6 Pin models in a attractive Position.
 3 Com Nr 9 Kc2-Kd5 Nice K-star with good economi

H#2,5-3

 1 Prize Nr 15 Kg7-kf3 A real ingenious position ! Functionswechsel between Ra4 and Bb8, beautiful pin models and Letztform.
 2 Prize Nr 16 Ka8-Ke3 Exactly analogous play, functionswechsel Re5 and Be6, Grimshaw on f3, capture of a black piece in each solution, models !
 1 HM Nr 2 Kc8-Kc5 Nice tempo moves with tries from Kd6 and Kg3. 2 black Queens don´t disturb me.
 2 HM Nr 20 Kb5-Ke4 A well-made problem with interesting play. Functionswechsel between Kf3 and Bg4.
 1 Com Nr 14 Kf4-Ka4 Light Zilahi with models, but the capture of white pieces is both active and passiv.
 2 Com Nr 19 Kd1-Kf5 Black capture white piece to open own lines. Double switchback of Re5 and Be6. I had with pleasure seen a Bishop mate in A.
 3 Com Nr 8 Kh6-Kd5 Ambitious author with 3 pairs of solutions. Perhaps it had been enough with 4 sol. and no repeating moves.
H#3,5-7

 1 Prize Nr 24 Ke2-Ke8 Excellent H# in Letztform with interesting play of both part. Contents besides the solution with Rundlauf of the white Bishop also other features.
 2 Prize Nr 2 Kc4-Kd8 Smart sacrifices of white pieces to allow black to block on e8. Zilahi and good economi.
 1 HM Nr 19 Kh4-Kd5 Zilahi with full length in 4 moves, active sacrifices and good economi.
 2 HM Nr 17 Ke3-Ke5 Difficult idea to solve ! Interesting play with Rundlauf of white Bishop and black King. Black King in chess.
 Sp. HM Nr 14 Kc5-Ke5 Chameleon echo with tempomoves of white King in both solutions. All in miniature !
 1 Com Nr 16 Kf2-Kd4 2 Rundlaufs of white King in 5 and 4 moves with 5 pieces !
 2 Com Nr 20 Kh5-Kd5 Miniature, models and a black King which make the white Kings walking possible in both solutions.
 3 Com Nr 29 Kc5-Ke5 Two long walking by black King in miniature.

Participants :

Dieter MULLER (1*,2*,3*,12,13*et 14*) , Franz PACHL (1*) , Rolf WIEHAGEN (2*,3*,13*et 14*), Abdelaziz ONKOUD (4,6,15et 20) ,Zlatko MIHAJLOSKI (5) , Bosko MILOSESKI (7),Mechislovas RIMKUS (8*) , Yuri BELOKON (8*et 19*) , Zoltán LABAI (9) , Zoran NIKOLIC (10), Pierre TRITTEN (11) , Christopher J.A. JONES (16 et 17) , Leonid MAKARONEZ (18), Alexandre PANKRATIEV (19*).

Award Mémorial Boujemâ Kariouch : section aidés en 2,5-3 coups.


Abdelaziz ONKOUD
JT Boujemâ Kariouch
Maroc Echecs 2012
1° Prix
Mats aidés en 3 coups
2 solutions

 1 Prize Nr 15 Kg7-kf3 A real ingenious position ! Functionswechsel between Ra4 and Bb8, beautiful pin models and Letztform.

 1.Ré3 T×d4 2.R×d4 Fa7 3.Cé3 Cb5‡
 1.Rf4 F×é5+ 2.R×é5 Ta5 3.Cf4 Cç4‡


Christopher J.A. JONES
JT Boujemâ Kariouch
Maroc Echecs 2012
2° Prix
Mats aidés en 3 coups
2 solutions

 2 Prize Nr 16 Ka8-Ke3 Exactly analogous play, functionswechsel Re5 and Be6, Grimshaw on f3, capture of a black piece in each solution, models !

 1.Ff5 Ff3 2.R×f4 é×f5 3.R×f5 Fd5‡
 1.Td5 Tf3+ 2.R×é4 ç×d5 3.R×d5 Tç3‡


Dieter MULLER & Rolf WIEHAGEN
JT Boujemâ Kariouch
Maroc Echecs 2012
1° Mention d’Honneur
Mats aidés en 2,5 coups
b)Rç5->f2

 1 HM Nr 2 Kc8-Kc5 Nice tempo moves with tries from Kd6 and Kg3. 2 black Queens don´t disturb me.

 a)1…Cf7 (1...Cç4 ?)2.D×f7 Ff6 3.Rd6 Cé4‡
 b)1…Cf1 (1...Cé2 ?) 2.D×f1 F×h1 3.Rg3 Cé4‡


Abdelaziz ONKOUD
JT Boujemâ Kariouch
Maroc Echecs 2012
2° Mention d’Honneur
Mats aidés en 3 coups
b) Pg5->e3

 2 HM Nr 20 Kb5-Ke4 A well-made problem with interesting play. Functionswechsel between Kf3 and Bg4.

 a)1.Fé6 Tç3 2.Tg4 d×é6+ 3.Rf4 T×f3‡
 b)1.Cé5 Fd7 2.Tff2 d×é5+ 3.Rf3 F×g4‡


Dieter MULLER & Rolf WIEHAGEN
JT Boujemâ Kariouch
Maroc Echecs 2012
1° Recommandé
Mats aidés en 3 coups
2 solutions

 1 Com Nr 14 Kf4-Ka4 Light Zilahi with models, but the capture of white pieces is both active and passiv.

 1.Fg8 Cf5 2.é×f5 F×g6 3.Fb3 Fé8‡
 1.g×h5 é5 2.Fd3 C×é6 3.Fb5 Cç5‡


Alexandre PANKRATIEV & Yuri BELOKON
JT Boujemâ Kariouch
Maroc Echecs 2012
2° Recommandé
Mats aidés en 3 coups
b)-Pf6

 2 Com Nr 19 Kd1-Kf5 Black capture white piece to open own lines. Double switchback of Re5 and Be6. I had with pleasure seen a Bishop mate in A.

 a)1.Té×ç5 Fé8 2.Ff4 Fh5 3.Té5 g4‡
 b)1.F×d7 T×ç4 2.Tg6 T×é4 3.Fé6 Tf4‡


Mechislovas RIMKUS & Yuri BELOKON
JT Boujemâ Kariouch
Maroc Echecs 2012
3° Recommandé
Mats aidés en 3 coups
6 solutions

 3 Com Nr 8 Kh6-Kd5 Ambitious author with 3 pairs of solutions. Perhaps it had been enough with 4 sol. and no repeating moves.

 1.Ch4 F×é3 2.Ré5 T×ç4 3.d5 Ff4‡
 1.Fd3 T×ç6 2.Fç5 F×é3 3.Rç4 T×ç5‡
 1.Fb5 T×é3 2.Rç4 Fé5 3.d5 Tç3‡
 1.Dé4 F×ç7 2.d6 Td3+ 3.Ré5 F×d6‡
 1.Dé5 Fé3 2.Rd6 F×a7 3.Fd5 Fç5‡
 1.ç5 T×é3 2.ç6 T×é6 3.Té4 Td6‡

 

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