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Award Mémorial Boujemâ Kariouch : section aidés en 3,5-7 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 H#3,5-7 :

Nikolaj ZUJEV (1) , Pierre TRITTEN (2 et 8), Kenneth SOLJA (3 et 5) , Anton BIDLEN (4) , Jozef HOLUBEC (6) , Vladislav BUNKA (7) , Dieter MULLER (9 et 10), Krzysztof DRAZKOWSKI (11) , Mechislovas RIMKUS (12) , Antanas VILKAUSKAS (13), Daniel NOVOMESKY (14) , Zlatko MIHAJLOSKI (15,16 et 17) , Anatoly STYOPOCHKIN (18), Alexandre PANKRATIEV (19* et 20) , Mikhaïl GERSHINSKY (19*) , Bosko MILOSESKI (21 et 22), Valery BARSUKOV (23) , Henry TANNER (24 et 29) , Alexandre SEMENENKO (25) , Abdelaziz ONKOUD (26 , 27 et 28).

Award Mémorial Boujemâ Kariouch : section aidés en 3,5-7 coups.


Henry TANNER
MT Boujema Kariouch
Maroc Echecs 2012
1° Prix
Mat aidé en 6 coups

 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.
 1.f6 Fd3 2.Rf7 Fa6 3.Rg6 Fç8 4.Ff7 Rf3 5.Dd2 Rg4 6.Dh6 Ff5‡


Pierre TRITTEN
MT Boujema Kariouch
Maroc Echecs 2012
2° Prix
Mat aidé en 3,5 coups
2 solutions

 2 Prize Nr 2 Kc4-Kd8 Smart sacrifices of white pieces to allow black to block on e8. Zilahi and good economi.
 1…Cd1 2.ç×d1=F Fh6 3.Fh5 Ff8 4.Fé8 Fé7‡
 1…Fg1 2.h×g1=T Cd3 3.Tg8 Cé5 4.Té8 Cf7‡


Alexandre PANKRATIEV & Mikhaïl GERSHINSKY
MT Boujema Kariouch
Maroc Echecs 2012
1° Mention d’Honneur
Mat aidé en 4 coups
2 solutions

 1 HM Nr 19 Kh4-Kd5 Zilahi with full length in 4 moves, active sacrifices and good economi.
 1.Rç6 Fb6 2.R×b6 Cf5 3.Ra5 Cd4 4.Db6 Cb3‡
 1.Ré6 Cf7 2.R×f7 Fb6 3.Rg7 F×ç5 4.Rh6 Ff8‡


Zlatko MIHAJLOSKI
MT Boujemâ Kariouch
Maroc Echecs 2012
2° Mention d’Honneur
Mat aidé en 6 coups

 2 HM Nr 17 Ke3-Ke5 Difficult idea to solve ! Interesting play with Rundlauf of white Bishop and black King. Black King in chess.
 1.Rd5 Fg3 2.Cd4 Fé1 3.Dé6 Fd2 4.Rd6 Rf4 5.Fd5 Rg5 6.Ré5 Ff4‡


Daniel NOVOMESKY
MT Boujemâ Kariouch
Maroc Echecs 2012
Mention d’Honneur spéciale
Mat aidé en 4 coups
2 solutions

 Sp. HM Nr 14 Kc5-Ke5 Chameleon echo with tempomoves of white King in both solutions. All in miniature !
 1.Ch8 h4 2.Df7 Rç6 3.Rf6 Rd6 4.Cg6 Ch5‡
 1.Df6 Cg2 2.f4 Rç4 3.Rf5 Rd5 4.Cg5 Ch4‡


Zlatko MIHAJLOSKI
MT Boujemâ Kariouch
Maroc Echecs 2012
1° Recommandé
Mat aidé en 5,5 coups
2 solutions

 1 Com Nr 16 Kf2-Kd4 2 Rundlaufs of white King in 5 and 4 moves with 5 pieces !
 1…Rg2 2.Ré3 Rh3 3.Rf2 Rg4 4.Rg1 Rf3 5.Rh1 Rf2 6.Fh2 Fg2‡
 1…Ré2 2.Ré4 Rd2 3.Rf3 Fé2+ 4.Rg2 Ré3 5.Rh1 Rf2 6.Fh2 Ff3‡


Alexandre PANKRATIEV
MT Boujemâ Kariouch
Maroc Echecs 2012
2° Recommandé
Mat aidé en 5 coups
2 solutions

 2 Com Nr 20 Kh5-Kd5 Miniature, models and a black King which make the white Kings walking possible in both solutions.
 1.Tb6 Rg5 2.Rd6 Rf6 3.Rç7+ Ré7 4.Rb8 Rd8 5.Tb7 Cç6‡
 1.Tff8 Cb5 2.Ré6 Rg5 3.Rf7 R×f5 4.Ré8+ Ré6 5.Td8 Cç7‡


Henry TANNER
MT Boujemâ Kariouch
Maroc Echecs 2012
3° Recommandé
Mat aidé en 7 coups
b)Rb2->ç1

 3 Com Nr 29 Kc5-Ke5 Two long walking by black King in miniature.
 a)1.Rxç3 Rf7 2.Rd4 Rg6 3.Ré5 Rh5 4.Rf6 Cxç4 5.Rg7 Cé5 6.Rh8 Rh6 7.Fg8 Cg6‡
 b)1.Rd2 Cxç4+ 2.Rd3 Ca5 3.Fd5 ç4 4.Rd4 çxd5 5.Rç5 d6 6.Rb6 d7 7.Rç7 d8=D‡

 

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