PID: 22835 (8/1p2k3/1P2B2K/8/1P6/7Q/8/8 w - - 0 1)

Brenander, Oskar Wilhelm

Source?, 0000

8/1p2k3/1P2B2K/8/1P6/7Q/8/8
#3 5 + 2

1 solution

  • Set play
    • 1...Ke8
      • 2.Qh4 block
        • Kf8
          • 3.Qd8#
  • Tries
    • 1.Bc8?
      • threat
        • 2.Kg7
          • threat
            • 3.Qd7#
          • Kd6
            • 3.Qe6#
      • 1...Kf8
        • 2.Qd7 block
          • Kg8
            • 3.Qe8#
            • 3.Qg7#
      • 1...Kf7!
    • 1.Kg6? block
      • 1...Kd8
        • 2.Kf6
          • threat
            • 3.Qh8#
      • 1...Ke8
        • 2.Kf6
          • threat
            • 3.Qh8#
        • 2.Qh4 block
          • Kf8
            • 3.Qd8#
        • 2.Qh7 block
          • Kd8
            • 3.Qd7#
          • Kf8
            • 3.Qf7#
      • 1...Kf8
        • 2.Kf6
          • threat
            • 3.Qh8#
      • 1...Kd6!
    • 1.Kg5? block
      • 1...Kd8
        • 2.Kf6
          • threat
            • 3.Qh8#
      • 1...Ke8
        • 2.Kf6
          • threat
            • 3.Qh8#
        • 2.Qh7 block
          • Kd8
            • 3.Qd7#
          • Kf8
            • 3.Qf7#
      • 1...Kf8
        • 2.Kf6
          • threat
            • 3.Qh8#
      • 1...Kd6!
    • 1.Qf5? block
      • 1...Ke8
        • 2.Qh7 block
          • Kd8
            • 3.Qd7#
          • Kf8
            • 3.Qf7#
        • 2.Qc5 block
          • Kd8
            • 3.Qf8#
        • 2.Qf7+
          • Kd8
            • 3.Qd7#
            • 3.Qf8#
        • 2.Qg5 block
          • Kf8
            • 3.Qd8#
      • 1...Kd6!
  • Keys
    • 1.Qe3! block
      • 1...Kd8
        • 2.Bc8 block
          • Kxc8
            • 3.Qe8#
      • 1...Ke8
        • 2.Qc5 block
          • Kd8
            • 3.Qf8#
        • 2.Qg5 block
          • Kf8
            • 3.Qd8#
      • 1...Kf8
        • 2.Bg8 block
          • Kxg8
            • 3.Qe8#
      • 1...Kf6
        • 2.Bd5
          • threat
            • 3.Qg5#
            • 3.Qe6#
      • 1...Kd6
        • 2.Bf5
          • threat
            • 3.Qc5#
            • 3.Qe6#
1908 777 Chess Miniatures in Three
Completely anticipated by this problem (0000)
Completely anticipates this problem (1952)

All solutions have been generated automatically using a set of default options and are only fully present for #2s and #3s. Solutions to #4s and #5s are being slowly added (and don’t include set play or tries), so some have solutions and some don’t. No other stipulations have been tested and neither have any twin positions. Solutions may include tries that aren’t thematic and lack tries that are. Sorry about this, but I do not have time to edit individual solutions.

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