New Year Tree !

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New Year Tree !

Postby Alex_Moiseyev on Tue Dec 27, 2005 10:20 am

Here is positional design of New Year Tree on the board and solution for Russian checkers. It would nice, if someone can make a playable viewer for this and also provide solution for checkers. Programs participation in New Year contest is welcome ! :lol:

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1. g3-f4 h6-g5 2. f4:h6 f6-g5 3. h6:f4 g7-h6 4. c3-d4 e7-f6 5. d2-c3 f6-g5 6. a3-b4 g5-h4 7. d4-e5 d8-e7 8. e3-d4 h8-g7 9. f2-e3 g7-f6 10. e5:g7 e7-f6 11. g7:e5 h4-g3 12. e1-d2 b6-c5 13. d4:d8 d6-c5 14. b4:d6 g3-f2 15. c3-d4 f2-e1 16. b2-c3 e1-h4 17. d8-a5 b8-c7 18. a5:d8 a7-b6 19. d8:a5 h4-d8 20. d4-c5 d8-h4 21. a1-b2 h4-e1 22. e5-f6 f8-g7 23. f6:h8 e1-g3 24. f4-e5 g3-e1 25. a5-c7 e1-h4 26. c7-a5 h4-d8 27. a5-b4 h6-g5 28. b4-a5 g5-h4 29. h8-g7 d8-g5 30. g7-h6 g5-d8 31. h6-f4 h4-g3 32. a5-b4 g3-f2 33. e3-d4 f2-e1 34. d2-e3 e1-f2 35. c1-d2 f2-e1 36. b4-a5 d8-h4 37. f4-h6 h4-f2 38. d6-c7 f2-h4 39. c7-d8 h4-f2 40. c5-d6 f2-h4 41. b2-a3 h4-f2 42. a3-b4 f2-h4 43. b4-c5 h4-f2 44. a5-b4 f2-h4 45. b4-a3 e1-f2 46. a3-b2 f2-e1 47. d8-a5 h4-d8 48. a5-b4 d8-a5 49. e5-f6 e1-h4 50. f6-g7 h4-d8 51. h2-g3 d8-h4 52. g3-f4 h4-e1 53. f4-e5 e1-h4 54. g7-h8 h4-d8 55. h6-f4 d8-h4 56. f4-h2 h4-e1 57. d6-e7 a5-d8 58. e7-f8 d8-a5 59. c5-d6 a5-d8 60. d4-c5 e1-h4 61. c3-d4 h4-e1 62. b4-c3 d8-a5 63. f8-h6 a5-d8 64. h8-g7 d8-h4 65. d6-c7 h4-d8 66. c7-b8 d8-h4 67. c5-d6 h4-d8 68. h6-f4 d8-a5 69. g7-f6 a5-d8 70. f6-h4 d8-a5 71. f4-g3 a5-d8 72. g1-f2 d8-a5 73. d6-e7 a5-d8 74. h4-f6 d8-a5 75. e3-f4 a5-c7 76. b8:d6
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Re: New Year Tree !

Postby Ingo_Zachos on Tue Dec 27, 2005 10:51 am

It looks like an unsound structure:
the black man on the base looks clearly "overloaded", what do you think? :-)


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Re: New Year Tree !

Postby Alex_Moiseyev on Tue Dec 27, 2005 10:58 am

Hi, Ingo !

In Russian checkers solution last move was 1:10. Before this red moved King on 6 etc ... It is not so obvious - if it's possible or not in checkers. Maybe program can help us :idea: "recover" position from the beginning ?

I will try to experiement a bit with this, but am very busy now with book. Also - everyone is welcome to try !

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