Yes, I did ! This idea immediately came to my head when I tried to solve YOUR problem.Bill Salot wrote:#3: (Did you get the inspiration for this from the recently discussed C. M. Wilder problem?)
Bill Salot wrote:Sorry, I'm still learning.
liam stephens wrote:Not only is Bill a fine problem composer, he also organised and ran the International Problem Contests that were published in the ACF Bulletin in the 1970's.
Yeah, I missed this maneur, 20-16 to get a new tempo on board! Beautiful. Another technical thing I like here very much - an EXACT order of white moves without duals. I know - it is not easy to get such level of clearance in positions like this.liam stephens wrote:28-24, 19-28, 23-18, 12-19, 20-16, 3-12, 10-6, 1-10,26-23,19-26, 5-1, 12-19, 11-8, 4-11 A, 18-15, 11-18, 1-5, 2-11, 5-32 W. W.
A = 2-11, 18-15, 11-18, 1-5, 4-11, 5-32 W. W.
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