Chess Problem with Chancellor 1 - Solution
King h6; Chancellor e4; Rook a5, e1; Knight a3, b3; Bishop f8.
King d5; Rook d7, g2; Knight a2, h5; Pawn b5, c5, c6, d6, f3, f4, g5, h7.
White to mate in two moves.
The chancellor is a piece that has the combined moves of rook and knight (in the same manner as the queen has the combined moves of bishop and rook).
1. R e1 - e3. While this does not give a threat to give mate in one, after every move of black, white can give mate.
Written by Hans Bodlaender.
WWW page created: March 3, 1997.