Chess Problem with Chancellor 3
King f7; Chancellor a4; Knight b7; Bishop b5, h8; Pawn d6, c2, g3.
King d5; Knight a6, c8; Bishop d2; Pawn c5, e3, f5, g5.
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).
An ingenious problem, but not easy!
Written Hans Bodlaender, with thanks to Ralph Betza.
WWW page created: March 10, 1997.