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# Problem Solution
HC40 Zoran Sibinović
Serbia
HC40 ChessProblems.ca, 07.08.2010
3n4/2p2p2/2P1kP2/1p2q1p1/K1p3r1/3ppp2/5P2/4b1nb
ser-= 77 (4+15) C+



6.Kd1*e1 18.Kc8*d8 24.Kh5*g4 43.Kf1*g1 44.Kg1*h1 65.Kg4*f3 66.Kf3-g4 68.f4*e5 69.Kg4*g5 71.Kf4*e3 74.Kc5*b5 75.Kb5*c4 76.Kc4*d3 77.Kd3-e4 =

  • The direct series stalemate length record - ideal stalemate, last move by King, is: 
    Zdenek Oliva
    feenschach 2002
    n1r5/2b2pK1/r5p1/n3p2p/3p4/1b6/p5pp/6kq
    ser-= 80 (1+16) C+

    13.Kb5*a6 28.Kd7*c8 45.Ka7*a8 62.Kd7*c7 64.Kb6*a5 66.Kb4*b3 67.Kb3*a2 71.Kd5*e5 72.Ke5*d4 75.Kf6*f7 76.Kf7*g6 77.Kg6*h5 80.Kf3-e2 =

  • Table of records: lengthrecords.chessproblems.ca.
HC39 Zoran Sibinović
Serbia
HC39 ChessProblems.ca, 06.08.2010
2Kn2BR/2p2P1P/2p1kP2/1p2q1b1/2p1P1r1/2P2p2/5P2/3r2nb
ser-= 79 (9+13) C+



9.Kc2*d1 19.Kc8*d8 25.Kh5*g4 43.Kf1*g1 44.Kg1*h1 64.Kg4*f3 65.Kf3-g4 66.f2-f4 67.f4*e5 68.Kg4*g5 73.Kc5*c6 74.Kc6*b5 75.Kb5*c4 76.Kc4-d4 79.c5-c6 =

  • New direct series stalemate length record - last move by Pawn!
  • 07.08.2010:  Vladimír Janál has published the following version: 

    Vladimír Janál & Zoran Sibinović
    Blog zlínského problemisty, 07.08.2010
    3K2Bn/2p2P1N/2p1kP2/1p2q1b1/2p1P1r1/2P2p2/5P2/3r2nb
    ser-= 80 (8+13) C+

    9.Kc2*d1 22.Kg7*h8 26.Kh5*g4 44.Kf1*g1 45.Kg1*h1 65.Kg4*f3 66.Kf3-g4 68.f4*e5 69.Kg4*g5 74.Kc5*c6 75.Kc6*b5 76.Kb5*c4 77.Kc4-d4 80.c5-c6 =

  • 11.08.2010:  The new record is now: 

    Ján Golha, Vladimír Janál & Zoran Sibinović
    Blog zlínského problemisty, 10.08.2010
    3K2B1/2p2P1N/2r1kP2/1p2q1b1/2p1P3/2P2p1n/p4P2/2nr3b
    ser-= 85 (8+13) C+

    3.Kb7*c6 11.Kc2*d1 27.Kg4*h3 47.Kg1*h1 67.Kg4*f3 68.Kf3-g4 70.f4*e5 71.Kg4*g5 75.Kd2*c1 77.Kb2*a2 80.Kb4*b5 81.Kb5*c4 82.Kc4-d4 85.c5-c6 =

  • Table of records: lengthrecords.chessproblems.ca.
HC38 Ivan Skoba &  Ján Golha
Czech Republic &  Slovakia
HC38 ChessProblems.ca, 04.08.2010

Position a:
n7/5p2/5b2/3b2P1/2kp1p1p/3pn3/5K1p/8

Position b:
n7/5p2/5b2/3b2P1/2kp1p2/3pn2p/5K1p/8
ser-a=>b 702 (2+11) C+
PWC





19.Kh5*h4 [+bPh5] 21.Kh3*h2 [+bPh3] 41.Kh6*h5 [+bPh6] 43.Kh4*h3 [+bPh4] 63.Kh7*h6 [+bPh7] 65.Kh5*h4 [+bPh5] 85.Kg8*h7 [+bPg8] 87.Kh6*h5 [+bPh6] 107.Kf8*g8 [+bPf8] 109.Kh7*h6 [+bPh7] 129.Ke8*f8 [+bPe8] 131.Kg8*h7 [+bPg8] 151.Kd7*e8 [+bPd7] 153.Kf8*g8 [+bPf8] 173.Kc8*d7 [+bPc8] 175.Ke8*f8 [+bPe8] 195.Kb8*c8 [+bPb8] 197.Kd7*e8 [+bPd7] 217.Ka7*b8 [+bPa7] 219.Kc8*d7 [+bPc8] 239.Ka6*a7 [+bPa6] 241.Kb8*c8 [+bPb8] 261.Ka5*a6 [+bPa5] 263.Ka7*b8 [+bPa7] 283.Ka4*a5 [+bPa4] 285.Ka6*a7 [+bPa6] 305.Ka3*a4 [+bPa3] 307.Ka5*a6 [+bPa5] 328.Ka2*a3 [+bPa2] 330.Ka4*a5 [+bPa4] 352.Ka3*a2 [+bPa3] 374.Ka5*a4 [+bPa5] 375.Ka4*a3 [+bPa4] 396.Ka6*a5 [+bPa6] 397.Ka5*a4 [+bPa5] 418.Ka7*a6 [+bPa7] 419.Ka6*a5 [+bPa6] 440.Kb8*a7 [+bPb8] 441.Ka7*a6 [+bPa7] 462.Kc8*b8 [+bPc8] 463.Kb8*a7 [+bPb8] 484.Kd7*c8 [+bPd7] 485.Kc8*b8 [+bPc8] 506.Ke8*d7 [+bPe8] 507.Kd7*c8 [+bPd7] 528.Kf8*e8 [+bPf8] 529.Ke8*d7 [+bPe8] 550.Kg8*f8 [+bPg8] 551.Kf8*e8 [+bPf8] 572.Kh7*g8 [+bPh7] 573.Kg8*f8 [+bPg8] 594.Kh6*h7 [+bPh6] 595.Kh7*g8 [+bPh7] 616.Kh5*h6 [+bPh5] 617.Kh6*h7 [+bPh6] 638.Kh4*h5 [+bPh4] 639.Kh5*h6 [+bPh5] 660.Kh3*h4 [+bPh3] 661.Kh4*h5 [+bPh4] 682.Kh2*h3 [+bPh2] 683.Kh3*h4 [+bPh3] 702.Ke1-f2 a=>b

  • The only difference between position A  and position B  is the location of one black pawn:  bPh4 and, respectively, bPh3! Still, to make this subtle change not less than 702 moves are necessary! 
  • Ivan Skoba writes that this problem was composed during ChessProblems.ca TT2 (it is similar to the 4th Place). Ivan also informs that his lecture at the recent 2nd International Chess Composition Festival in Marianka (http://www.goja.sk/soks/index_en.htm) was inspired and motivated by this tournament!
HC36 Cornel Pacurar, Canada
HC36 ChessProblems.ca, 04.07.2010 (v)

Position a:

(5+8) (All pieces are Kangaroos)

Position b:

ser-h a=>b 49 (3+8) C+
(All pieces are Kangaroos)




1.KAh1-e1 2.KAg1-d1 3.KAf1-c1 4.KAe1-b1 5.KAd1-a1 6.KAa1-a4 7.KAa2-a5 8.KAa3-a6 9.KAa4-a7 10.KAa5-a8 11.KAa8-d8 12.KAb8-e8 13.KAc8-f8 14.KAd8-g8 15.KAe8-h8 16.KAh8-h5 17.KAh7-h4 18.KAh5-h1 19.KAh1-a1 20.KAa1-a8 21.KAa8-h8 22.KAh8-h3 23.KAh4-h1 24.KAh1-a1 25.KAa1-a8 26.KAa8-h8 27.KAh8*h2 28.KAh2*d2 29.KAd2-h2 30.KAh2-h7 31.KAh3-h8 32.KAh8-e8 33.KAg8-d8 34.KAf8-c8 35.KAe8-b8 36.KAd8-a8 37.KAa8-a5 38.KAa7-a4 39.KAa6-a3 40.KAa5-a2 41.KAa4-a1 42.KAa1-d1 43.KAb1-e1 44.KAc1-f1 45.KAd1-g1 46.KAe1-h1 47.KAh1-h8 48.KAh8-h5 49.KAh7-h4 KAh6-h3 a=>b

More Kangaroo moves are possible if fairy conditions are added, for instance: 59 Kangaroo moves

Cornel Pacurar
HC37 ChessProblems.ca, 07.07.2010

Position a:

Position b:

ser- a=>b 59 C+
MirrorAntiCirce PWC

1.KAh1-e1 2.KAg1-d1 3.KAf1-c1 4.KAe1-b1 5.KAd1-a1 6.KAa1-a4 7.KAa2-a5 8.KAa3-a6 9.KAa4-a7 10.KAa5-a8 11.KAa8-d8 12.KAb8-e8 13.KAc8-f8 14.KAd8-g8 15.KAe8-h8 16.KAh8-h5 17.KAh7-h4 18.KAh5-h1 19.KAh1-a1 20.KAa1-a8 21.KAa8-h8 22.KAh8-h3 23.KAh4-h1 24.KAh1-a1 25.KAa1-a8 26.KAa8-h8 27.KAh8*h2 [+bKAh8][wKAh2->h1] 28.KAh1-a1 29.KAa1-a8 30.KAa8*h8 [+bKAa8][wKAh8->h1] 31.KAh1-h7 32.KAh3-h8 33.KAh8-e8 34.KAg8-d8 35.KAf8-c8 36.KAe8-b8 37.KAd8*a8 [+bKAd8][wKAa8->a1] 38.KAa1-a8 39.KAa8*d8 [+bKAa8][wKAd8->d1] 40.KAb1-e1 41.KAc1-f1 42.KAd1-g1 43.KAe1-h1 44.KAh1-h8 45.KAh8*a8 [+bKAh8][wKAa8->a1] 46.KAa1-a8 47.KAa8-d8 48.KAb8-e8 49.KAc8-f8 50.KAd8-g8 51.KAe8*h8 [+bKAe8][wKAh8->h1] 52.KAh1-h8 53.KAh8*e8 [+bKAh8][wKAe8->e1] 54.KAe1-h1 55.KAh1*h8[wKAh8->h1] 56.KAh1-e1 57.KAg1-d1 58.KAf1-c1 59.KAe1-b1 a=>b
HC35 Arno Tüngler
Germany
HC35 ChessProblems.ca, 01.07.2010
8/5p2/P2K1P2/1k4P1/2Q2P2/1NPRPP2/R5P1/2BBN3
ser-hF 126 (absolute and effective) (16+2) C+



1.Kb5c4 2.Kc4-b5 3.Kb5-b6 4.Kb6-a7 5.Ka7-b8 6.Kb8-c8 7.Kc8-d8 8.Kd8-e8 9.Ke8-f8 10.Kf8-g8 11.Kg8-h7 12.Kh7-g6 13.Kg6-h5 14.Kh5-h4 15.Kh4-g3 16.Kg3-h2 17.Kh2-g1 18.Kg1-f1 19.Kf1e1 20.Ke1-f1 21.Kf1-g1 22.Kg1-h2 23.Kh2-g3 24.Kg3-h4 25.Kh4-h5 26.Kh5-g6 27.Kg6-h7 28.Kh7-g8 29.Kg8-f8 30.Kf8-e8 31.Ke8-d8 32.Kd8-c8 33.Kc8-b8 34.Kb8-a7 35.Ka7-b6 36.Kb6-b5 37.Kb5-c4 38.Kc4d3 39.Kd3-c4 40.Kc4-b5 41.Kb5-b6 42.Kb6-a7 43.Ka7-b8 44.Kb8-c8 45.Kc8-d8 46.Kd8-e8 47.Ke8-f8 48.Kf8-g8 49.Kg8-h7 50.Kh7-g6 51.Kg6-h5 52.Kh5-h4 53.Kh4-g3 54.Kg3-h2 55.Kh2-g1 56.Kg1-f1 57.Kf1-e1 58.Ke1d1 59.Kd1-e1 60.Ke1-f1 61.Kf1-g1 62.Kg1-h2 63.Kh2-g3 64.Kg3-h4 65.Kh4-h5 66.Kh5-g6 67.Kg6-h7 68.Kh7-g8 69.Kg8-f8 70.Kf8-e8 71.Ke8-d8 72.Kd8-c8 73.Kc8-b8 74.Kb8-a7 75.Ka7-b6 76.Kb6-b5 77.Kb5-c4 78.Kc4b3 79.Kb3-c4 80.Kc4-b5 81.Kb5-b6 82.Kb6-a7 83.Ka7-b8 84.Kb8-c8 85.Kc8-d8 86.Kd8-e8 87.Ke8-f8 88.Kf8-g8 89.Kg8-h7 90.Kh7-g6 91.Kg6-h5 92.Kh5-h4 93.Kh4-g3 94.Kg3-h2 95.Kh2-g1 96.Kg1-f1 97.Kf1-e1 98.Ke1-d1 99.Kd1c1 100.Kc1-d1 101.Kd1-e1 102.Ke1-f1 103.Kf1-g1 104.Kg1-h2 105.Kh2-g3 106.Kg3-h4 107.Kh4-h5 108.Kh5-g6 109.Kg6-h7 110.Kh7-g8 111.Kg8-f8 112.Kf8-e8 113.Ke8-d8 114.Kd8-c8 115.Kc8-b8 116.Kb8-a7 117.Ka7-b6 118.Kb6-b5 119.Kb5-c4 120.Kc4-d3 121.Kd3e3 122.Ke3f4 123.Kf4g5 124.Kg5f6 125.Kf6-g5 126.f7-f5 Ra2-a5 F

HC34 Arno Tüngler
Germany
HC34 ChessProblems.ca, 01.07.2010
8/5p2/P2K1P2/6P1/2k2P2/1NPRPP2/R5P1/2BBN3
ser-hF 125 (absolute and effective) (15+2) C+



1.Kc4-b5 2.Kb5-b6 3.Kb6-a7 4.Ka7-b8 5.Kb8-c8 6.Kc8-d8 7.Kd8-e8 8.Ke8-f8 9.Kf8-g8 10.Kg8-h7 11.Kh7-g6 12.Kg6-h5 13.Kh5-h4 14.Kh4-g3 15.Kg3-h2 16.Kh2-g1 17.Kg1-f1 18.Kf1e1 19.Ke1-f1 20.Kf1-g1 21.Kg1-h2 22.Kh2-g3 23.Kg3-h4 24.Kh4-h5 25.Kh5-g6 26.Kg6-h7 27.Kh7-g8 28.Kg8-f8 29.Kf8-e8 30.Ke8-d8 31.Kd8-c8 32.Kc8-b8 33.Kb8-a7 34.Ka7-b6 35.Kb6-b5 36.Kb5-c4 37.Kc4d3 38.Kd3-c4 39.Kc4-b5 40.Kb5-b6 41.Kb6-a7 42.Ka7-b8 43.Kb8-c8 44.Kc8-d8 45.Kd8-e8 46.Ke8-f8 47.Kf8-g8 48.Kg8-h7 49.Kh7-g6 50.Kg6-h5 51.Kh5-h4 52.Kh4-g3 53.Kg3-h2 54.Kh2-g1 55.Kg1-f1 56.Kf1-e1 57.Ke1d1 58.Kd1-e1 59.Ke1-f1 60.Kf1-g1 61.Kg1-h2 62.Kh2-g3 63.Kg3-h4 64.Kh4-h5 65.Kh5-g6 66.Kg6-h7 67.Kh7-g8 68.Kg8-f8 69.Kf8-e8 70.Ke8-d8 71.Kd8-c8 72.Kc8-b8 73.Kb8-a7 74.Ka7-b6 75.Kb6-b5 76.Kb5-c4 77.Kc4b3 78.Kb3-c4 79.Kc4-b5 80.Kb5-b6 81.Kb6-a7 82.Ka7-b8 83.Kb8-c8 84.Kc8-d8 85.Kd8-e8 86.Ke8-f8 87.Kf8-g8 88.Kg8-h7 89.Kh7-g6 90.Kg6-h5 91.Kh5-h4 92.Kh4-g3 93.Kg3-h2 94.Kh2-g1 95.Kg1-f1 96.Kf1-e1 97.Ke1-d1 98.Kd1c1 99.Kc1-d1 100.Kd1-e1 101.Ke1-f1 102.Kf1-g1 103.Kg1-h2 104.Kh2-g3 105.Kg3-h4 106.Kh4-h5 107.Kh5-g6 108.Kg6-h7 109.Kh7-g8 110.Kg8-f8 111.Kf8-e8 112.Ke8-d8 113.Kd8-c8 114.Kc8-b8 115.Kb8-a7 116.Ka7-b6 117.Kb6-b5 118.Kb5-c4 119.Kc4-d3 120.Kd3e3 121.Ke3f4 122.Kf4g5 123.Kg5f6 124.Kf6-g5 125.f7-f5 Ra2-a5 F

HC33 Arno Tüngler
Germany
HC33 ChessProblems.ca, 01.07.2010
8/5p2/3K1P2/6P1/2k2P2/1NPRPP2/R5P1/2BBN3
ser-hF 118 (absolute and effective) (14+2) C+



1.Kc4-b5 2.Kb5-b6 3.Kb6-b7 4.Kb7-c8 5.Kc8-d8 6.Kd8-e8 7.Ke8-f8 8.Kf8-g8 9.Kg8-h7 10.Kh7-g6 11.Kg6-h5 12.Kh5-h4 13.Kh4-g3 14.Kg3-h2 15.Kh2-g1 16.Kg1-f1 17.Kf1e1 18.Ke1-f1 19.Kf1-g1 20.Kg1-h2 21.Kh2-g3 22.Kg3-h4 23.Kh4-h5 24.Kh5-g6 25.Kg6-h7 26.Kh7-g8 27.Kg8-f8 28.Kf8-e8 29.Ke8-d8 30.Kd8-c8 31.Kc8-b7 32.Kb7-b6 33.Kb6-b5 34.Kb5-c4 35.Kc4d3 36.Kd3-c4 37.Kc4-b5 38.Kb5-b6 39.Kb6-b7 40.Kb7-c8 41.Kc8-d8 42.Kd8-e8 43.Ke8-f8 44.Kf8-g8 45.Kg8-h7 46.Kh7-g6 47.Kg6-h5 48.Kh5-h4 49.Kh4-g3 50.Kg3-h2 51.Kh2-g1 52.Kg1-f1 53.Kf1-e1 54.Ke1d1 55.Kd1-e1 56.Ke1-f1 57.Kf1-g1 58.Kg1-h2 59.Kh2-g3 60.Kg3-h4 61.Kh4-h5 62.Kh5-g6 63.Kg6-h7 64.Kh7-g8 65.Kg8-f8 66.Kf8-e8 67.Ke8-d8 68.Kd8-c8 69.Kc8-b7 70.Kb7-b6 71.Kb6-b5 72.Kb5-c4 73.Kc4b3 74.Kb3-c4 75.Kc4-b5 76.Kb5-b6 77.Kb6-b7 78.Kb7-c8 79.Kc8-d8 80.Kd8-e8 81.Ke8-f8 82.Kf8-g8 83.Kg8-h7 84.Kh7-g6 85.Kg6-h5 86.Kh5-h4 87.Kh4-g3 88.Kg3-h2 89.Kh2-g1 90.Kg1-f1 91.Kf1-e1 92.Ke1-d1 93.Kd1c1 94.Kc1-d1 95.Kd1-e1 96.Ke1-f1 97.Kf1-g1 98.Kg1-h2 99.Kh2-g3 100.Kg3-h4 101.Kh4-h5 102.Kh5-g6 103.Kg6-h7 104.Kh7-g8 105.Kg8-f8 106.Kf8-e8 107.Ke8-d8 108.Kd8-c8 109.Kc8-b7 110.Kb7-b6 111.Kb6-b5 112.Kb5-c4 113.Kc4-d3 114.Kd3e3 115.Ke3f4 116.Kf4g5 117.Kg5f6 118.Kf6-g7 Ra2-a7 F

  • New series help-pin length record for 16 units.
  • Previous record: M. & R. Tomaević, Problemkiste 1997, ser-h-F 104 (version Cornel Pacurar, Mat Plus Review 2009), BN3B2/2p5/R1P1K3/N5P1/1R2P3/kP2Q1P1/4P3/8, 13.Kg8*f8 26.Ka3*b4 43.Kc8*b8 62.Kb5*a6 63.Ka6*a5 82.Kb8*a8 102.Kb5*c6 104.Kb7-b8 Qe3-f4.
  • Table of records: lengthrecords.chessproblems.ca.
  • C+ WinChloe 3.04.
HC32 Arno Tüngler
Germany
HC32 ChessProblems.ca, 01.07.2010
8/8/P2K4/5p2/2k2P2/1NPRPP2/R5P1/2BBN3
ser-hF 110 (absolute and effective) (13+2) C+



1.Kc4-b5 2.Kb5-b6 3.Kb6-a7 4.Ka7-b8 5.Kb8-c8 6.Kc8-d8 7.Kd8-e8 8.Ke8-f7 9.Kf7-g6 10.Kg6-h5 11.Kh5-h4 12.Kh4-g3 13.Kg3-h2 14.Kh2-g1 15.Kg1-f1 16.Kf1e1 17.Ke1-f1 18.Kf1-g1 19.Kg1-h2 20.Kh2-g3 21.Kg3-h4 22.Kh4-h5 23.Kh5-g6 24.Kg6-f7 25.Kf7-e8 26.Ke8-d8 27.Kd8-c8 28.Kc8-b8 29.Kb8-a7 30.Ka7-b6 31.Kb6-b5 32.Kb5-c4 33.Kc4d3 34.Kd3-c4 35.Kc4-b5 36.Kb5-b6 37.Kb6-a7 38.Ka7-b8 39.Kb8-c8 40.Kc8-d8 41.Kd8-e8 42.Ke8-f7 43.Kf7-g6 44.Kg6-h5 45.Kh5-h4 46.Kh4-g3 47.Kg3-h2 48.Kh2-g1 49.Kg1-f1 50.Kf1-e1 51.Ke1d1 52.Kd1-e1 53.Ke1-f1 54.Kf1-g1 55.Kg1-h2 56.Kh2-g3 57.Kg3-h4 58.Kh4-h5 59.Kh5-g6 60.Kg6-f7 61.Kf7-e8 62.Ke8-d8 63.Kd8-c8 64.Kc8-b8 65.Kb8-a7 66.Ka7-b6 67.Kb6-b5 68.Kb5-c4 69.Kc4b3 70.Kb3-c4 71.Kc4-b5 72.Kb5-b6 73.Kb6-a7 74.Ka7-b8 75.Kb8-c8 76.Kc8-d8 77.Kd8-e8 78.Ke8-f7 79.Kf7-g6 80.Kg6-h5 81.Kh5-h4 82.Kh4-g3 83.Kg3-h2 84.Kh2-g1 85.Kg1-f1 86.Kf1-e1 87.Ke1-d1 88.Kd1c1 89.Kc1-d1 90.Kd1-e1 91.Ke1-f1 92.Kf1-g1 93.Kg1-h2 94.Kh2-g3 95.Kg3-h4 96.Kh4-h5 97.Kh5-g6 98.Kg6-f7 99.Kf7-e8 100.Ke8-d8 101.Kd8-c8 102.Kc8-b8 103.Kb8-a7 104.Ka7-b6 105.Kb6-b5 106.Kb5-c4 107.Kc4-d3 108.Kd3e3 109.Ke3f4 110.Kf4-g5 Ra2-a5 F

  • New series help-pin length record for 15 units.
  • Previous record: M. & R. Tomaević, Problemkiste 1997, ser-h-F 101 (version Cornel Pacurar, Mat Plus Review 2009), BNk5/2p5/R1P1P2P/1R1N4/4P3/4BK2/P4P2/8, 18.Kc4*b5 37.Kc8*b8 57.Kb5*a6 78.Kb8*a8 99.Kb5*c6 101.Kb7-b8 Be3-f4.
  • Table of records: lengthrecords.chessproblems.ca.
  • C+ WinChloe 3.04.
HC31 Arno Tüngler
Germany
HC31 ChessProblems.ca, 01.07.2010
8/8/3K4/5p2/2k2P2/1NPRPP2/R5P1/2BBN3
ser-hF 104 (absolute and effective) (12+2) C+



1.Kc4-b5 2.Kb5-b6 3.Kb6-b7 4.Kb7-c8 5.Kc8-d8 6.Kd8-e8 7.Ke8-f7 8.Kf7-g6 9.Kg6-h5 10.Kh5-h4 11.Kh4-g3 12.Kg3-h2 13.Kh2-g1 14.Kg1-f1 15.Kf1e1 16.Ke1-f1 17.Kf1-g1 18.Kg1-h2 19.Kh2-g3 20.Kg3-h4 21.Kh4-h5 22.Kh5-g6 23.Kg6-f7 24.Kf7-e8 25.Ke8-d8 26.Kd8-c8 27.Kc8-b7 28.Kb7-b6 29.Kb6-b5 30.Kb5-c4 31.Kc4d3 32.Kd3-c4 33.Kc4-b5 34.Kb5-b6 35.Kb6-b7 36.Kb7-c8 37.Kc8-d8 38.Kd8-e8 39.Ke8-f7 40.Kf7-g6 41.Kg6-h5 42.Kh5-h4 43.Kh4-g3 44.Kg3-h2 45.Kh2-g1 46.Kg1-f1 47.Kf1-e1 48.Ke1d1 49.Kd1-e1 50.Ke1-f1 51.Kf1-g1 52.Kg1-h2 53.Kh2-g3 54.Kg3-h4 55.Kh4-h5 56.Kh5-g6 57.Kg6-f7 58.Kf7-e8 59.Ke8-d8 60.Kd8-c8 61.Kc8-b7 62.Kb7-b6 63.Kb6-b5 64.Kb5-c4 65.Kc4b3 66.Kb3-c4 67.Kc4-b5 68.Kb5-b6 69.Kb6-b7 70.Kb7-c8 71.Kc8-d8 72.Kd8-e8 73.Ke8-f7 74.Kf7-g6 75.Kg6-h5 76.Kh5-h4 77.Kh4-g3 78.Kg3-h2 79.Kh2-g1 80.Kg1-f1 81.Kf1-e1 82.Ke1-d1 83.Kd1c1 84.Kc1-d1 85.Kd1-e1 86.Ke1-f1 87.Kf1-g1 88.Kg1-h2 89.Kh2-g3 90.Kg3-h4 91.Kh4-h5 92.Kh5-g6 93.Kg6-f7 94.Kf7-e8 95.Ke8-d8 96.Kd8-c8 97.Kc8-b7 98.Kb7-b6 99.Kb6-b5 100.Kb5-c4 101.Kc4-d3 102.Kd3e3 103.Ke3f4 104.Kf4-g5 Ra2-a5 F