Allowing hideaway

A move which enables a hideaway move.

See also: Hideaway.

Dolginovich, Nikolay

Die Schwalbe, 1993

Example: Allowing hideaway
h#2 2.1... (9+11)

1.Bg7 Rxh6 2.Bxh6 Rb8#
1.Be5 Rxf4 2.Bxf4 Rb8#

White sacrifice to allow Black to make hideaway move.

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FEN: 5R1R/2p5/p1P4p/p6P/P4pPK/5P1P/pbp5/rkr5

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Jones, Christopher James Austin

Schach, 2011

1st Prize

Example: Allowing hideaway
h#3 2.1... (6+14)

1.Sc4 Bxa2 2.Ke4 Bxc4 3.Ra2 Be6#
1.Rc4 Rxa4 2.Ke6 Rxc4 3.Sa4 Rxf4#

White capture Black at W1 to enable the hideaway at B3.

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FEN: 8/3p4/3P2p1/1pP1pk2/bR3p2/1B1pp3/rnrp2P1/1K1n4

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Blaustein, Yeshayahu

Israel Ring Tourney, 1967

2nd HM

Example: Allowing hideaway
h#2 2.1... (6+6)

1.Qa6 Qf6 2.Bb5 c4#
1.Qa3 Qg5 2.Rb3 c3#

Hideaway of bQ at B1 allowing another hideaway at B2.

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FEN: 3QK3/3P4/8/8/4k3/3qrp2/1pP1b3/1B2R3

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Sobrecases, Guy

Loustau Jean-Marc

Springaren, 2010

Example: Allowing hideaway
h#5  (2+7)

1.Qh8 Ke6 2.Ra8 Kf5 3.Rha1 Kf4 4.Kh1 Kxf3 5.h2 Kf2#

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FEN: q7/1B1Kp3/8/8/8/5b1p/7k/r6r

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Csák, János

Mat-Pat, 1988

4th Prize

Example: Allowing hideaway
h#2 2.1... (6+9)

1.Se5+ Kg3 2.Qf5 Sd5#
1.Sf6+ Kf3 2.Qe6 Sg6#

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FEN: R1qN1r2/1pbnk3/7p/2P5/B1r2NK1/2p5/8/8

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Petkov, Petko A.

Shakhmatna Misl, 1979

1st Prize

Example: Allowing hideaway
h#2 2.1... (7+13)

1.Bd5 Re2 2.dxe2 Bd4#
1.Qc4 Be3 2.fxe3 Rh2#

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FEN: 3n2qb/1pp1K3/1pk4r/1pB5/1P3pp1/3p4/b1RP2R1/7B

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Janevski, Zhivko

Kalkavouras, Ioannis

Mat Plus, 2007

1st Prize

Example: Allowing hideaway
h#2 2.1... (8+11)

1.Kxd4 Sxe5 2.Qxe5 Qd8#
1.Kxc4 dxc5 2.Rxc5 Qg8#

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FEN: 7Q/2R3p1/1b3B2/1pq1r3/1PNP1r2/K1knpP2/2p5/4n3

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Gurov, Valery

9th WCCT, 2012

2nd Place

Example: Allowing hideaway
h#3 2.1... (9+10)

1.Qxg3 Sf6 2.Bh7 g6 3.Rf3 e3#
1.Qxh7 Be5 2.Rg3 f3 3.Bg6 e4#

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FEN: 2K1nr2/7N/8/6P1/1pkP2n1/1prq2Bp/1Pb1PP2/5B2

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Csák, János

Meeting of Solidarity, 1989

1st Prize

Example: Allowing hideaway
h#2 2.1... (6+9)

1.Sc3 Sxg6 2.Sxg6 Rg7#
1.Sf6 Sxf3 2.Sxf3 Rc3#

White sacrifice to allow Black hideaway.

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FEN: 1B5b/2R5/6pR/3nN3/7n/5pkP/2r2pp1/K7

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Shorokhov, Boris

Turevsky, Dmitry

The Problemist, 2013

Example: Allowing hideaway
h#2.5 2.1... (7+13)

1...Bxf7 2.Bd2 Bxg6 3.Qxb7 Bxh5#
1...Sxd6 2.Sd2 Sb5 3.Rxe6 Sxc3#

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FEN: 3K4/1N3p1q/1prpB1pb/3P1p1p/2n1P2P/2pN4/2p5/3k4

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