Loyd-Turton doubling

Turton doubling, in which A is stronger than B.

See also: Turton doubling; Loyd's clearance.

Bakcsi, Gy├Ârgy

Zoltan, Laszlo

The Problemist, 1995

4th HM

Example: Loyd-Turton doubling
h#2.5 2.1... (10+8)

1...Rh5 2.Kf3 Qg5 3.Ke4 Qxd5#
1...Qe6 2.Kxg4 Rf6+ 3.Kh5 Rh6#

Turton & Loyd-Turton.

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FEN: 5nK1/1p1b1PPp/3P3Q/3p1R2/5PPr/4P1kn/3P4/8

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Seider, Shlomo

Munich club-150 JT, 1987

Example: Loyd-Turton doubling
h#3 2.1... (8+13)

1.Kf1 Qc7 2.Kg1 Bd6 3.Qf1 Bh2#
1.Qd3 Bxe7 2.Kd2 Qd6 3.Kxc3 Qxb4#

Turton and Loyd-Turton.

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FEN: 2K5/4p3/8/PPBp4/1pqPn1p1/2P1Pp2/1pb2bpQ/4k2n