DEAD RECKONING: a new discovery in problem chess

The first outing in print for Dead Reckoning was a lively article by Ronald Turnbull, in the July 2001 issue of The Problemist, the journal of the British Chess Problem Society. The articles contained as originals the following six compositions, although {A} was for a short time attributed to another magazine.

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{A} A.G.Buchanan
The Problemist, July 2001
{B} A.G.Buchanan
The Problemist, July 2001
{C} R.Turnbull
The Problemist, July 2001
(1+1) Whose move? (8+1) White to move. Where is White's original Queen's Rook? (8+4) #3
{D} R.Turnbull
The Problemist, July 2001
{E} A.G.Buchanan
The Problemist, July 2001
{F} R.Turnbull, A.G.Buchanan, L.Yarbrough
The Problemist, July 2001
(4+13) h=6.5 (9+11) White to move. How many moves by the black King? (2+2) h=2 (three solutions)

See Ronald's article for solutions

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