## 3D chess problems

In the meantime I developed different sets of problems for three-dimensional chess.
As examples I will list here three problems:

 Problem 5 of Level 1 In a game there is the following situation: White: QL1, KL1, Ke0KL1, Rd0KL1, Ba6N, Nb3W, Pawns: z1QL1, d1KL1, e1KL1 Black: QL6, KL6, Kd9KL6, Re9KL6, Nb6N, Nc7B, Pawns: z8QL6, d8KL6, e8KL6 Black is in check. Which possibilities has Black to escape from check? Can Black castle, yes or no? Problem 3 of Level 2 White: QL1, KL1, Kd1KL1, Rb1W, Pawns: z1QL1, b2W, d2W, e1KL1 (6 pieces) Black: QL6, KL5, Kd8B, Qa4N, Rc4N, Nb3W, Pawns: z8QL6, d3N, d7B, e4KL5 (8 pieces) White believes to be able to get quality of material by playing a "fork". What does White play? Problem 4 of Level 2 Continuation of Problem 3 (of Level 2). Black is smarter and checkmates White in two moves. How?

To know if you found the correct solutions or not, contact Jens Meder; Weichselweg 9; 85241 Hebertshausen; GERMANY jens.meder@gmx.de.

Also there you can get the first set of three-dimensional chess problems (level 1). Higher levels are to be send to those who did pass the lower levels.

Last Revision 19.OCT.2005