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1 - P1018764
Georges Emile Barbier

P1018764
(8+7)
#2

BS Problemid: 3601
Authors: Barbier, Georges Emile
Sources:
Years: 1870
Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (3601)
Genre: 2#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
2 - P1018784
Georges Emile Barbier

P1018784
(6+4)
#2

BS Problemid: 3621
Authors: Barbier, Georges Emile
Sources:
Years: 1873
Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (3621)
Genre: 2#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
3 - P1030446
Georges Emile Barbier
Westminster Papers 1870
P1030446
(5+4)
#3
1. Dg6+! Kh8 2. Kf7 ... 3. Dg8#, 3. Dg7#
1. ... Kxg6 2. Sf5 Sf8+ 3. Sxf8#
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (15347)
Genre: 3#
Reprints: 195 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 184, 30/10/1874
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-11 more...
4 - P1030515
Georges Emile Barbier

P1030515
(5+5)
#3

BS Problemid: 15416
Authors: Barbier, Georges Emile
Sources:
Years: 1872
Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (15416)
Genre: 3#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
5 - P1030516
Georges Emile Barbier

P1030516
(8+1)
#3

BS Problemid: 15417
Authors: Barbier, Georges Emile
Sources:
Years: 1872
Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (15417)
Genre: 3#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
6 - P1030517
Georges Emile Barbier

P1030517
(6+7)
#3

BS Problemid: 15418
Authors: Barbier, Georges Emile
Sources:
Years: 1872
Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (15418)
Genre: 3#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
7 - P1030560
Georges Emile Barbier

P1030560
(8+3)
#3

BS Problemid: 15461
Authors: Barbier, Georges Emile
Sources:
Years: 1873
Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (15461)
Genre: 3#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
8 - P1030561
Georges Emile Barbier
235 Westminster Papers 01/04/1873
P1030561
(7+6)
#3
1. Lc3? Kf4!

1. Ld4 Kxd4 2. Lxb7 Ke4,e5-e4 3. Tc4#,Sxf3#
1. ... exd4 2. Sd3 Kxd3 3. Lf5#
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BS Problemid: 15462
Authors: Barbier, Georges Emile
Sources:
Years: 1873
Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (15462)
Genre: 3#
Reprints: 2 Svenska Familj-Journalen 02/1879
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Mario Richter, 2013-12-26 more...
9 - P1030634
Georges Emile Barbier

P1030634
(7+3)
#3

BS Problemid: 15535
Authors: Barbier, Georges Emile
Sources:
Years: 1874
Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (15535)
Genre: 3#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
10 - P1038269
Georges Emile Barbier
? 1874
P1038269
(7+5)
#5

BS Problemid: 23220
Authors: Barbier, Georges Emile
Sources:
Years: 1874
Rosalie Fay: 1 Dd4 Kh2 2 Da1 (thr 3 Dd1) Kh3 3 Da4 Kh2 4 Dd1 Kh3 5 Dh5#
C+ Popeye Windows-64Bit v4.69 (2015-10-4)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (23220)
Genre: n#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Felber, Volker, 2011-2-19 more...
11 - P1043078
Georges Emile Barbier

P1043078
(7+5)
#5

BS Problemid: 28046
Authors: Barbier, Georges Emile
Sources:
Years: 1870
Rosalie Fay: Duals at move 3/4.
1 Ld8 (thr 2 De8#) Txb5 2 Txa8 (thr 3 Lb6#) Kg8 3 Lc4+ Kf8 4 /f6+/Lg5+/Lh4+
1 ... Txd8 2 Dd7 (thr 3 Dxg7#) Tg8 3 Df5/Dh4
Sacrifice (D/L)
Popeye Windows-64Bit v4.69 (2015-10-4)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (28046)
Genre: n#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
12 - P1044932
Georges Emile Barbier

P1044932
(7+6)
#3

BS Problemid: 29938
Authors: Barbier, Georges Emile
Sources:
Years: 1874
Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (29938)
Genre: 3#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
13 - P1048350
Georges Emile Barbier

P1048350
(6+2)
#3

BS Problemid: 33377
Authors: Barbier, Georges Emile
Sources:
Years: 1874
Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (33377)
Genre: 3#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
14 - P1048406
Georges Emile Barbier

P1048406
(7+10)
#4

BS Problemid: 33433
Authors: Barbier, Georges Emile
Sources:
Years: 1874
Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (33433)
Genre: n#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
15 - P1048417
Georges Emile Barbier

P1048417
(7+7)
#2

BS Problemid: 33444
Authors: Barbier, Georges Emile
Sources:
Years: 1874
Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (33444)
Genre: 2#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
16 - P1048552
Georges Emile Barbier

P1048552
(7+6)
#2

BS Problemid: 33579
Authors: Barbier, Georges Emile
Sources:
Years: 1874
Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (33579)
Genre: 2#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
17 - P1049983
Georges Emile Barbier

P1049983
(6+3)
#2

BS Problemid: 35014
Authors: Barbier, Georges Emile
Sources:
Years: 1875
Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (35014)
Genre: 2#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
18 - P1049989
Georges Emile Barbier

P1049989
(8+1)
#3

BS Problemid: 35020
Authors: Barbier, Georges Emile
Sources:
Years: 1875
Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (35020)
Genre: 3#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
19 - P1050275
Georges Emile Barbier

P1050275
(7+1)
#2

BS Problemid: 35308
Authors: Barbier, Georges Emile
Sources:
Years: 1877
Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (35308)
Genre: 2#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
20 - P1062251
Georges Emile Barbier
Maryland Chess Review 1874
P1062251
(7+7)
#4

BS Problemid: 47337
Authors: Barbier, Georges Emile
Sources: Maryland Chess Review 1874
Years: 1874
Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (47337)
Genre: n#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
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21 - P1062304
Georges Emile Barbier
? 1874
P1062304
(8+5)
#4

BS Problemid: 47391
Authors: Barbier, Georges Emile
Sources:
Years: 1874
Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (47391)
Genre: n#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Felber, Volker, 2011-3-24 more...
22 - P1122945
Georges Emile Barbier
L'Illustration 1875
P1122945
(5+2)
#3
1. Tg5 Kxb4 2. Sd6 a5 3. Tb5#
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E7b-S-T
comment
Keywords: Miniature Collection (0042942)
Genre: 3#
Input: Felber, Volker, 2010-9-11
Last update: Felber, Volker, 2010-9-11 more...
23 - P1126847
Georges Emile Barbier
652 Westminster Papers 06/1875
P1126847
(5+2)
#3
1. Sc2 dxc2 (1... Kd1 2. Db1+ Ke2 3. Sd4#) 2. Db5 Kd1 3. Df1#
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H14
eventuell L'Illustration 1875
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Keywords: Miniature Collection (0321714)
Genre: 3#
Input: Zuncke/Bruder, 2010-9-11
Last update: Zuncke/Bruder, 2010-9-11 more...
24 - P1132296
Georges Emile Barbier
33 The City of London Chess Magazine 05/1875
P1132296
(6+1)
#2
1. Da7
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E7bS SA2
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Keywords: Miniature Collection (0307824)
Genre: 2#
Input: Zuncke/Bruder, 2010-9-11
Last update: Zuncke/Bruder, 2010-9-11 more...
25 - P1147195
Georges Emile Barbier
28 777 Chess Miniatures in Three , p. 10, 1908
P1147195
(5+2)
#3
1. Kd1
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A12DD3 m
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Keywords: Miniature Collection (0052129)
Genre: 3#
Input: Felber, Volker, 2010-9-11
Last update: Felber, Volker, 2010-9-11 more...
26 - P1201543
Georges Emile Barbier
Brooklyn Standard-Union 27/01/1894
P1201543
(3+2)
-w, dann #1
R: 1. f7xSg8=T, dann 1. f8=S#
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Genre: Retro
Input: Frank Müller, 2011-8-31
Last update: Frank Müller, 2012-2-25 more...
27 - P1273095
Georges Emile Barbier
427 British Chess Magazine 10/1887
P1273095
(9+5) C+
s#4
1. d8=S a4 2. Sc6 bxc6 3. g8=L c5 4. Lc4 cxd4#
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Genre: s#
Input: Frank Müller, 2013-6-24
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28 - P1281587
Georges Emile Barbier
524 British Chess Magazine 05/1889
P1281587
(8+3) C+
s#3
1. Da5 g6 2. Da1 Kxg5 3. Sf3+ Lxf3#
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Genre: s#
Input: Frank Müller, 2013-12-26
Last update: Frank Müller, 2013-12-26 more...
29 - P1301616
Georges Emile Barbier
Fernando Saavedra

Glasgow Weekly Citizen 18/05/1895
P1301616
(2+2)
Gewinn
1. c7 Td6+ 2. Kb5 Td5+ 3. Kb4 Td4+ 4. Kb3,Kc3 Td3+ 5. Kc2 Td4 6. c8=T Ta4 7. Kb3 gewinnt
6. c8=D? Tc4+ 7. Dxc4 patt
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Seit 1902 publizierte Version, da die Studie ursprünglich einen Weg zum Remis für Schwarz zeigen sollte, wurde sie zunächst mit schwarzem Zugrecht und weißem Bauer bereits auf c7 veröffentlicht.
'DAZ': "Das beistehende schöne Endspiel ergab sich in einer Partie Potter-Fenton; die geistreiche Lösung fand jedoch keiner der Spieler, sondern ein Zuschauer, Rev. B. Saavedra."

In 'Reform-Chess' auf einem 5x8-Brett (a1-e8).
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Keywords: Fahrstuhl, Stalemate avoidance
Genre: Studies
Reprints: EG15 Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung 17/09/1921
EG3 Volksstimme (Magdeburg) 21/06/1931
Mittelbayerische Zeitung 10/10/1949
59 Schachmatnaja Mosaika 1984
96 Schachmatni superminiatjuri 1988
2132 Reform-Chess [Polgar] 1997
Input: Rainer Staudte, 2015-4-19
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2017-10-12 more...
30 - P1340386
Georges Emile Barbier
Recreationist 06/1873
P1340386
(6+8)
#2
1) R: 1. ... 0-0, dann 1. Kxd8 Lf6+! Ke8 2. De4#
2) R: 1. ... 0-0, dann 1. Tg8,Tf8 De4+ Kxd8 2. De7#
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Heft 7 (08/1873) S.91: The position being one occuring in actual play with White to move, the question is 'What was Black's last move?'. Clearly not a pawn or bishop. Neither could it have been the Kt, for it must have moved from B4 or Kt5, and from either square it would have checked the White K, which must consequently have moved, and therefore could not occupy K 3, as given on the diagram. Nor could the Rook have moved from K square for a similiar reason, the check requiring one of the white pieces to cover it, or the King to move. Then the Black King must have moved - but from where? Not from B or R squares, which are guarded by two pieces. It must have moved therefore from K square, which necessitates the placing of the Rook on its square. Black therefore Castled on his last move, which by the Chess law was an illegal move, and he must pay the penalty by replacing the King and Rook on their original squares, and move one of the pieces touched.
Originalforderung: How is it possible for White to effect mate in two moves by strict chess?

'Recreationist': "A CHESS PUZZLE. We give below an interesting position which is to be looked upon as an end game occuring in actual play. It is calculated to test the ingenuity of those of our subscribers who delight in unravelling mysteries."

Erinnert von der Machart her an P1323153 und ähnlich gelagerte Probleme.

Interessanter Leserbrief von F. Dunne Okt. 1873 S.121: "It appears to me (albeit I amone of the solvers), that Mr. Barber's 'logical' solution of his Chess Puzzle is 'il'-logical, and I believe the following will clearly prove it so. Mr. Barbier says, 'What was Black's last move? Clearly not a pawn or bishop'; and he proceeds to prove that Black 'must' have made a false move with his King, 'because' he could not legally have moved it or any other piece into the position it or they now occupy.
Now surely that is not 'logically' proving that he 'must' have moved his King! For by the same 'logic' I can prove that he must have made a false move with, say, the Knight or any other piece.
'What was Black's last move? Clearly not the King, for all the squares from he could have reached the one he now occupies, are already occupied, either by his own, or by his opponet's pieces, or under the range of the latter's pieces; and he could not have Castled, as the square over which he would have to pass is commanded by one of the adverse pieces.
It is quite evident the pawns have not been moved, and, therefore also, not the bishop. The Rook cannot have been move last, or the White King would not occupy the square he now does. The he 'must' have moved the Kt, and as he could not legally have moved this piece to the square it now occupies, he must have made a false move with it.
Now, one conclusion is as logically arrived at as the other, and by parity of reasoning any other of Black's pieces can be proved to be te one last moved, as Castling across check is no more strict Chess, than wrongly moving a piece."

Gedanken dieser Art haben vermutlich Roberto Osorio & Co. zur Einführung des Begriffs MDR (Minimum Deviation from the Rules) inspiriert (s. Hinweis P0005584)

Antwort vom Autor im 'Recreationist 12/1873 S.154: "In reply to Mr. Dunne's letter in No.9 I beg to say that the solution of the Puzzle cannot be taken apart from the conditions attached to it. Any solution means the solution of something or other, and must be taken inconnection with that something.
The question is to find a way in which White mates in two moves. I agree that if, saying nothing about a mate in two moves as a condition, I endeavoured merely to prove Black's last move, Mr. Dunne's argument would be perfectly sound. But the fact of Black's castling is not an absolute fact; it is only relative. He castled because thereby I can mate him in two moves which Mr. Dunne's move does not do, and which is the very thing that is required to be done.
Henrik Juel: So even if one accepts the dubious retro reasoning intended, the problem is cooked by 0... Kxd8 1.bxc8=DT,Lf6+ (2017-9-30)
A.Buchanan: Dubious or not, retract-and-replay *is* one of the canonical chess problem jokes that our great-great-grandparents must have split their sides laughing over. I am pretty sure there is a typo in the diagram. sLc8 should be b8. This restores soundness and adds a retro try. wBb7 is still necessary to cover c8. (2017-9-30)
A.Buchanan: Have pushed sLc8 to b8, to remove the obvious typo. (2018-10-6)
A.Buchanan: I would classify these problems as jokes, not because the positions are illegal, but because imprecise reasoning is required to determine the illegal move. This is a particularly nice example though. Any thoughts? (2018-10-6)
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Keywords: Illegal position, Joke, Retract illegal move, Touch Move, Castling
Genre: Retro, 2#
Reprints: 617 Dubuque Chess Journal 08/1873
Input: Mario Richter, 2017-9-30
Last update: A.Buchanan, 2018-10-6 more...
31 - P1340392
Georges Emile Barbier

P1340392
(3+9) C+
#15
1. De8+ Kg7 2. Df7+ Kh6 3. Dh7+ Kg5 4. Dh5+ Kf4 5. Df5+ Ke3 6. Dxe4+ Kd2 7. Dxd3+ Kc1 8. Db1+ Kd2 9. Dc2+ Ke3 10. Dd3+ Kf4 11. De4+ Kg5 12. Df5+ Kh6 13. Dh5+ Kg7 14. Dh7+ Kf8 15. Df7#
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Originalforderung: White to move, and mate in fifteen moves

Im Diagramm fehlte der sBd4 - 'Recreationist' 09/1873 S.110: "No. XXII might be aptly termed a King's Tour; the King marches down and up the board, and is finally mated on the square from which it set out. We believe a Black Pawn is omitted on Q R 4 [d4]; our readers must supply it."
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Genre: n#
Computer test: O. Jenkner: Gustav 4.0
Reprints: 22 Recreationist 07/1873
Input: Mario Richter, 2017-9-30
Last update: Olaf Jenkner, 2017-9-30 more...
32 - P1340422
Georges Emile Barbier

P1340422
(9+5)
#3
1. Le7! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Kxb4 2. Dxa3+ Kxa3 3. Sd3#
2. ... Ka5,Kb5 3. Dxa4#
1. ... d3 2. Dxd3+ Kxc6 3. Dd7#
2. ... Kxb4 3. Sb3#,Sb7#
1. ... Kxc6 2. Le8+ Kd5 3. Dg8#
1. ... bxc5 2. Db8+ Kxc6 3. b5#
2. ... Ka6 3. Db7#,Lc4#
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'Recreationist' (10/1873 S.126): "Since printing Problem XXXVI. the author has sent an amendment to it, viz., by removing the White Pawn on Q B 6, and placing the bishop at K Kt 5 on K R 4. We are sorry the correction came to late for the diagram.
Diese "Korrektur" führt aber zu gleich 2 NLs: 1. De5! und Sd7! (s. P1340423)
Henrik Juel: typo: stipulation should be #3, not 5
C+ by Popeye 4.61, except for the two mate duals indicated (2017-9-30)
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Genre: 3#
Reprints: 36 Recreationist 25/10/1873
Input: Mario Richter, 2017-9-30
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2017-9-30 more...
33 - P1340423
Georges Emile Barbier
Westminster Papers , p. 155ff, 12/1873
P1340423
(8+5) cooked
#3
1. Le7! (Zugzwang)
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Cook: Co-NLs
1. De5! (Zugzwang)
1. Sd7!
Version zu P1340422, in den 'WP' innerhalb eines Artikels Barbiers zu Kompositionstechniken
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Genre: 3#
Reprints: 36v Recreationist 25/10/1873
Input: Mario Richter, 2017-9-30
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2017-9-30 more...
34 - P1340454
Georges Emile Barbier

P1340454
(5+1) C+
#5
1. Sd7! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Kd5 2. Sb8 Kd4 3. Sa6 Kd5 4. Sb4+ Kd4 5. c3#
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Keywords: Rex solus (Schwarz)
Genre: n#
Computer test: Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61 (2017-10-1)
Reprints: 43 Recreationist 25/12/1873
Input: Mario Richter, 2017-9-30
Last update: Erich Bartel, 2017-10-1 more...
35 - P1354241
Georges Emile Barbier
44 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 613, 07/03/1873
P1354241
(6+6) cooked
#3
1. Da4! droht 2. Da8#
1. ... dxe6 2. Dxe8#
1. ... Kb8 2. Da7+ Kc8 3. Da8#, 3. Dc7#
Dual 2. Da6 ... 3. Db7#
1. ... Kd8 2. e7+ Kxe7 3. Dh4#
2. ... Kc8 3. Da8#
2. ... Lxe7 3. Da8#
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Cook: Dual

Genre: 3#
Computer test: Popeye Windows-64Bit v4.69 (4460 MB)
Input: Martin Ramsauer, 2018-8-24
Last update: Martin Ramsauer, 2018-8-24 more...
36 - P1354300
Georges Emile Barbier
84 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 518, 01/08/1873
P1354300
(11+6) C+
#3
1. Lh1! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Lb1,Lxb3 2. Ta7#
1. ... g2 2. Dg1 Lb1,Lxb3 3. Ta7#
2. ... gxh1=D,S,T,L 3. Dg7#
2. ... c4 3. Da7#
2. ... d5 3. Dxc5#
1. ... gxh2 2. Df2 Lb1,Lxb3 3. Ta7#
2. ... c4 3. Da7#
2. ... d5 3. Dxc5#
1. ... c4 2. Dg1 droht 3. Da7#
2. ... d5 3. Dc5#
1. ... d5 2. Dc1 droht 3. Dxc5#
2. ... c4 3. Da3#
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Keywords: Linienöffnung
Genre: 3#
Computer test: Popeye Windows-64Bit v4.69 (4431 MB)
Input: Martin Ramsauer, 2018-8-24
Last update: Martin Ramsauer, 2018-8-24 more...
37 - P1354466
Georges Emile Barbier
106 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 150, 24/10/1873
P1354466
(6+2) C+
#2
1. Df5! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Kxe2 2. Sh2#
1. ... Kc1 2. Db1#
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Keywords: Abzugsmatt, Flight giving key, Miniature
Genre: 2#
Computer test: Popeye Windows-64Bit v4.69 (5844 MB)
Input: Martin Ramsauer, 2018-8-25
Last update: Martin Ramsauer, 2018-8-25 more...
38 - P1354489
Georges Emile Barbier
134 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 599, 27/02/1874
P1354489
(5+2) C+
#3
1. Tf5! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Kd7 2. Lb7 Kxe6 3. Lc8#
2. ... Ke8 3. Lc6#
1. ... Kb8 2. Tf8+ Ka7 3. Ta8#
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Keywords: Miniature
Genre: 3#
Computer test: Popeye Windows-64Bit v4.69 (5898 MB)
Input: Martin Ramsauer, 2018-8-26
Last update: Martin Ramsauer, 2018-8-26 more...
39 - P1354556
Georges Emile Barbier
190 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 81, 02/10/1874
P1354556
(6+6) C+
#2
1. Da5! Kxg6 2. Sh4#
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Genre: 2#
Computer test: Popeye Windows-64Bit v4.69 (4137 MB)
Input: Martin Ramsauer, 2018-8-28
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40 - P1354668
Georges Emile Barbier
277 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 108, 08/10/1875
P1354668
(4+4) C+
#4
1. Te7! (Zugzwang)
1. ... g4 2. Se6 g5 3. Sf8 ... 4. Th7#
2. ... Kh5 3. Th7#
1. ... Kh7 2. Sf5+ Kg8 3. Te8+ Kf7 4. Sd6#
3. ... Kh7 4. Th8#
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Genre: n#
Computer test: Popeye Windows-64Bit v4.69 (5096 MB)
Input: Martin Ramsauer, 2018-8-30
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41 - P1354706
Georges Emile Barbier
281 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 159, 22/10/1875
P1354706
(5+3) C+
#2
1. Dh8! droht 2. Dc3#
1. ... Kxf3 2. Dh3#
1. ... exf3 2. Dd4#
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Korrigierte Version (vgl. Heft 553, 29/10/1875, S. 185). Im Originaldiagramm steht auf d2 ein wS.

Genre: 2#
Computer test: Popeye Windows-64Bit v4.69 (4679 MB)
Input: Martin Ramsauer, 2018-8-30
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