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1 - P0000198
Wolfgang Dittmann
Thomas Kolkmayer

7170 Die Schwalbe 126 12/1990
P0000198
(12+12) cooked
KBP in 16.5, Stellung nach dem 17. Zug von Weiß.
Auf welchem Feld wurde die weiße Dame geschlagen?
Duellantenschach
b) Bg4 nach g2
c) Be7 nach g5
a) 1. Sc3 Sf6 2. Se4 Sd5 3. Sd6+ cxd6 4. Sf3 Sb4 5. Sd4 Sd3+ 6. cxd3 Sc6 7. Dc2 Sa5 8. Dxc8 Sb3 9. Dc4 Sxc1 10. Db3! Sxb3 11. Se6 Sd4 12. Sf4 Sf3+ 13. exf3 Da5 14. g4 Dg5 15. Sd5 Df6 16. Sxf6+ gxf6 17. b4
b) 1. Sc3 Sf6 2. Sa4 Sd5 3. Sb6 Sf6 4. Sxc8 Sd5 5. Sd6+ cxd6 6. Sf3 Sb4 7. Sd4 Sd3+ 8. cxd3 Sc6 9. Se6 Sd4 10. Sf4 Sf3+ 11. exf3 Da5 12. Da4! Dxa4 13. b3 Db4 14. Lb2 Dxf4 15. Lc3 Df6 16. Lxf6 gxf6 17. b4
c) 1. g4 g5 2. Sc3 Sh6 3. Se4 Sf5 4. Sf6+ exf6 5. Sh3 Sd4 6. Sf4 Sf3+ 7. exf3 Sc6 8. Sd5 Sa5 9. Sb6 Sb3 10. Sxc8 Sxc1 11. Sd6+ cxd6 12. De2+! Sxe2 13. b3 Sc1 14. b4 Sd3+ 15. cxd3 De7+ 16. Kd1 De1+ 17. Kxe1
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Cook: a) Dualistisch ab 7. Zug:
1. Sc3 Sf6 2. Se4 Sd5 3. Sd6+ cxd6 4. Sf3 Sb4 5. Sd4 Sd3+ 6. cxd3 Sc6 7. Se6 Sd4 8. Sf4 Sf3+ 9. exf3 Db6 10. b4 Db5 11. De2 Dc6 12. Dd1 Dxc1 13. Dxc1 Tb8! 14. Dxc8+ Txc8 15. Sd5 Ta8 16. Sf6+ gxf6 17. g4 (G. Wilts)
paul: b)1.Sc3 Sa6 2.Sb5 Sb4 3.Sd4 Sd3+ 4.cxd3 Sf6 5.Sf5 Sd5 6.Sd6+ cxd6 7.Sh3 Sb4 8.Sf4 Sc2+ 9.Qxc2 Qc7 10.Qb3 Qxc1+ 11.Qd1 Qc6 12.Qc2 Qf3 13.Qxc8+! Rxc8 14.exf3 Rd8 15.Sh5 Ra8 16.Sf6+ gxf6 17.b4 (Jacobi). So, wQ could be taken at c8. (2018-9-18)
paul: c)The position could be obtained even faster: 1.Sc3 Sh6 2.Se4 Sf5 3.Sf6+ exf6 4.Sh3 Sd4 5.Sf4 Sf3+ 6.exf3 g6 7.g4 g5 8.Sg6 Qe7+ 9.Sxe7 Sc6 10.Sxc8 Sd4 11.Sd6+ cxd6 12.Qe2+ Sxe2 13.b3 Sxc1 14.b4 Sd3+ 15.cxd3.(Jacobi) (2018-9-18)
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Keywords: Castling (wgsg), Single Combat, Where was piece x captured?, Unique Proof Game
Genre: Retro, Fairies
Input: Gerd Wilts, 1995-6-3
Last update: A.Buchanan, 2018-2-7 more...
2 - P0000849
Gerd Rinder
184 Die Schwalbe 4 04/1970
P0000849
(2+16)
#2 (RV)
1. Dxg7 oder 1. Dc7
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Eine der beiden schwarzen Rochaden ist unmöglich, da entweder wBa2 oder wBh2 auf a8/h8 umgewandelt haben müssen, um als Schlagobjekt zur Verfügung zu stehen.
Sally: °
Das Diagramm zeigt zwei Problemstellungen,eine mit zulässiger
s0-0. Die gesamte schwarze Mannschaft steht auf dem Brett. Die
sBB schlugen von rechts nach links 12 mal, dazu axb = 1,
zusammen 13 mal. Weiß vermisst zwar 14 Steine. doch konnten seine Randbauern nicht von den sBB geschlagen werden. Einer davon müsste sich umwandeln, um als Schlagobjekt dienen zu können, der andere fiel duech eine schwarze Figur. So wurde die s0-0 bei Umwandlung des wBh verwirkt (Stellung a), die
s0-0-0 bei Umwamdlung des wB5b (Stellung b). Jeweils eine Rochade bleibt zulässig.
a) 1. Dc7! (2. De7#) - Kf8, 2. Df7#.
.. 1. - Lf8,2. Dd7#; 0-0 unzulässig!
b) 1. Dxg7!(2. De7#) - Kd8, 2. Dd7#.
.. 1. - Th7,2. Dg8#; 0-0-0 unzulässig. (2018-8-29)
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Keywords: Castling (sksg), Retro variants (RV, pRA)
Genre: Retro
Reprints: Problem 148-151 11/1972
D19 feenschach 27, p. 27, 04/1975
Input: Gerd Wilts, 1995-6-3
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-7 more...
3 - P0002051
Frideswide F. Rowland
Chess Fruits 1884
P0002051
(15+10)
Nehme 3 Einzelzüge zurück, dann #2 durch Weiß.
Weiß am Zug.
R: 1. ... 0-0 2. Ld5-a8 b7-b6, dann 1. ... Txh8+ Kd7 2. Dxc7#
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One of the best tests for thoroughly understanding problems of this class is to play a game up to the position. If the solver succeeds in doing so he will find that he has made the moves which are to be retracted, as such must be made to arrive at the position.
A better way is to give the problem an analytical examination, count the numer of captures made on either side, and note where each of the men played from, when and how they played, was it by capturing or otherwise. In the above problem we note that White lost a R only, which must have been captured by Black's KP [e7xf6], as its position shows that it made a capture. Black lost six men, the number off the board. His QP at Q7 [sBd2] did not play from B6 [c3xd2?] ass it made no capture, and consequently could not have moved last, neither could his QKtP [sBb7] or KP [sBe7], otherwise White's Bs could not be where they are. His KRP [sBh7] is off the board - our analysis will presently account for how it was captured. It is obvious that his R at R3 [sTa6] could not have played last, neither could R at RBsq [sTf8], as then the White K would have been in check, and it is not allowable to suppose that it remained in check.
Now the question is, Could Black's last move have been K from Rsq to Ktsq [sKh8-g8], moving from a check given by the R? This, we find on a further analysis, could not be, as the White R did not capture Black's KRP, consequently it could not have given check at the square it stands on. None of the White's pieces made a capture, the men were taken by his Pawns only, QP at QR5 [wBd2xc3xb4xa5] took three, and KP, KBP, and KRP took one each [wBe2xd3,wBf2xe3,wBh2xg3], none of them could have taken a P, consequently it follows that six Black pieces off the board were captured. There are only five Black pieces off the board, also a P, that P is Black's KRP [sBh7], which moved down the file to R8 [h1], was promoted to a Piece, and duly captured.
After all this we find that there is only one possible move Black could have made on his last, and that was Castles, this we accordingly retract. Having retracted it, we look to see what move White could have played for his last. All his men appear to be free, that is, not confined as Black's are, and it may appear difficult to determine what his last move was. In this case we look to see what Black's second last move could have been.
He did not play K or KR [sTh8] as he was able to castle after, neither could he have played QR or QP [sTa6,sBd2], it is also obvious that he did not play KPxR [sBe7xTf6], in consequence of the B at Q8 [wLd8 (außerdem auch, weil sonst der sLf8 als Schlagobjekt fehlt)], but if the B at QR8 [wLa8] were not there he could have played P to Kt3 [sBb7-b6]; consequently to allow of this second last move of Black's, White must retract a move made with his KB. There is only one square it could have played from and that is Q5. Therefore B at Q5 to R8 [wLd5-a8] was White's last move, and P at QKt2 to Kt3 [sBb7-b6] was Black's second last move.
White for his last move could not have made a capture with any of his Ps as Kts stand behind QP and KBP, the KP played early in the game to allow KB to play out, and KRP did likewise to allow Black's RP to play to R8.
The conditions of the problem do not ask for more than two of Black's moves to be retracted, yet the solver could demonsterate what his third last move was, viz., R to R3 [sT-a6].
On word as to the line of play leading up to the position. It may be considered very bad play, and it would be such were it played as a game, burt no matter how improbable the line of play may be, as long as the moves are possible they are sufficient to prove that the position can be arrived at and consequently sound.
Having retracted the moves in the problem [1. ... 0-0 2. Ld5-a8 b7-b6] we give, White mates by 1 RxRch, I K to Q2, 2 QxBP mate.
Frideswide F. Rowland in 'illustrated Science Monthly': "Retraction Problems take the form of end games in which one or more moves are to be retracted prior to playing to effect the required mate. There are two classes, which we will term legal and illegal. In the former the position is constructed in strict conformity with the laws of the game, and proof is shown that the moves to be retracted are those which have been actually made. Problems of this class are, as a rule, most ingenoiusly set, instructive to the solver, and worthy of more attention than is given to themby the composer. There is some difficulty in their construction which may perhaps be the cause of their not being more frequently composed.
In the latter class the move to be retracted may be any, according to the whim of the composern, which will allow of the mate which follows it. There is no proof to show what the last move was, it is left with the solver to assume that the move to be taken back was the one made. These problems are neither ingenious nor abstruse, and very much inferior to all other classes. They are constructed by simply setting up an ordinary direct mate position and misplacing one of the men, the replacing of which constitutes the retraction. If the conditions of such a problem is 'Retract White´s last move and then White to play and mate', it simply means White is to make two moves in succession. We dismiss this class as one unworthy of further attention and give our solvers an illustration of the legal Retraction Problem."
Henrik Juel: -1... 0-0 -2.Ld5 b6, 1.Txh8+ Kd7 2.Dxc7#, although Black has the move! (2004-3-8)
A.Buchanan: Maybe the idea was that by moving b6, Black was playing out of turn and the error when detected later had to be unwound. Black’s prior move had to have been R-a6 from somewhere. (2018-8-29)
A.Buchanan: Her remarks about retractor types are surprisingly direct. Mrs Baird wouldn’t have been too pleased to read that! (2018-8-30)
Henrik Juel: Andrew, on your first comment:
I believe that Frideswide just did not care about irregular move order, which is surprising in view of her 'modern' view on retro problems
On your second comment:
Yes, apparently there was no love lost between the two women; Frideswide was the better analyst, but Mrs. B managed to produce the beautiful Twentieth Century Retractor (I have seen the book) (2018-8-30)
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Keywords: Castling in the retro play (sk), Help retractor
Genre: Retro
Reprints: Illustrated Science Monthly , p. 223, 06/1885
29B Retrograde Analysis 1915
Input: Gerd Wilts, 1995-6-3
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-7 more...
4 - P0002070
Joseph C. J. Wainwright
American Chess Bulletin 04/1912
P0002070
(7+2) C+
#3
1. b4+? Kb1 2. Lb3 Ka1 3. 0-0?
1. Lb3! Kb1 2. Kd1 Ka1 3. Kc2#
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Martin Ramsauer: Reprint: Schach-Echo 08/1936, Umschlag-Innenseite (Artikel "Die Scheinlösung" von Emil Ramin) (2018-8-23)
Henrik Juel: Kc1 entered via d2 or e1, so White may not castle
1.Lb3 Kb1 2.0-0?
C+ by Popeye 4.61 (2018-8-23)
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Keywords: Cant Castler, Castling (wk)
Genre: Retro
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Reprints: 40 Retrograde Analysis 1915
Schach-Echo 08/1936
2 L'Echiquier de Paris 01/1956
RA7 diagrammes 13 02/1975
Input: Gerd Wilts, 1995-6-3
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-11 more...
5 - P0002206
Samuel Loyd
Le Sphinx 10, p. 145, 01/10/1866
P0002206
(16+16)
#4
Schwarz kopiert die weißen Züge
3 Lösungen
1) 1. c4 c5 2. Da4 Da5 3. Dc6 Dc3 4. Dxc8#
2) 1. d4 d5 2. Dd3 Dd6 3. Df5 Df4 4. Dxc8#
3) 1. d4 d5 2. Dd3 Dd6 3. Dh3 Dh6 4. Dxc8#
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Als Schachgedicht "Loyd und der Pigeon" von C. Kupffer im Deutschen Wochenschach 24.11.1907 (Quelle: Sam Loyd und seine Schachaufgaben, 1926, S. 469)

Loyds englische Formulierung der Forderung: "If both parties make the same moves, how can the first player mate in four moves?"

in 'Ruy Lopez' abgedruckt in der Rubrik "Partidas de fantasia"

Originalabdruck in 'Le Sphinx' in der Rubrik: "Questions du Sphinx" mit folgendem Text:
"Deux joueurs sont en présence et se disposent à commencer une partie. Celui qui les Noirs ne connaît rien du jeu; mais, après s'être donné comme très-fort, il n'a pu se dispenser d'accepter le défi. Il s'est dit en lui-même qu'il lui suffirait, pour se tirer dèmbarras, de copier exactement tous les couops de son adversaire. Le joueur qui a les Blancs, ayant flairé le manége, jouen en conséquence et donne le mat au quattrième coup.
Comment, les Blancs ayant le trait et les Noirs jouant les mêmes trois premiers coups que leur adversaire, celui-ci peut-il obtenir le mat en quatre coups?"
Frank Müller: Im American Chess Journal 1876, Seite 48, wird nur die Lösung mit 1. c4 genannt. (2015-2-23)
Henrik Juel: The third solution is similar to the first, so they are probably a sort of cooks, later promoted to solutions.
1. d4 d5 2. Dd3 Dd6 3. Dh3 Dh6 4. Dxc8# (2015-2-23)
Henrik Juel: After the re-numbering it is solutions 2) and 3) that look like cooks (2015-2-23)
A.Buchanan: I don't think this is a fairy: I think it's just a conditional problem. If it was a fairy, then it would be cooked by e.g. 1. Sa3 Sa6 2. Sb5 Sb4 3. Sc7# since Black cannot continue to imitate White. (2018-9-2)
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Keywords: Conditional problem, Construction task
Genre: n#
Reprints: American Chess Journal , p. 18, 15/06/1876
333 Chess Strategy [Loyd] , p. 174, 1878
Ruy Lopez 3 03/1897
Deutsches Wochenschach , p. 418, 24/11/1907
61-I Sam Loyd and his Chess Problems , p. 58, 1913
61/I Sam Loyd und seine Schachaufgaben 1926
feenschach 46, p. 81, 04-06/1979
K166 Problemkiste (94) 08/1994
Input: Gerd Wilts, 1995-6-3
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6 - P0002212
Anders Olson
7817 Springaren 57 06/1994
P0002212
(0+1)
h-retro-#2
Circe
b) wKg4, sKg1
c) wKb1, sKg6
d) wKe1, sKg7, sBf7
e) wKf8, wBh4, sKg6
A.Buchanan: There are today 1050 Circe problems in PDB which are not marked as fairies! Most are retros, and some poor person has already spent time and energy entering them under the mistaken assumption that a problem can only have 1 genre. And this is just 1 fairy condition. There is no point in us fixing them one by one because if Gerd ever returned to active maintenance of the site, he could fix the whole issue in a few minutes. Very frustrating. PDB is a great system but has a huge data quality issue. (2018-9-20)
Henrik Juel: This problem has the added difficulty that it is unclear what is expected by the solver
Possibly, in part a), the first white 'retraction' is just the addition of the white king somewhere (2018-9-20)
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Keywords: Help retractor, Circe, only Kings
Genre: Retro
Input: Gerd Wilts, 1995-6-3
Last update: Frank Müller, 2009-10-7 more...
7 - P0002691
Per Olin
Suomen Tehtäväniekat 15/01/1992
P0002691
(1+1)
Ergänze 4 Bauern zu einem IC!
Wieviele Lösungen?

Typ 1: Dreieck wBa2-a4-c2: 3*12+5=41,
Typ 2: Dreieck wBd2-e2-e3-f2: 10-3=7,
Typ 3: Dreieck wBc4b3c3d3: 2*8=16.
Summe=41+7+16=64!
Per Olin: As published, the Black king was on d5. The problem was
dedicated to the Chess Day of Finnish Chess Federation 15 January 1992.

The solution as given by the composer:

There are three types of solutions.

Type 1) on the six squares triangle a2, a4 and c2 four white pawns can be placed in 15 different ways. Three out of these do not comply with the stipulation, e.g. pawns a2, a3, b2 and c2 is still illegal after removal of c2. Fulfilling the stipulation are 15 - 3 = 12 positions. Mirroring the positions is possible, as well as a similar arrangement of black pawns in NW corner. In the NE corner the white king decreases the amount of solutions to 5. Total of Type 1 is 3 x 12 + 5 = 41.

Type 2) Positions type white pawns d2, e2, e3 and f2 are, including Black's corresponding ones and excluding those included in type 1, altogether 7.

Type 3) A checking white pawn on c4 or e4, whose all starting squares are occupied. The occupying pawns can be 8 combinations of different colors. This gives 2 x 8 positions.

The total of Types 1 - 3 is 41 + 7 + 16 = 64. (2018-8-29)
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Keywords: Illegal cluster, only Kings
Genre: Retro
Input: Gerd Wilts, 1995-6-3
Last update: A.Buchanan, 2018-8-29 more...
8 - P0004299
Luis Alberto Garaza
(30) Problem 73-78 06/1961
1.-2. Preis e.a.
P0004299
(12+11)
#3
Längstzüger
31. TT
Henrik Juel: 1.0-0 Ta4 2.Ta1 Ta8 3.Txa8#
C+ by Popeye 4.61
But the real content is probably a proofgame showing how the position could be reached with the maximummer condition in effect throughout (2018-9-23)
Henrik Juel: The magazine issue can be downloaded as
http://problem64.beda.cz/silo/problem_73-78_1961.pdf
On p.39 in solution 30 a proof game in 171.0 moves is given
but I have not checked it (yet) (2018-9-24)
Henrik Juel: The given proof game seems OK, albeit with several typos
The main critical positions are:
after 74.Da1
k6s/1s1ppppp/1p1p2l1/pS1LPt1t/1P3L1P/1PPT4/3P1PP1/D3K2T (15+14)
Here the black knights are controlled as are the other black officers, allowing black pawn captures and the surprising 79... a1=T
after 127.Ld5
1Dsk3s/3ppppp/1p4l1/3LTt1t/1P3ptP/1PP2PS1/3P2P1/4K2T (13+14)
Now the black king can move to g8, after he has been helping out on the board, and we see the need for three black rooks as [Th1] is unavailable
after 151.Dc8
2D1s1k1/3ppppp/1p5s/3LTtt1/1P3PtP/1PP3p1/3P2P1/4K2T (12+13)
Now we can get the black king all the way to h8, and the rest is rather easy... (2018-9-24)
hans: 1. a3 Nc6 2. e3 Ne5 3. Nh3 Ng6 4. Nc3 Nh4 5. Nb5 Ng6 6. Nd6+ cxd6 7. Nf4 Qa5 8. Ne6 Qh5 9. Nc7+ Kd8 10. Na6 Qa5 11. Nb4 Qh5 12. Nc6+ Kc7 13. Qg4 Qa5 14. Qc4 Qh5 15. Ne5+ Kb6 16. Nf3 Qa5 17. Qb3+ Qb4 18. axb4 Ne5 19. Qa3 Nf6
20. Qa6+ Kc7 21. Nh4 Nc6 22. Ng6 Nb8 23. Be2 Ng4 24. Bf3 Ne5 25. Qa5+ b6 26. Qb5 Ba6 27. Bb7 Nc4 28. Nxf8 Ne5 29. h4 Nc4 30. Ng6 Rc8 31. Nf4 Rh8 32. Qf5 Rc8 33. Nd5+ Kd8 34. Nf6 Rc5 35. Qf4 Rh5 36. Qf5 Nc6 37. b3 Nd4 38. Bb2
Ne2 39. Be5 Na5 40. Bf4 Bd3 41. Qe5 Bg6 42. Qf5 Nc4 43. c3 Nd4 44. Ng4 Ne6 45. Ne5 Ng5 46. Nc6+ Kc7 47. Nd4 Rh8 48. Nb5+ Kb8 49. Nc7 Rc8 50. Ne8 Rc5 51. Qe4 Rf5 52. Qb1 Ra5 53. Qc1 Bb1 54. Qc2 Rf5 55. Bd5 Ne5 56. Qb2 Ng6 57. Qc2 Nh8 58. Bc4 Ra5 59. Qb2 Bg6 60. Bd3 Rf5 61. e4 Ra5 62. Nc7 Rf5 63. e5 Ne6 64. Na6+ Ka8 65. Bc4 Nd8 66. Ra5 Ne6 67. Rd5 Nd8 68. Rd3 Ne6 69. Nb8 Nd8 70. Nc6 Ne6 71. Nd4 Nd8 72. Nb5 Nb7 73. Bd5 a5 74. Qa1 dxe5 75. Re3 exf4 76. Re5 a4 77. Qa2 a3 78. Qb1 a2 79. Qd1 a1=R 80. Nc7+ Kb8 81. Nb5 Ra8 82. Nd4 Ra1 83. Nc6+ Kc7 84. Nd4 Ra8 85. Bc4 Ra1 86. Nc2 Ra8 87. Ba6 Rg8 88. Ne3 Ra8 89. Nd5+ Kd6 90. Qe2 Rg8 91. Qc4 Ra8 92. Re4 Rg8 93. Rd4 Ra8 94. Qc7+ Ke6 95. Qc4 Rg8 96. Qd3 Ra8 97. Nf6 Rg8 98. Ne8 Ra5 99. Nf6 Rag5
100. Qg3 Bb1 101. Rd3 Ra8 102. Qh3+ Rg4 103. Nd5 Rg8 104. Rd4 Bg6 105. Nc7+ Kf5 106. Ne8 Nc5 107. Qf3 Na4 108. Nc7 Ra8 109. Bc8 Ra5 110. Nb5 Ra8 111. Qd1 Ra5 112. Qa1 Ra8 113. Qa3 Ra5 114. Ba6 Nc5 115. f3 Ne6 116. Qa4 Ng5 117. Nd6+ Ke6 118. Ne4 Rf5 119. Rd5 Nh3 120. Ng3 Nf2 121. Re5+ Kd6 122. Qa5 Ne4 123. Qd5+ Kc7 124. Qb7+ Kd8 125. Bc4 Nd6 126. Qb8+ Nc8 127. Bd5 fxg3 128. f4 Ke8 129. Qa8 Kf8 130. Qb8 Kg8 131. Qd6 Na7 132. Qxg6 Nb5 133. Qc6 Nd6 134. Qa4 Ne8 135. Bb7 Nf6 136. Ba6 Ng6 137. Rd5 Nf8 138. Rd4 Ra5 139. Rc4 Rhb5 140. Rc5 Nh5 141. Qa3 Ne6 142. Qa4 Nd4 143. Qa3 Nf5 144. Qa4 Nh6 145. Rc4 Rbg5 146. Re4 Raf5 147. Re5 Nf6 148. Bc4 Ne8 149. Bd5 Nf6 150. Qa8+ Ne8 151. Qc8 Kh8 152. Qc6 Nc7 153. Qe6 Nb5 154. Qxf5 Na3 155. Qxg4 Nf5 156. Bb7 Nd6 157. Qe2 Ne4 158. Re6 Ra5 159. b5 Ra8 160. Bc8 Ra4 161. Ba6 Rd4 162. Qc4 Nd6 163. Re2 Ne4 164. Qb4 Nc4 165. Bb7 Ng5 166. Be4 Ne6 167. Bd3 Ng5 168. Qd6 Ne4 169. Qe6 Ng5 170. Qh3 Ne4 171. Qh2 Ne5 position (2018-9-24)
Henrik Juel: Thanks for supplying the intended proof game, Hans
It is remarkable what is possible with the max condition, but with the advent of unique proof games it has no longer much attraction, at least to me (2018-9-24)
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Keywords: Maximummer, Castling (wk)
Genre: Retro
Input: Gerd Wilts, 1995-6-3
9 - P0004300
Luis Alberto Garaza
(22) Problem 73-78 06/1961
3. Preis
P0004300
(8+10)
#3
Längstzüger
31. TT
Henrik Juel: 1.0-0 Sc6/Se6/Sf7 2.Tf8+/Txe6/Txf7
C+ by Popeye 4.61
But, like the previous problem, how could the position arise? (2018-9-23)
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Keywords: Maximummer, Castling (wk)
Genre: Retro
Input: Gerd Wilts, 1995-6-3
10 - P0500984
Herbert Grasemann
Deutsche Schachblätter 1950
Dem deutschen Schachmeister, -schriftsteller und Problemfreund Kurt Richter zum 50. Geburtstag gewidmet
2. Preis
P0500984
(4+8)
#6
1. Dh3+ Ke2 2. Df1+ Kxf1 3. Lh3+ Ke2 4. Lf1+ Kxf1 5. Sf5! Ta2 6. Sg3#
play all play one stop play next play all
ohne den wLf5 ginge sofort 1. Sf5 ... 2. Sg3#
Figuren-Kranz 3×3 d1f3
Erich Bartel: Nachdrucke:
1) Schach-Echo 1955.S.223.---
2) 50 Schach ohne Partner 1977.---
3) 300a Beispiele zur Ideengeschichte des Schachproblems 1982.---
4) feenschach (66) VIII 1983.--
5) 63 logische Phantasien 1986.---
6) 075 Kegelschach 1997.---
7) Die Schwalbe (176) IV 1999,S.64.---
8) Schach VII 1999,S.76.---
9) 1019 Minimalkunst im Schach 2006.---
10) VIII Die Schwalbe (225) VI 2007,S.137.--- (2007-6-18)
Steven Dowd: According to Murkisch, this problem is dedicated "Kurt Richter zum 50. Geburtstag." (2007-6-22)
Sally: 54 Das logische S. Problem.
S. 506 Schwalbe Juni 2008. (2010-4-13)
Sally: S. 26, Nr 23c Schwalben - Treff 90 ( W. E. Kuhn 1990). (2011-12-8)
Sally: Die Aufgabe wurde ferner in "Informal-Ringturnier" der Schwalbe 1950 mit dem 5. Preis ausgezeichnet.
Der Sh4 möchte auf g3 mattsetzen doch wird 1. Sf5?? durch den eigenen Läufer behindert,. Für beliebige Wegzüge des Läufers ist Schwarz zu stark. Dem räumenden Schachgebot :
1. Lh3+?? wiederum steht noch die eigene Dame im Wege. Also hinweg mut ihr, damit der Läufer folgen kann. (2018-9-22)
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Genre: n#
Reprints: 206 Volksstimme (Chemnitz) 15/09/1962
Schachsport (LVOOe) 17 03/02/1989
Input: Gerd Wilts, 1996-6-6
Last update: Mario Richter, 2016-9-19 more...
11 - P0509116
Eugene Albert
794 Sahovski Glasnik 05/1963
4. Preis
P0509116
(2+4) C+
h#8
1. Tg1 Lf3 2. T7g3 Lg4 3. Kb4 Kg5 4. Kc3 Kf4 5. Kd2 Lf3 6. Ke1 Ke3 7. Kf1 Kd2 8. T3g2 Le2#
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Keywords: Check Protection
Genre: h#
Computer test: Popeye C-Version 3.52 (2048 KB)
Reprints: 650 FIDE Album 1962-1964 1968
1174 Ideal-Mate Encyclopedia Vol.1 1999
Input: Markus Manhart, 1997-6-28
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-18 more...
12 - P0513103
Stanko Milenkovic
776 Sahovski Glasnik 02-03/1963
1. ehrende Ewähnung
P0513103
(3+3) C+
h#3
b) wLa6 nach a5
c) wLa6 nach a4
a) 1. Ld4+ Kc1 2. Tb3 Sc7+ 3. Kc3 Sd5#
b) 1. Lf4 Sc3 2. Kd4 Kb3 3. Le5 Lb6#
c) 1. Td1 Sd4 2. Kd3 Lb5+ 3. Kd2 Sf3#
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Keywords: Aristocrat
Genre: h#
Computer test: Popeye C-Version 3.52 (2048 KB)
Input: Markus Manhart, 1997-9-30
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-18 more...
13 - P0522763
Dmitry Banny
808 Sahovski Glasnik 07/1963
1. Lob
P0522763
(8+9) C+
h#3
1. Tb4 0-0 2. Lb3 cxb3 3. De2 Tf5#
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Keywords: Castling (wk), tempo play (d)
Genre: h#
Computer test: Popeye C-Version 3.47 (1024 KB)
Input: Markus Manhart, 1998-2-10
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-18 more...
14 - P0524424
Jozsef Korponai
1140 Sahovski Glasnik 12/1968
P0524424
(4+3) cooked
h#2*
* 1. ... Sg7 2. Sf4 Db2#
1. Ke6 Sg4 2. Sf7 Dc8#
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Cook: NL 1. Sxf6 Dxd6+ 2. Ke4 Sg3#
Adrian Storisteanu: Possible fix (all down, wK way up): Kb8 Qb7 Sf4 Sf5 / Ke4 Sd4 Sd5 (4+3) -- *1... Sg6 2.Sf3 Qb1#, 1.Ke5 Sg3 2.Sf6 Qc7#. (2015-9-25)
Harry Fougiaxis: Anticipated by P0536335 (2018-9-16)
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Keywords: Echo, Aristocrat
Genre: h#
Input: Markus Manhart, 1998-2-16
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2015-9-25 more...
15 - P0532636
Alexander Toger
827 Sahovski Glasnik 12/1963
2. ehrende Erwähnung
P0532636
(6+6) C+
h#2
b) sKh6 nach h7
a) 1. Kh7 Kf4 2. Tg8 Sg5#
b) 1. Kh6 Sf6 2. Tg5 Sg8#
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Keywords: Fesselungsspiel (224 202 202)
Genre: h#
Computer test: Popeye C-Version 3.47 (1024 KB)
Input: Markus Manhart, 1998-3-28
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-18 more...
16 - P0559795
Albert Hernitz
785 Sahovski Glasnik 04/1963
2. Lob
P0559795
(4+4) C+
h#3
1. Kc6 Lb8 2. Sc5 Sd6 3. Ld5 Se5#
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Keywords: Aristocrat
Genre: h#
Computer test: Popeye C-Version 3.52 (2048 KB)
Input: hpr, 1999-2-17
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-18 more...
17 - P1000021
Michel Caillaud
3251 Phénix 80 12/1999
Pascal Wassong gewidmet
P1000021
(11+10) C+
BP in 23,5
1. Sf3 g6 2. Se5 Lg7 3. Sxd7 Lc3 4. dxc3 h6 5. Lxh6 a6 6. Lf8 Txh2 7. Kd2 Th5 8. Ke3 Te5+ 9. Kf4 Txe2 10. Kg5 Txf2 11. Lxa6 Sf6 12. Lxb7 Txa2 13. Th8 Txb2 14. Ta8 Sa6 15. Sb8 Lh3 16. Sd2 Sg4 17. Se4 f5 18. Sf6+ Kf7 19. Sg8 Ke6 20. Kxg6 Ke5 21. Kf7 Dd5+ 22. Ke8 Da2 23. Dd8 Td2 24. Lc8
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Joost de Heer: Solution:
1. Nf3 g6 2. Ne5 Bg7 3. Nxd7 Bc3 4. dxc3 h6 5. Bxh6 a6 6. Bf8 Rxh2 7. Kd2
Rh5 8. Ke3 Re5+ 9. Kf4 Rxe2 10. Kg5 Rxf2 11. Bxa6 Nf6 12. Bxb7 Rxa2 13. Rh8
Rxb2 14. Ra8 Na6 15. Nb8 Bh3 16. Nd2 Ng4 17. Ne4 f5 18. Nf6+ Kf7 19. Ng8
Ke6 20. Kxg6 Ke5 21. Kf7 Qd5+ 22. Ke8 Qa2 23. Qd8 Rd2 24. Bc8
* (2002-4-21)
paul: Belfort theme. (2018-9-19)
Henrik Juel: I was a little suspicious about the C+ label, as no further details were furnished
But the proof game is indeed C+ by Euclide 1.01, and surprisingly the testing took only 2 minutes, with the solution being found in half a minute (2018-9-19)
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Keywords: Unique Proof Game, Ornament
Genre: Retro
Input: Gerd Wilts, 2000-7-31
Last update: Gerd Wilts, 2004-7-5 more...
18 - P1004039
Michel Caillaud
3653 Phénix 95 04/2001
P1004039
(15+12)
BP in 18,0
Multicapture Chess
1. Sf3 d5 2. Se5 Dd6 3. Sg4 Da3 4. bxa3 a5 5. Sc3 Ta6 6. Se4 Tf6 7. Sexf6 Sh6 8. e4 Sf5 9. Sh6 Tg8 10. Shxg8 Le6 11. Sd7 Sh6 12. Sc5 Sd7 13. Lb5 Sf6 14. d3 Shxg8 15. Kd2 Sd7 16. Lxd7 Sf6 17. Lc8 Sd7 18. Sb3 Sb8
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paul: The last 9 moves checked by Jacobi. (2018-9-19)
Henrik Juel: In Multicapture Chess a capture is possible only if the man to be captured is threatened by (at least) two enemy men; as a check is a threat to capture a king, checks are redefined similarly
Here we need white knights on both f6 and h6 to capture [Th8] on g8, Sf6 not checking; and Lb5xSd7-c8 is possible without the black king moving away (2018-9-19)
Mario Richter: Using Henrik's observation regarding the capture of black rook h8, we can completely determine the nature of all white moves:
to get wSb1+g1 to f6 and g6 requires 7 moves, capturing sTg8 another move, and to get one wS to b3 3 more moves - this determines already 11 moves.
The remaing 7 moves are necessary for:
- 1 b2xa3
- 1 d2-d3
- 1 e2-e4
- 1 Ke1-d2
- 3 Lf1-*-*-c8
Since the wS who captured the black rook on g8 didn't leave this square, similiar thoughts might be executed with respect to the Story of the black Knights ... (2018-9-21)
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Keywords: Unique Proof Game, Multicapture Chess
Genre: Retro, Fairies
Input: Gerd Wilts, 2002-4-5
Last update: A.Buchanan, 2014-5-20 more...
19 - P1014401
Aleksandr Azhusin
13639 Ideal-Mate Review 04-06/2003
P1014401
(8+2) cooked
s#11
1. Sd4 Ka3! 2. Sc2+ Ka2 3. Sb7 Kb3 4. Sd6 Ka2 5. Se4 Kb3 6. Sd2+ Ka2 7. Le6 fxe6 8. De5 exd5 9. Dd4 dxc4 10. Db6 c3 11. Db2+ cxb2#
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Korrektur der P1014306
Cook: 1. Sc6 Kb3 2. Dc3+ Ka2,Ka4 3. Kd2 f5 4. Ke1 f4 5. Lh3 f3 6. Da1+ Kb3 7. Sd4+ Kxc4 8. Dc1+ Kxd5 9. Sb3+ Ke4 10. Dc4+ Ke3 11. Lf1 f2#
3. ... f6 4. Se7 f5 5. Sg6 f4 6. Da1+ Kb3 7. Da3+ Kxc4 8. Sc3 Kd4,f3 9. Lb5 f3,Kd4 10. Ke1 Ke3 11. Lf1 f2#
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Keywords: Ideal mate
Genre: s#
Input: Frank Müller, 2004-5-1
Last update: Rainer Staudte, 2018-9-10 more...
20 - P1017683
Andrej N. Kornilow
171v Shakhmatnaya Kompozitsiya 38 2000
Preis
P1017683
(14+12) C+
#1
1. ... Kxc7 Dd8#
R: 1. Df7xDe8+ Dd8-e8 2. De8-f7 Tf7-g7 3. Lg7-f8 Tf8-f7 4. Df7-e8 Te8-f8 5. Df8-f7 Sf7-h6 6. Sh6-g8 Tg8-h8 7. Lh8-g7 Tg7-g8 8. Lg8-h7 Th7-g7 9. Lg7-h8 Sh8-f7 10. Df7-f8 Tf8-e8 11. De8-f7 Tf7-f8 12. Lf8-g7 Tg7-f7 13. Sf7-h6 Th6-h7 14. Lh7-g8 Tg8-g7 15. Lg7-f8 Tf8-g8 16. Lg8-h7 Th7-h6 17. Lh6-g7 Tg7-h7 18. Lh7-g8 Tg8-f8 19. Df8-e8 De8-d8 20. Sd8-f7 Tf7-g7 21. Dg7-f8 Tf8-f7 22. Df7-g7 Tg7-g8 23. Lg8-h7 Th7-g7 24. Dg7-f7 Tf7-f8 25. Df8-g7 Tg7-f7 26. Df7-f8 Df8-e8 27. De8-f7 Tf7-g7 28. Lg7-h6 Th6-h7 29. Lh7-g8 Dg8-f8 30. Lf8-g7 Dg7-g8 31. Lg8-h7 Dh7-g7 32. Lg7-f8 Tf8-f7 33. Df7-e8 Te8-f8 34. Df8-f7 Sf7-h8 35. Lh8-g7 Dg7-h7 36. Lh7-g8 Dg8-g7 37. Lg7-h8 Dh8-g8 38. Lg8-h7 Th7-h6 39. Lh6-g7 Tg7-h7 40. Lh7-g8 Tg8-g7 41. Lg7-h6 Sh6-f7 42. Sf7-d8 Td8-e8 43. De8-f8 Td7-d8 44. Sd8-f7+ Tf8-g8 45. Df7-e8 Sg8-h6 46. Lh6-g7 Te8-f8 47. Dg7-f7 Tf8-e8 48. Kf7-e6 Te8-f8+ 49. Se6-d8 Td8-d7 50. Sd4-e6 e6-e5
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98 Einzelzüge ohne Schlag. Die letzten 89 Einzelzüge sind eindeutig.
s.a. die Versionen P1300389 und P1300399
Henrik Juel: The formal stipulation is 'solved' by
0... Kxc7 1.Dd8# (2014-4-23)
Mario Richter: What program was used to confirm the correctness of the Problem? (2018-8-27)
Henrik Juel: I see 99 single moves without capture
And it seems that the last 97 single moves are determined; if not -45... Sg8, what else? (2018-8-27)
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Keywords: 50 move rule, Last Moves? (89), Sliding block puzzle
Genre: Retro
Reprints: RC/75 feenschach 192, p. 343, 03-04/2012
Input: Gerd Wilts, 2004-8-7
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-7 more...
21 - P1017735
Michael Schneider
938 Die Schwalbe , p. 390, 03/1930
1. Preis
P1017735
(9+7)
#2

BS Problemid: 2566
Authors: Schneider, Michael
Sources: FIDE Album (1914-1944) (I) 1971
Years: 1930
Felber, Volker: Die Schwalbe gibt 'Michael Schneider, Würzburg' an. (2018-9-11)
Felber, Volker: Beim Nachruf in der DSZ (03/1985) steht 'Michael Schneider, Schweinfurt' (2018-9-11)
Henrik Juel: Solution 1.Dd1 Zugzwang
1... e2/L~/Lxf5/Kxf5/d5/S~ 2.Dd3/Dg4/Sc3/Df3/Ld3/Sxd6#
C+ by Popeye 4.61 (2018-9-11)
Henrik Juel: Set play
1... e2/L~/Lxf5/d5/S~ 2.Sc3/Dg4/Dh1/Sc5/Sxf6# (2018-9-11)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (2566)
Genre: 2#
Reprints: 4837 Deutsche Schachzeitung , p. 111, 03/1985
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Felber, Volker, 2018-9-11 more...
22 - P1019015
Joseph Ney Babson
97 Chess Problems [Rayner] 1890
P1019015
(7+4) C+
s#3
1. Th2 b4 2. Tg2 b3 3. Lf2 b2#
1. Th2 bxc4 2. Tb3+ cxb3 3. Lf2 b2#
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BS Problemid: 3853
Authors: Babson, Joseph Ney
Sources: Les Mille et un Mats Inverses 1907
Years: 1881
Martin Ramsauer: Urdruck: Brentano's Chess Monthly, 1882
Reprint: 760, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 30/06/1882, S. 389 (2018-9-11)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (3853)
Genre: s#
Reprints: Les Mille et un Mats Inverses 1907
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Frank Müller, 2012-4-9 more...
23 - P1019975
James Crake
1144 Nuova Rivista degli Scacchi , p. 280, 10-11/1881
1. Preis
P1019975
(6+5) C+
#2
1. Lf5! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Kd6 2. Dd4#
1. ... Kxf5 2. Dd5#
1. ... d5 2. Df4#
1. ... d6 2. De4#
1. ... dxe6 2. Dc5#
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BS Problemid: 4815
Authors: Craik, J
Sources:
Years: 0000
4. Problemturnier der 'Nuova Rivista degli Scacchi', Einsendung Nr. 16, Motto: "Jeanie Deans" (Zuordnung Motto--Autor s. 'NRdSc' 01/1882,S.40: J. Crake, Hull, England)

Damenmatts auf fünf verschiedenen Feldern!

PR Gio. Batta. Valle ('Nuova Rev.', 12/1881, S.310): "Un gioiello! - Quanto sono graziosi i tre matti che scaturiscono dalle tre mosse di Pedone! - Quanta maestria in tanta semplicità! Il sacrificio d'un pezzo su due è assai brillante."
Martin Ramsauer: Quelle: Nuova Rivista degli Scacchi (wohl 1881/2; Motto: "Jeanie Deans")
Reprint: 732, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 10/02/1882, S. 555). Dort wird als Autor James Crake genannt.

1. Lf5!
1. ... Kd6 2. Dd4#
1. ... Kxf5 2. Dd5#
1. ... d5 2. Df4#
1. ... d6 2. De4#
1. ... dxe6 2. Dc5#

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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (4815)
Genre: 2#
Computer test: Henrik Juel (2018-9-10): C+ by Popeye 4.61
Reprints: 732 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 555, 10/02/1882
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Mario Richter, 2018-9-11 more...
24 - P1020079
Frank Healey
227 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 23, 19/03/1875
P1020079
(7+3) C+
#2
1. De7! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Kf4 2. Se2#
1. ... Lf4 2. Lh4#
1. ... Le5 2. Lxe5#
1. ... Ld6 2. Dxd6#
1. ... Lc7 2. Dxc7#
1. ... La7 2. Dd6#, 2. Dc7#, 2. Le5#
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Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61, except for trial afteer 1... La7 (2018-8-29)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (4919)
Genre: 2#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Reprints: 15 English Chess Problems 1876
67 Revista Musical (Braslilien) 30/10/1880
A Collection of 200 Chess Problems (1908) 1908
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-11 more...
25 - P1020434
John Ormerod Scarlett Thursby
407 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 490, 25/01/1878
P1020434
(8+5) C+
#2
1. Te4! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Sc1,Sb4 2. Sc3#
1. ... Sc3 2. Sxc3#
1. ... c4 2. Td4#
1. ... Kxe4 2. Dh1#
1. ... Lxa4,Lb5,Le8 2. De6#
1. ... Lh3,Lg4,Lf5,Lc8 2. Dc6#
1. ... Le6 2. Dxe6#
1. ... Lc6 2. Dxc6#, 2. De6#
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Cook: Mattdual
Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61 (except for minor dual after 1... Lc6) (2018-9-1)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (5277)
Genre: 2#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Reprints: 1 Seventy-Five Chess Problems 1883
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-14 more...
26 - P1020499
Robert Bownas Wormald
312 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 263, 19/05/1876
P1020499
(8+8) C+
#2
1. Da1! droht 2. Dg7#
1. ... Dxa1 2. Se1#
1. ... Df4 2. Sxf4#
1. ... Sxa1 2. Sa5#
1. ... Sd4,SC5 2. Sa5#
1. ... Lxc4,Lb5 2. Dxa7#
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (5342)
Genre: 2#
Computer test: Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61 (2018-8-31)
Reprints: 32 English Chess Problems 1876
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-13 more...
27 - P1021185
George Hume
Chess 1937
P1021185
(5+8)
#3

BS Problemid: 6036
Authors: Hume, George
Sources: BDS solved 2001
Years: 1937

Duplicate Diagram: P1355180

Martin Ramsauer: vgl. die Aufgabe von David Fawcett von 1882 (P1355180). Liegt hier ein Plagiat vor?

1. Td6! droht 2. Sxc7 f6 3. Te6#
1. ... cxd5 2. Tc6 d4 3. Txc5#
2. ... f6 3. Te6#
1. ... cxd6 2. Sf6 d5 3. Sd7#
1. ... f6 2. Txf6 Kxd5 3. Txf5#
2. ... cxd5 3. Te6# (2018-9-10)
Henrik Juel: Hume died in 1936, so this problem may have been composed many years earlier
C+ by Popeye 4.61 (2018-9-10)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (6036)
Genre: 3#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
28 - P1021926
George Nelson Cheney
177 American Chess-Nuts , p. 92, 1868
P1021926
(6+5) C+
#3
1. Th8! droht 2. Tg6#
1. ... Lxh8 2. Tg7 Lxg7 3. Le3#
1. ... Lg3+ 2. Kxe2 droht 3. Tg6#,Lg7#
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Sally: 1. Th8! - Lxh8, 2. Tg7 - Lxg7, 3. Le3#.
Schwarz - Weiße Einsperrung mit 2 Turmopfern.
271 Beispiele zur Ideengeschichte ( J. Breuer 1982) (2016-8-25)
Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61, except for a mate dual after 1... Lg3+ 2.Kxe2 (2016-8-25)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (6781), Turmopfer, blocking of a piece
Genre: 3#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Reprints: Enigma 19 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 372, 27/12/1872
19 Sammlung leichterer Schachaufgaben I 1881
8 John Bull 27/05/1903
271 Beispiele zur Ideengeschichte des Schachproblems 1982
3c-1475 2345 Chess Problems 1997
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-11 more...
29 - P1022010
William Timbrell Pierce
Chess Problems [Pierce] 1873
P1022010
(6+3) C+
#3
1. La8! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Kd7 2. b7 Kc6 3. b8=S#
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (6865), under-promotion (S), Umwandlung im Mattzug
Genre: 3#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Reprints: i.t. The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 546, 13/02/1874
194 English Chess Problems 1876
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-11 more...
30 - P1022073
John Ormerod Scarlett Thursby
411 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 588, 22/02/878
P1022073
(8+2) C+
#3
1. Sb8! droht 2. Dd4 ... 3. Dxf6#
1. ... Ke5 2. Lxf6+ Kf4 3. Df3#
2. ... Ke6 3. Dd5#
1. ... Ke7 2. Lxf6+ Kf8 3. Sd7#
2. ... Ke6 3. Dd5#
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (6928)
Genre: 3#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Reprints: 28 Seventy-Five Chess Problems 1883
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-14 more...
31 - P1022116
Silas Angas
? 1855
P1022116
(4+5)
#3
1. Dd1+! De2 2. Dxe2#
1. ... Dg4 2. Tf3 Dxf3 3. Dxf3#
2. ... Dh3 3. Tf5#, 3. Txh3#
2. ... Dxe6,Dg1,Dg2,Da4,Dc4,Dd4,De4,Dg5 3. Tf5#
2. ... Df5 3. Txf5#
2. ... Dg3 3. Tf5#, 3. Txg3#
2. ... Db4 3. Tf5#, 3. Tf4#
2. ... Df4 3. Txf4#
2. ... h3 3. Txh3#
2. ... g5 3. Sg7#
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Henrik Juel: Correct key by Popeye 4.61, but damaged by some mate duals (2018-8-24)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (6971), Battery creation, Checking key
Genre: 3#
Reprints: Enigma 20 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 398, 03/01/1873
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-11 more...
32 - P1022151
Vittorio de Barbieri
? 1925
P1022151
(8+5) C+
#3
1. Dh8 f5 2. Dxh6 Sg6,S~ 3. Lg2#
1. ... Sf7,S6~ 2. Sg4 droht 3. Sg3#
2. ... hxg4 3. Lg2#
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Duplicate Diagram: P1353935

Felber, Volker: Siehe dazu P1021665 ohne wBg7 (2011-8-9)
Martin Ramsauer: vgl. steingetreue Aufgabe von Friedrich Bethge in
Schach : Organ der Deutschen Schachgemeinschaft der NSG "Kraft durch Freude" 2/1937, S. 28 P1353935 (2018-8-18)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (7006)
Genre: 3#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-8-19 more...
33 - P1022254


1. Preis
P1022254
(6+7)
#2

BS Problemid: 7110
Authors: Atkinson, Walter
Sources: Canadian Chess Problems 1890
Years: 1880
Martin Ramsauer: Reprint: 614, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 03/12/1880. Als Quelle wird genannt: Canadian Spectator Tourney 1880; Autor (bzw. Nickname: Gemini)

1. Le5! droht 2. Db5#
1. ... Sxe5 2. Le4#
1. ... Kc6 2. Le4#
1. ... Kxe5 2. Tf5#
1. ... Txe5 2. Dc4#
1. ... Tc6 2. Dd4# (2018-9-7)
Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61 (2018-9-7)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (7110)
Genre: 2#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
34 - P1022269
George Hume
Changing Fashions 1925
2. Preis Set
P1022269
(8+8)
#2

BS Problemid: 7125
Authors: Hume, George
Sources: Changing Fashions 1925
Years: 1881
Martin Ramsauer: Quelle: 2. Preis Boys' News Problem Tourney 1881
Reprint: The English Mechanic and World of Science, 20/05/1881, S. 269

1. Tdf6!
1. ... La2,Lb3,Lxe2,La6,Lb5 2. Dc3#
1. ... Ld3 2. e3#
1. ... Tg1,Tg2,Tg3,Txg5 2. Tf4#
1. ... Te4 2. Se6#
1. ... Tf4 2. Txf4#
1. ... Sd3 2. T6f4#
1. ... Sxf3 2. Txf3#
1. ... Sg6+ 2. Txg6#
1. ... Sf7+ 2. Txf7#
1. ... Sd7 2. T6f4#
1. ... Sc6 2. Txc6#
1. ... b5 2. Dxa7#
1. ... a5,a6 2. Dxb6# (2018-9-8)
Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61 (2018-9-8)
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Genre: 2#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Frank Müller, 2012-9-7 more...
35 - P1022272
George Hume
Changing Fashions 1925
1. Preis Set
P1022272
(9+7)
#2

BS Problemid: 7128
Authors: Hume, George
Sources: Changing Fashions 1925
Years: 1881
Martin Ramsauer: Urdruck: 731, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 10/02/1882, p. 555

1. Td1!
1. ... Txd2 2. Txd2#
1. ... Ta3,Tb3 2. Lc3#
1. ... Tc3 2. Lxc3#
1. ... Td4 2. De6#
1. ... Th3,Tg3,Tf3 2. Le3#
1. ... Te3 2. Lxe3#
1. ... e3 2. Dxd3#
1. ... Kc4 2. Dxe4#
1. ... Kd4 2. Dxe4#
1. ... Kxd6 2. Dd7#
1. ... Lh4,L~ 2. Dxe4# (2018-9-10)
Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61 (2018-9-10)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (7128)
Genre: 2#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Frank Müller, 2012-9-7 more...
36 - P1022273
George Hume

1. Preis Set
P1022273
(11+10)
#2

BS Problemid: 7129
Authors: Hume, George
Sources: Changing Fashions 1925
Years: 1881
Martin Ramsauer: Urdruck: Boys Newspaper, 1881
Reprint: 730, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 03/02/1882, S. 531

1. Dd3!
1. ... Kxf2 2. Df1#
1. ... Kf4 2. Df5#
1. ... Txh3 2. Kxg5#
1. ... Ta5 2. Df5#
1. ... Tb8,Tb7,Tb6 2. Df5#
1. ... Txe5 2. Kxe5#
1. ... Td5,Tc5 2. Df5#
1. ... g4 2. Kg5#
1. ... d5,d6,dxc6 2. Ke6#
1. ... h5,h6 2. Kg6#
1. ... Lc5,Ld6 2. Kg7#
1. ... Le7+ 2. Kxe7#
1. ... Lh6 2. Ke7#
1. ... Lg7+ 2. Kxg7# (2018-9-9)
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Genre: 2#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
37 - P1022280
George Hume

P1022280
(5+4)
#2

BS Problemid: 7136
Authors: Hume, George
Sources: Changing Fashions 1925
Years: 1881
Martin Ramsauer: Urdruck: 674, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 01/07/1881, p. 414

1. Dc1! droht 2. Df4#
1. ... Kd4 2. De3#
1. ... Kf6 2. Dg5#
1. ... Kd6 2. Dc7#
1. ... Kf5 2. Dg5# (2018-9-8)
Henrik Juel: Key gives two flights
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Genre: 2#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
38 - P1022281
William A. Shinkman

P1022281
(7+4)
#2

BS Problemid: 7137
Authors: Shinkman, William A
Shinkman, HH
Sources: 2345 Chess Problems 1997
The Golden Argosy 1929
Years: 1881
Martin Ramsauer: Co-Autor (siehe oben): Henry H. Shinkman,
Urdruck: 684, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 05/08/1881, p. 534

1. Dc3! droht 2. d5#
1. ... Le1,Lf2,Lg3 2. g5#
1. ... Kxe6 2. Dc6# (2018-9-8)
Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61 (2018-9-8)
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Genre: 2#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
39 - P1027019
George Hume

P1027019
(7+7)
#2

BS Problemid: 11902
Authors: Hume, George
Sources: Changing Fashions 1925
Years: 1881
Martin Ramsauer: Urdruck: 665, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 03/06/1881, p. 16. Korrigierte Fassung (vgl. Heft 847 vom 17. Juni, S. 366). Im Originaldiagramm fehlt der sBh5, was eine Nebenlösung erlaubt.

1. Ld5!
1. ... Sd2,Se1,Sg1,Sh2,Sxh4,Sg5 2. Ld4#
1. ... Sd4 2. Lxd4#
1. ... Lh3 2. Te4#
1. ... Lxf5 2. Sf7#
1. ... exf5 2. Sf7#
1. ... exd5 2. Te8#
1. ... c5,c6 2. Lb8# (2018-9-8)
Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61 (2018-9-8)
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Genre: 2#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
40 - P1030325
Michael Keller
Thorsten Zirkwitz

StrateGems 2000
P1030325
(12+13)
#3

BS Problemid: 15226
Authors: Keller, Michael
Zirkwitz, Thorsten
Sources:
Years: 2000
Sally: °
1. fxe3! (2. Dxf6+ - gxf6, 3. e4#).
1. . - Sf2, 2. Lb 6-../Ld6/Txb6, 3. Lxe6#/Dxd6#/Sxb6#.
1. . - Lxd3,2. Lc5 -../Td6/Lxc5, 3. Se7#/Dxd6#/Txc5#.
1. - - f5,, 2. Sd4 -../Ld6/Td6/, 3. De5#/Lxe6#/Se7#.
1. . - e5,, 2. Dd6+ - Lxd5/Txd6, 3. Le6#/Se7#.
1. . - Ld6, 2. Lxe6+- Ke5, 3. Ld4#.
1. . - Td6, 2. Se7+ - Ke5, 3. Ld4#.
1. . - Te1, 2. dxc4+- Sxc4,3. Td3#.
( 1. - Lc5, 2. Lxc5 - Sc6, 3. Dd6#/Lxe6#/dxc4#)
Internal Dombrovskis; Grimshaw; Novotny. (2018-9-23)
Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61, except for a few mate duals (2018-9-23)
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Genre: 3#
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41 - P1030423
Heinrich Friedrich Ludwig Meyer
5 Jahrbuch des Westdeutschen Schachbundes 1863
1. ehrende Erwähnung
Rheinischer Congress Düsseldorf 1863
Sendung 16, Motto: 'Kunst und Tugend ziert die Jugend'.
P1030423
(5+4)
#3
1. Lh8! Ka7 2. Da1 Kb7 3. Dg7#
1. ... Kc7 2. Dc2+ Kb7 3. Dh7#
2. ... Kd7,Kd6 3. Dc6#
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Sally: Westdeutscher Schachbund 1863 (1862 ?)1. ehr. Erw.(2. Lob?) 1. Lh8! - Ka7, 2. Da1 - Kb7, 3. Dg7#.

1. - Kc7, 2. Dc2+ - Kb7, 3. Dh7#. Ein Meredith - Dreier
der eine meisterhafte und sparsame Darstellung des LD -Healeys ( Bristol Bahnung ). bietet. Die wertvolle Nebenvariante besticht durch die Parallelbewegung der wD. auf der Diagonalen c2 - h7. Nr. 299 Ideengeschichte (Breuer)
Nr. LVI Klassik pur (W. Böhrim´nger 2005).Nr. 159 Problemas
para gente sin problemas (R. Mayer 2003). (2012-2-8)
Felber, Volker: AZC gibt 'Rheinisches Problemturnier, 1864' an. (2014-11-2)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (15324), white Bristol
Genre: 3#
Reprints: 1645 Schachzeitung 10-11/1863
1008 Leipziger Illustrirte Zeitung 20/08/1864
Enigma 16 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 301, 06/12/1872
176 Schachprobleme [Klett] 1878
79 Sammlung leichterer Schachaufgaben III 1887
10 Novoe Vremya 20/05/1889
(C) Schweizerische Schachzeitung , p. 150, 09/1902
9 John Bull 03/06/1903
26 Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung 09/04/1921
94 Allgemeine Zeitung Chemnitz 16/05/1926
12 Ugunskurs 01/05/1938
299 Beispiele zur Ideengeschichte des Schachproblems 1982
200 Demanding Chess Puzzles 1996
3c-1472 2345 Chess Problems 1997
159 Problemas para gente sin problemas 2003
LVI Klassik pur! [Böhringer] 2005
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Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-10 more...
42 - 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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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...
43 - P1030524
Samuel Gold

P1030524
(7+3)
#3

BS Problemid: 15425
Authors: Gold, Samuel
Sources:
Years: 1872
Martin Ramsauer: Reprint: 648, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 01/04/1881, p. 100

1. Lc8! droht 2. Lb7#
1. ... Ke4 2. La6 Kf5 3. Ld3#
2. ... Kd5 3. Lb7#
1. ... Kc6 2. La6 Kd5 3. Lb7#
2. ... Kd7 3. Lb5#
2. ... Kb6 3. Te6# (2018-9-8)
Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61 (2018-9-8)
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Genre: 3#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
44 - P1030526
Frank Healey
Westminster Papers 1872
P1030526
(5+3) C+
#3
1. Tb8! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Sc1,Sc3 2. Tb4+ d4 3. Txd4#
1. ... Sb4 2. Txb4+ d4 3. Txd4#
1. ... Kf4 2. Th8 ... 3. Th4#
1. ... d4 2. Td8 ... 3. Txd4#
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Genre: 3#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Reprints: 269 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 678, 10/09/1875
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-12 more...
45 - P1030552
Joseph William Abbott
Westminster Papers 1873
P1030552
(8+6) C+
#3
1. Sd6! droht 2. Sb5#
1. ... Txd6 2. Kxg8 Td5 3. Txd5#
2. ... Ta6,Tb6,Tc6,Tg6,Tf6,Te6 3. Td5#
1. ... Lxb3 2. Sb5+ Kc4 3. d3#
1. ... Lc4 2. Sb5+ Lxb5 3. Td5#
1. ... Ld5 2. Txd5#
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Genre: 3#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Reprints: 318 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 419, 30/06/1876
121 Chess Problems [Abbott] 1887
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-13 more...
46 - P1030562
Joseph Graham Campbell
264 Westminster Papers 02/06/1873
P1030562
(8+3) C+
#3
1. Lg1! droht 2. Dxf7 ... 3. Dc7# 2. ... Kxe5 3. Df4#
1. ... fxe6 2. Da7 Kxe5 3. Dd4#
1. ... f5 2. Dxf5 Ke7 3. Df8#
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Genre: 3#
Computer test: Henrik Juel (2018-3-11): C+ by Popeye 4.61
Reprints: 70 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 337, 18/06/1873
55 English Chess Problems , p. 11, 1876
4 John Bull 29/04/1903
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-11 more...
47 - P1030588
Hugh James Menzies
Westminster Papers 1873
P1030588
(5+4)
#3
1. Td2! droht 2. Td3#
1. ... c4 2. Td4 Sa2,Sb1,Sd1,Se2,Sd5,Sb5,Sa4 3. Te4#
2. ... Se4 3. Txe4#
2. ... Kxd4 3. Lf2#
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Genre: 3#
Reprints: 300 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 595, 18/02/1876
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
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48 - P1030614
George Edward Carpenter
Huddersfield College Magazine , p. 52, 27/03/1874
P1030614
(5+7) C+
#3
1. Dd1! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Ke3 2. Sd3 Ke4 3. Df3#
2. ... cxd3 3. De1#
1. ... Ke5 2. Dd7 Kf6 3. Dd6#
2. ... Ke4 3. De6#
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Genre: 3#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Reprints: i.t. The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 52, 27/03/1874
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
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49 - P1030688
Johann Nepomuk Berger
Leipziger Illustrirte Zeitung 1879
P1030688
(7+7)
#3
1. De8 Kc4 Db5+ Kxb5 3. Le2#
1. ... Ke4 2. Dg6+ Kxd5 3. Lb3#
1. ... Lxd5 2. Db5+ K~ 3. Db1#
1. ... Lf3,~ 2. Db5+,Da4 K~ 3. Lc2,Dc2#
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BS Problemid: 15589
Authors: Berger, Johann Nepomuk
Sources: Der Schach Komponist 1982
Years: 1879
Sally: 1. De8! - Lf3, 2. Db5+ - Ke4, 3. Lc2#.
1. - Lxd5, 2. Db5+ - Ba4, 3. Db1#.
1. - Kc4, 2. Db5+ - Kxb5,3. Le2#.
1. - Ke4, 2. Dg6+ - Kxd5,3. Lb3#. (2010-6-10)
Martin Ramsauer: Reprint: 470, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 04/04/1879, S. 100 (2018-9-2)
Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61 (2018-9-2)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (15589)
Genre: 3#
Reprints: 13 Sammlung leichterer Schachaufgaben II 1882
12 Das Schachproblem und dessen kunstgerechte Darstarstellung 1884
1 Austrums 01/02/1888
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Mario Richter, 2014-9-3 more...
50 - P1032264
Joseph Graham Campbell
The Illustrated London News 1857
P1032264
(9+6)
#3
1. Dg6! fxg6 2. Kc2 cxd3 3. Kxd3#
2. ... Kxd4 3. Lb6#
2. ... Se4 3. S8e6#
2. ... c3 3. Sb3#
1. ... Se6 2. Tc3 Kxd4 3. Dg1#
2. ... Sxd4,Sxd8 3. Db6#
2. ... fxg6,f6,f5 3. S8xe6#
1. ... f6 2. Sb7 Kxd4 3. Lb6#
1. ... Kxd4 2. Lb6
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (17171)
Genre: 3#
Reprints: 56 English Chess Problems 1876
306 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 108, 07/04/1876
3 The Boy's Own Paper 08/03/1879
18 Sammlung leichterer Schachaufgaben III 1887
200 Demanding Chess Puzzles 1996
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-12 more...
51 - P1034786
Walter Grimshaw
VI Chess Player's Chronicle , p. 363, 12/1854
1. Sendungspreis
P1034786
(9+8) C+
#3
1. Tf1! droht 2. f3+ Ke3 3. Sg2#
1. ... f3 2. Tg1 ... 3. Tg4#
1. ... exf1=D 2. Sf3 Kxf3 3. Td2#
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BS Problemid: 19711
Authors: Grimshaw, Walter
Sources: Die Schwalbe 2002
The Problemist 2002
English Chess Problems 1876
Dutch Solving Championship 2002
Years: 1852
im 'C.P.Chron.' veröffentlicht innerhalb eines Abschnittes "Mr. Grimshaw's Prize Problems", könnte sich also auch nur um einen Nachdruck handeln!
(Die 'MBZ' gibt als Quelle an: "Illustrated London News 1854"; die PS+-DB [Ettl,id=9028]: "Englisches Turnier 1852 1.Preis (Chess Player's Chronicle 1852-54 1.Preis))
Sally: Sofort 1. Sf3? scheitert nach Kxf3; : 2. Td2+ an Kxf2;
Daher muss der Bauer e2 abgelenkt werden.
100 Rätselvolle Schachaufgaben ( G. Murkisch 1980)
S.175 Ajedrez Espectacular (Hayk & Fornasari 2001)
S. 604 Schwalbe Dez. 2002)
XXIX Klassik - pur (Böhringer 2005) (2016-8-27)
Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61, except for a few duals (2016-8-27)
Martin Ramsauer: Reprint: 750, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 26/05/1882, S. 272 (2018-9-10)
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Genre: 3#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Reprints: 651 Schachzeitung , p. 79, 02/1855
Schachzeitung , p. 381, 1857
107 English Chess Problems 1876
1 Mittelbayerische Zeitung 20/08/1948
100 Rätselvolle Schachaufgaben 1980
218 Beispiele zur Ideengeschichte des Schachproblems 1982
The Problemist 2002
Die Schwalbe 198, p. 604, 12/2002
XXIX Klassik pur! [Böhringer] 2005
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Felber, Volker, 2017-10-5 more...
52 - P1036904
Joseph Graham Campbell
The Illustrated London News 06/04/1861
P1036904
(8+9) C+
#3
1. Teh3 La1! 2. Tb2! Txb2 3. Tc3#
2. ... Lxb2 3. b4#
1. ... Se8,Sg7~ 2. Tc2+ Lxc2 3. Sxe6#
1. ... Ld3 2. Txd3 ... 3. Se4#
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'DAZ'-Lösungsanalyse: "Sg7 darf nicht ziehen, denn es würde Tc2+ u. Sxe6 matt folgen. Lf5 muß c2 gedeckt halten und wird, wenn er nach d3 oder e4 zieht, geschlagen. Tb1 ist auf seinen Platz gebannt, weil b3-b4 droht. Ld4 ist also allein bewegungsfähig, und zwar hat er, wenn man Te3 seinem Zugriff entzieht, nur das Feld a1 frei. Steht er aber auf a1, so kann man Schw. durch Th2-b2 vor die Frage stellen, ob er sich durch Schlagen des Tb2 den Tb1 oder den La1 verstellen will; in einem Fall ist Tc3, im anderen b3-b4 möglich. Der Umstand, daß nach Th2-b2 ein T-Schach auf h1 möglich ist, was alles verderben würde, verrät, wohin Te3 zu ziehen hat."
'DAZ': Nowotny
Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61, except for some mate duals (2016-8-24)
Martin Ramsauer: Reprint: 238, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 30/04/1875, p. 184 (dort mit sDd7, was in Heft 528, 07/05/1875, S. 209 korrigiert wird). (2018-8-29)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (21850), Novotny
Genre: 3#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Reprints: 330 Schachzeitung 10-11/1861
Schachzeitung , p. 31, 01/1863
238 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 184, 30/04/1875
61 English Chess Problems 1876
Deutsche Schachzeitung , p. 180, 06/1876
1 Svenska Familj-Journalen 03/1880
23 Sammlung leichterer Schachaufgaben II 1882
149 Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung 15/07/1922
537 Hamburger Problem-Nachrichten 01-02/1950
277 Beispiele zur Ideengeschichte des Schachproblems 1982
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53 - P1037325
Robert Bownas Wormald
Westminster Chess Club Papers 08/1868
P1037325
(8+2) C+
#4
1. Kb1 Kxc3 2. Kc1 Kxb4 3. Kc2 Ka4 4. Kc3#
1. ... Ke1 2. Le2 Kd2 3. Sc2 Kxc3 4. La5#
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Genre: n#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Reprints: 84 Chess Openings [Wormald] 2nd ed. 1875
254 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 417, 02/07/1875
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
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54 - P1037345
Joseph William Abbott
Westminster Papers 1872
P1037345
(5+3)
#4
1. Kd2! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Lh2 2. Lxh2 f4 3. Kd1 Ke3 4. Lg1#
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Genre: n#
Reprints: 296 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 491, 21/01/1876
121 Chess Problems 1887
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
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55 - P1040387
Ludwig von Bilow
293 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 413, 31/12/1875
P1040387
(5+4) C+
#3
1. Lf5! droht 2. Dc5#
1. ... Sc4+ 2. Kxa6 f2 3. Dh1#
2. ... Sa3,S~ 3. Dc5#
2. ... Kc6 3. Dxc4#
1. ... Sd3 2. Dc4+ Kxc4 3. Le6#
1. ... Sd7 2. Dc6+ Kxc6 3. Le4#
1. ... Sc6+ 2. Kb6 droht 3. Dxc6#, 3. Dc5#
2. ... axb5 3. Dc5#
2. ... Sa5,S~ 3. Dc5#
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Genre: 3#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Reprints: 200 Demanding Chess Puzzles 1996
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
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56 - P1040629
Henry John Clinton Andrews
172 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 524, 31/07/1874
P1040629
(8+9)
#3
1. e4! droht 2. Txd1#, 2. Td2#, 2. Td3#, 2. Td6#
1. ... Lxe4 2. Td6+ Kf5 3. Se3#
1. ... Tf8+ 2. Sxf8+ Lxf8 3. Txd1#, 3. Td2#, 3. Td3#, 3. Td6#
1. ... Da4+ 2. Td7+ Td5 3. Lxd5#
2. ... Dxb3,Dc4 3. Te7#
1. ... Da8+ 2. Td8+ Td5 3. Lxd5#
1. ... Dxc5 2. Te5+ Kd6 3. Te6#
2. ... Kf6 3. Te6#
1. ... Db5+ 2. Td7+ Td5 3. Lxd5#
2. ... Dc4,Dxb3 3. Te7#
play all play one stop play next play all
Verbesserte Version der Nr. 165 (10/07/1874, Heft 485, S. 446), die sich als inkorrekt erwies.
Cook: Mattduale
Henrik Juel: Correct key by Popeye 4.61, but damaged by multiple threats and many mate duals (2018-8-28)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (25588)
Genre: 3#
Reprints: 42 English Chess Problems 1876
The Chess Problem: Text-Book with Illustrations 1887
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-11 more...
57 - P1041027
James Pierce
62 Chess Player's Chronicle , p. 316, 1873
P1041027
(4+1) C+
#3
1. Sb4 droht 2. Dd3#
1. ... Kd4 2. Dc1 Ke4 3. Df4#
1. ... Kf5 2. Da6 Ke4 3. Dd3#
play all play one stop play next play all
Olaf Jenkner: Otto Dehler gibt diese Quelle in "Die Schwalbe 03/1925" an. (2017-3-5)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (25987), Aristocrat, Rex solus (s)
Genre: 3#
Reprints: 28 The Favorite (Montreal) 13/12/1873
i.t. The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 73, 20/02/1874
38 Schachminiaturen - Neue Folge 1903
2920 Leipziger Illustrirte Zeitung 30/04/1903
564 777 Chess Miniatures in Three 1908
1 Die Schwalbe 5, p. 42, 02/1925
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-11 more...
58 - P1042411
Walter Grimshaw
105 English Chess Problems 1876
P1042411
(5+7) C+
#3
1. Sg3! droht 2. Dh7 ... 3. Db1#
2. ... a2 3. Sb3#
1. ... a2 2. Sb3+ Kb1 3. Dh7#
1. ... Sa5,Sb4,Sd4,Se5,Se7,Sd8,Sb8 2. Dh1+ Ka2 3. Db1#
2. ... b1=D,S,T,L 3. Dxb1#
play all play one stop play next play all
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (27376), Promotion
Genre: 3#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Reprints: 320 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 472, 14/07/1876
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-13 more...
59 - P1042417
Frank Healey
185 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 25, 18/09/1874
P1042417
(6+3)
#3
1. Lh7! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Kc3 2. Dg6 ... 3. Dd3#
1. ... Kd5 2. Se3+ Kd4 3. Dd3#
Dual 2. Dg6 Kxc4 3. Dd3#
2. ... Kd4 3. Dd3#
2. ... La1,Lb2,Lc3 3. De4#
2. ... Ld4 3. Lg8#
2. ... Lh2,Lg3,Lf4,Lh8,Lg7,Lf6,Lb8,Lc7,Ld6 3. De4#
1. ... Lh2,Lg3,Lf4 2. Dg6 droht 3. Dd3#
2. ... Kd5 3. De4#
1. ... Lh8 2. Dg6 droht 3. Dd3#
2. ... Kd5 3. De4#
Dual 2. Dd6+ Kc3 3. Dd3#
2. ... Kxc4 3. Dd3#
1. ... Lg7 2. Dg6 droht 3. Dd3#
2. ... Kd5 3. De4#
Dual 2. Dd6+ Kc3,Kxc4 3. Dd3#
1. ... Lf6 2. Dd6+ Kc3,Kxc4 3. Dd3#
1. ... Lb8,Lc7 2. Dg6 droht 3. Dd3#
2. ... Kd5 3. De4#
1. ... Ld6 2. Dxd6+ Kc3 3. Dd3#
2. ... Kxc4 3. Dd3#
play all play one stop play next play all
Sally: Nachdruck 1876 ( mit wD. auf b6!)
1. Le2? - Ke4,2. Dg6 - Kf4, 3. Dg4#; aber 2. -Kd5, 3. ?.
Darum her mit Loyds Linienräumung : 1. Lh7! - Kd5, 2. Dg6
( Zugzwang) - Kxc4/Ld4/, 3. Dd3#/Lg8#.. Die letzte Vari-
ante zeigt, dass der wL. nicht nur den Schnittpunkt g6 über
schritten hat,sondern auch die Diagoale c4-h8 im Auge behielt. Nr. 382 Ideengeschichte ( Breuer 1982). (2012-1-27)
Henrik Juel: Correct key by Popeye 4.61, but damaged by duals (2018-8-28)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (27382)
Genre: 3#
Reprints: 113 English Chess Problems 1876
382 Beispiele zur Ideengeschichte des Schachproblems 1982
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-11 more...
60 - P1042485
Frank Healey
242 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 236, 14/05/1875
P1042485
(8+6) C+
#3
1. Dxa6! droht 2. Dxe6#
1. ... Lxa6 2. Sb6 droht 3. Sd5#, 3. Sd7#
2. ... Lc4,Lb7 3. Sd7#
2. ... Lb5,Lc8 3. Sd5#
2. ... Sc5,Sf8,Sxd8 3. Sd5#
2. ... Sxf4,Sc7 3. Sd7#
1. ... Ld5 2. Dd6 ... 3. Lxe7#, 3. De5#, 3. Dxe7#
1. ... Lc6 2. Sb6 La4,Lb5,Le8,Ld7 3. Sd5#
2. ... Lh1,Lg2,Lf3,Le4,La8,Lb7 3. Sd7#
2. ... Ld5 3. Sxd5#, 3. Sd7#
2. ... Ld7 3. Sd5#, 3. Sxd7#
2. ... Sc5 3. Sd5#
2. ... Sd4 3. Sd5#, 3. Sd7#
2. ... Sxf4 3. Sd7#
2. ... Sg5 3. Sd5#, 3. Sd7#, 3. hxg5#
2. ... Sg7 3. Sd5#, 3. Sd7#
2. ... Sf8,Sxd8 3. Sd5#
2. ... Sc7 3. Sd7#
play all play one stop play next play all
Cook: Mattduale
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (27450)
Genre: 3#
Computer test: Problemiste
Reprints: 110 English Chess Problems 1876
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-11 more...
61 - P1043041
Henry Augustus Loveday
Chess Player's Chronicle , p. 54, 01/02/1845
P1043041
(8+5) cooked
#4
1. Lc1! b4 2. Lh1 b5 3. Td2 Kf4 4. Td4#
play all play one stop play next play all
Cook: 1. Le3 b4 2. Lc1 b5 3. Td2 Kf4 4. Td4#
oder auch 1. Lg5
AZW: In dieser ursprünglichen Fassung sind neun Anfangszüge möglich. Läßt man den Bb6 weg [dann erhält man P1046388], wird das Problem zu einem Dreizüger, der die eigentliche Idee des Komponisten in korrekter Form bewahrt. Dem heutigen Löser fällt die Lösung nicht schwer, da er die Idee aus unzähligen Bearbeitungen schon kennt. (1. Lh6-c1 (ZZ) b4 2. Td2 Kf4 3. Td4#)

Beim Nachdruck in 'Suomen Shakki' (innerhalb einer Einführung ins Problemschach von A. Rautanen) stehen die sBB auf b7+b6 statt wie hier auf b6+b5.
Erich Bartel: Autor-Intention:
1.Lc1! b4 2.Lh1 b5 3.Td2 Kf4 4.Td4#
aber Nebenlösung: 1.Le3 b4 2.Lc1 b5 3.Td2 Kf4 4.Td4# oder
auch 1.Lg5 etc. mit allerlei Dualen.
Die wohl berühmteste nebenlösige und dualistische Darstellung
einer klassischen Idee.---
Erstquelle lt.ND4 : The Chess Player's Chronicle II 1845.---
weitere Nachdrucke:
2) 4 Caissa (1) XII 1948.---
3) Schach-Echo 1956,S.336.---
4) Eines Reverends Einfall, der Geschichte machte, 1981.---
5) Die Schwalbe (203) X 2003 (2008-4-23)
milan: Milan Frelih:
white peons a2b3 move to b2a3
1.Bc1 b4 2.a3×b4 b5 3.Rd2 Kf4 4.Rd4# (2015-12-22)
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Keywords: Indian (Erstdarstellung), Brian Stephenson Collection (28009)
Genre: n#
Reprints: 3 Spirit of the Times 15/03/1845
Family Herald 05/02/1859
Dubuque Chess Journal 1870
27 Bow Bells 24/06/1874
Ruy Lopez 2 02/1897
Das Indische Problem , p. 35, 1903
Suomen Shakki , p. 102, 1924
Arbeiter-Schachzeitung (Chemnitz) 10, p. 208, 10/1924
Arbeiter-Zeitung (Wien) 01/02/1932
Politiek en Cultuur 08/1937
Schach [KdF] , p. 52, 04/1938
29 Der Schachspiegel , p. 109, 07/1947
4 Caissa 1 12/1948
Schach-Echo , p. 336, 1956
8 Snamenitye komposizii 1973
A Cleric’s Idea, which made History 1981
1 Die Schwalbe 203, p. 223, 10/2003
H1 Suomen Tehtäväniekat 1 10/02/2010
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-10 more...
62 - P1043307
William S. Pavitt
159 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 367, 19/06/1874
P1043307
(8+8) cooked
#4
1. Tcxa3! droht 2. Sd3 ... 3. Tb2#
2. ... Tc2 3. Txa1#
2. ... Tb4 3. Sc3#
1. ... Txc1 2. Da4 droht 3. Txa1+ Kb2 4. Db3#, 4. Ta2#
usw. (sehr viele Duale)
play all play one stop play next play all
Cook: NL
1. De8! droht 2. Tb3+ Sxb3 3. Dxg6+ Tc2 4. Dxc2#
1. Dxa7! droht 2. Dxa3 ... 3. Db2#, 3. Txa1#, 3. Tb2#
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (28295)
Genre: n#
Reprints: 402 English Chess Problems 1876
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-11 more...
63 - P1043337
Samuel Loyd
? 1871
P1043337
(3+2)
#3

BS Problemid: 28331
Authors: Loyd, Sam
Sources:
Years: 1871
Martin Ramsauer: Reprint: 586, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 27/08/1880, S. 605 (ohne Verfasserangabe). Als Quelle wird genannt: Gentleman's Magazine, 06/1871

1. Da7! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Kg5 2. Df2 Kh6 3. Dh4#
2. ... Kh5 3. Dh4#
1. ... Kh6 2. Kg4 ... 3. Dg7#
1. ... g5 2. Dh7# (2018-9-7)
Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61 (2018-9-7)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (28331)
Genre: 3#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Frank Müller, 2013-10-8 more...
64 - P1043615
Arthur Cyril Pearson
95 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 668, 12/09/1873
P1043615
(8+6) C+
#3
1. Te1! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Sc2,Sd1,Sf1,Sg2,Sg4,Sg5 2. Lc4+ d5 3. exd6ep#
Dual 1. ... Sf1 2. Lxf1 ... 3. Lh3#
1. ... Sc4 2. Lxc4+ d5 3. exd6ep#
1. ... Sd5 2. Lc4 c5 3. Lxd5#
2. ... d6 3. exd6#
1. ... c5 2. Lb5 droht 3. Lxd7#
1. ... d5 2. exd6ep ... 3. Lc4#
1. ... d6 2. exd6 ... 3. Lc4#
play all play one stop play next play all
Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61 (except for one minor dual) (2018-8-24)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (28610), En passant im Mattzug
Genre: 3#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-11 more...
65 - P1043618
Arthur Cyril Pearson
579 English Chess Problems 1876
P1043618
(6+5) C+
#3
1. Td2! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Dxd2 2. Lxd2#
1. ... g2 2. Txg2 ... 3. Th2#
1. ... De3 2. Th2+ gxh2 3. Lxe3#
1. ... Dg5 2. Th2+ gxh2 3. Lxg5#
1. ... Dxf7 2. Th2+ Kg6 3. Th6#
play all play one stop play next play all
Henrik Juel: Purpose of key is to prevent Dxc1
C+ by Popeye 4.61 (2018-8-31)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (28613)
Genre: 3#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Reprints: 327 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 107, 06/10/1876
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-13 more...
66 - P1043889
Johannes Kohtz
Carl Kockelkorn

101 ausgewählte Schachaufgaben [K&K] 1875
P1043889
(9+8) C+
#4
1. Df6! droht 2. Sf5+
1. ... Df1 2. Df2 Dxf2 3. Se6+ Kxe3 4. Tc3#
1. ... Db1 2. Db6 Dxb6 3. Sf5+ Kxc5 4. Tc3#
play all play one stop play next play all
Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61, but with duals in most other variations (2016-9-28)
Martin Ramsauer: Reprint: 501, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 10/10/1879, S. 129 (2018-9-3)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (28885), Queen sacrifice, Sacrifice of white pieces, Model mate, Echo
Genre: n#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Reprints: 3895 Deutsche Schachzeitung , p. 145, 05/1875
389 Beispiele zur Ideengeschichte des Schachproblems 1982
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2016-9-29 more...
67 - P1043896
Johannes Kohtz
Carl Kockelkorn


P1043896
(8+9) C+
#4
1. Df7! Zugzwang
1. ... Kxd6 2. Dg6+ Ke5 3. Dd6+ Lxd6,Kxd6 4. Sg6#,Sf7#
1. ... h4 2. De6+
1. ... Sa6 2. Sg6+
play all play one stop play next play all
Felber, Volker: Lt. DSZ 05.1877, S. 147, #4209 Autor = G.v. Knoff (2011-2-23)
Henrik Juel: 1.Df7 (ZZ) h4/Kxd6/Sa6 2.De6+/Dg6+/Sg6+
C+ by Popeye, apart from duals and short mates in other variations. (2011-2-23)
Sally: Zum Feierabend 1877.
1. Df7! (ZZ); Hauptvariante: 1. - Kxd6, 2. Dg6+ - Ke5,
3. Dd6+/Lxd6, 4. Sf4#/Sg6#.
Beschäftigungslenkung zur Beseitigung schädlicher Masse, künstlerisch wertvoll dadurch, dass derSd6 verschwinden muss, um Platz für das Damenopfer auf d6 zu schaffen.
421 Beispiele zur Ideengeschichte ( J. Breuer 1982) (2016-9-28)
Martin Ramsauer: Reprint unter dem Namen G. V. Knaff: 460, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 24/01/1879, S. 504 (2018-9-2)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (28892), Beseitigung hinderlicher Masse, Beschäftigungslenkung
Genre: n#
Computer test: Popeye
Reprints: 4209 Deutsche Schachzeitung , p. 147, 05/1877
421 Beispiele zur Ideengeschichte des Schachproblems 1982
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Felber, Volker, 2016-12-18 more...
68 - P1044076
Charles Planck

P1044076
(8+2)
#3

BS Problemid: 29072
Authors: Planck, Charles
Sources: Chess Problem Text Book 1887
Years: 0000
Martin Ramsauer: Urdruck: 711, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 11/11/1881, p. 244

1. Ld1! droht 2. De2 ... 3. De4#
1. ... Ke5 2. Dh8+ Kf4 3. Db8#
2. ... Kxd5 3. Lb3#
1. ... Kc4 2. Df3 droht 3. De4#
2. ... Kb4 3. Db3#, 3. Dc3#
1. ... g4 2. Df5 ... 3. De4# (2018-9-9)
Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61, except for the mate dual afte 2... Kb4 (2018-9-9)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (29072)
Genre: 3#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
69 - P1044232
Charles Planck

P1044232
(6+2)
#3

BS Problemid: 29231
Authors: Planck, Charles
Sources: Chess Problem Text Book 1887
Years: 0000
Martin Ramsauer: Urdruck: Figaro, 1881
Reprint: 719, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 02/12/1881, S. 314

1. Tc2! droht 2. Sb4+ Kd4 3. Sf5#
2. ... Kd6 3. Tc6#
1. ... Kd4 2. Sf5+ Kd3 3. Sb4#
2. ... Kd5 3. Sc7#
1. ... Kd6 2. Sc7 ... 3. Sf5# (2018-9-9)
Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61 (2018-9-9)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (29231)
Genre: 3#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
70 - P1045427
William S. Pavitt
108 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 176, 31/10/1873
P1045427
(6+3) C+
#4
1. d4! droht 2. De5#
1. ... dxe4 2. Lf7 Sc6,Sc8,Sg6,Sg8 3. Sf5+ Kd5 4. e7#
2. ... Sd5 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sf5 3. Sxf5+ Kd5 4. e7#
1. ... Sc6,Sg6,Sg8,Sc8 2. Sf5#
1. ... Sf5 2. Sxf5#
play all play one stop play next play all
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (30437)
Genre: n#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Reprints: 403 English Chess Problems 1876
200 Demanding Chess Puzzles 1996
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-11 more...
71 - P1045496
Henry John Clinton Andrews
225 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 642, 05/03/1875
P1045496
(8+8) C+
#4
1. Tb1! (Zugzwang)
1. ... c5 2. d8=S c6 3. Txb2 Sd5,Sf5,Sg8,Sc8 4. Sg6#
3. ... Sg6 4. Sxg6#
3. ... Se6+ 4. Sxe6#
3. ... Sf5,Se8 4. Se6#
1. ... Kf7 2. d8=S+ Kf8 3. c5 Sd5,Sf5,Sg8,Sc 4. Sg6#
3. ... Sg6 4. Sxg6#
3. ... Se6+ 4. Sxe6#
3. ... Sf5,Se8 4. Se6#
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (30506)
Genre: n#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Reprints: The Chess Problem: Text-Book with Illustrations 1887
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-11 more...
72 - P1046128
Milan R. Vukcevich
10350 Schach-Echo 2, p. 30, 01/1981
2. Preis
P1046128
(13+13)
#5
1. Db3!
play all play one stop play next play all
BS Problemid: 31140
Authors: Vukcevic, Milan R
Sources:
Years: 1981
War verdruckt mit wBa2, korrigiert in 04/1981, Heft 7, Seite 111 (so aber unlösbar).

Weitere Korrektur 08/1982, Heft 15, Seite 240: +wBf6
Felber, Volker: Im Preisbericht (ND 12/1982) fehlt der wBf6. (2015-12-19)
Felber, Volker: 04/1983, Seite 142 Hinweis auf fehlenden wBf6 aus Preisbericht. (2015-12-20)
Sally: °
1. Db3! - Dxb3,
2. d7!! - c5,
3. Txc5!- Lxd7,
4. Tc4+!- Dxc4/Sxc4,
5. Ld6#/Sd5#.
1. .... - Txb3,
2. d7!! - c5,
3. Lxc5 - Txd7, (3.. - Bc1D, 4. Ld6+ - De5, 5. Lxe5#)
4. Le3+ - Sxe3/Txe3,
5. Sh3#/Tf5#.

1. .... - Sc3,
2. Lxc3 - Ba1D,
3. Lxa1 - Tc3,
4. Be3+ - Txe3, 4.. - Kf3, 5. Ld1#/Le4#.
der thematische Novotny droht 1. d7?, wird aber widerlegt durch den Novotny-Zug 1. .. - c5!
Also muss Weiß erst zwei kritische Züge ausführen, aber dies ist viel mehr als bis dahin in diesem fünf Züger. (2018-9-24)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (31140)
Genre: n#
Reprints: 10350 Schach-Echo 23-24, p. 381, 12/1982
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Felber, Volker, 2015-12-19 more...
73 - P1046459
Samuel Loyd
American Chess-Nuts 1868
P1046459
(5+5)
#3
1. Dg8! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Ka2 2. Dxb3+ Ka1 3. Dxa4#, 3. Dxb2#
1. ... Ta2 2. Dxb3 Ta8,Ta7,Ta6 3. Dxb2#
2. ... Ta5 3. Txa5# 3. Dxb2#
2. ... Ta4 3. Dxa4#, 3. Dxb2#
2. ... Ta3 3. Dxb2#, 3. Dxa3#
Dual 2. Dh7 droht 3. Dxb1#, 3. Txb1#
2. ... Ta8,Ta6,Ta4,Ta3 3. Dxb1#
2. ... Ta7 3. Dxb1#, 3. Dxa7#
2. ... Ta5 3. Dxb1#, 3. Txa5#
Dual 2. Dg6 droht 3. Dxb1#, 3. Txb1#
2. ... Ta8,Ta7,Ta4,Ta3 3. Dxb1#
2. ... Ta6 3. Dxb1#, 3. Dxa6#
2. ... Ta5 3. Dxb1#, 3. Txa5#
1. ... Ta3 2. Dh7,Dg6 ... 3. Dxb1#
1. ... Ta7 2. Dh7 droht 3. Dxb1#, 3. Dxa7#
2. ... Ka2 3. Dxa7#
2. ... Ta2 3. Dxb1#, 3. Txb1#
2. ... Ta3,Ta4,Ta6,Ta8 3. Dxb1#
2. ... Ta5 3. Dxb1#, 3. Txa5#
2. ... Txh7 3. Ta5#
2. ... Tg7,Tf7,Te7,Td7,Tc7,Tb7 3. Dxb1#, 3. Ta5#
1. ... Ta6 2. Dg6 droht 3. Dxb1#, 3. Dxa6#
2. ... Ka2 3. Dxa6#
2. ... Ta2 3. Dxb1#, 3. Txb1#
2. ... Ta3,Ta4,Ta8,Ta7 3. Dxb1#
2. ... Ta5 3. Dxb1#, 3. Txa5#
2. ... Txg6 3. Ta5#
2. ... Tf6,Te6,Td6,Tc6,Tb6 3. Dxb1#, 3. Ta5#
1. ... Th4 2. Ta5+ Ta4 3. Txa4#
Dual 2. Da8+ Ta4 3. Dxa4#
1. ... Tg4 2. hxg4 droht 3. Da8#, 3. Ta5#
2. Ta5+ Ta4 3. Txa4#
2. Dxg4 droht 3. Ta5#, 3. Da4#
2. Da8+ Ta4 3. Dxa4#
1. ... Tf4,Te4,Td4,Tc4,Tb4 2. Ta5+ Ta4 3. Txa4#
Dual 2. Da8+ Ta4 3. Dxa4#
play all play one stop play next play all
Henrik Juel: The main content seems to be
1... Ta6/Ta7 2.Dg6/Dh7 thr. 3.DxTL#
Correct key by Popeye 4.61, but ruined by duals in other variations and many mate duals (2018-8-29)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (31474)
Genre: 3#
Reprints: 251 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 366, 18/06/1875
Deutsche Schachzeitung , p. 251, 08/1877
232 Chess Strategy [Loyd] 1881
541 Sam Loyd and his Chess Problems 1913
541 Sam Loyd und seine Schachaufgaben 1926
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-12 more...
74 - P1048386
James Pierce

P1048386
(11+11)
#3

BS Problemid: 33413
Authors: Pierce, James
Sources: English Chess Problems 1876
Years: 1874
Martin Ramsauer: Reprint: 608, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 12/11/1880, p. 246

1. Sxe6! droht 2. Sc5 ... 3. Sf5#, 3. Sb7#
2. ... Db1,Dc2 3. Sb7#
2. ... Txf3 3. Sb7#
2. ... Tf4 3. Sb7#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Te4 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sxc5 3. Dc7#, 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc7 3. Dxc7#, 3. Sb7#
2. ... Sc6 3. Dxc6#, 3. Sb7#
2. Sf4 droht 3. Sf5#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Db1 3. Te6#
2. ... Da2,Db3 3. Sf5#
2. ... Dc2 3. Te6#
2. ... Te2 3. Sf5#
2. ... Txb5,Txf4 3. Te6#
2. ... Te4 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc5 3. Dc7#, 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc7 3. Dxc7#
2. ... Sc6 3. Dxc6#
2. Sg5 droht 3. Sf5#, 3. Sf7#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Db1 3. Sf7#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Da2,Db3 3. Sf5#
2. ... Dc2 3. Sf7#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Te2 3. Sf5#, 3. Sf7#
2. ... Txf3 3. Te6#
2. ... Txb5 3. Sf7#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Tf4 3. Te6#
2. ... Te4 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc5 3. Dc7#, 3. Sf5#, 3. Sf7#
2. ... Sc7 3. Dxc7#
2. ... Sc6 3. Dxc6#
2. Sg7 droht 3. Sf5#, 3. Se8#, 3. Sf5#
2. ... Db1,De2 3. Se8#
2. ... Txf3 3. Se8#
2. ... Txb5 3. Se8#
2. ... Tf4 3. Se8#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Te4 3. Sf5#, 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc7 3. Dxc7#
2. ... Sc6 3. Dxc6#
2. Sd8 droht 3. Sb7#, 3. Sf7#, 3. Sf5#
2. ... Db1 3. Sb7#, 3. Sf7#
2. ... Da2,Db3 3. Sb7#, 3. Sf5#
2. ... Dc2 3. Sb7#, 3. Sf7#
2. ... Txf3 3. Sb7#
2. ... Txb5 3. Sb7#, 3. Sf7#
2. ... Tf4 3. Sb7#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Te4 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc5 3. Sf7#, 3. Dc7#, 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc7 3. Sb7#, 3. Dxc7#
2. ... Sc6 3. Sb7#, 3. Dxc6#
2. Sf5+ Kd5 3. Sc5#, 3. Sd4#, 3. Sf4#, 3. Sg5#, 3. Sg7#, 3. Sf8#, 3. ,d8#
1. ... Dxc3 2. Sf5+ Kd5 3. Sc5#, 3. Sd4#, 3. Sf4#, 3. Sg5#, 3. Sg7#, 3. Sf8#, 3. Sd8#
1. ... Db1,Dc2 2. Le5+ Kxe7 3. Dd8#
Dual 2. Dd8+ Sd7 3. Le5#
1. ... Da2,Db3 2. Le5+ Kxe7 3. Dd8#
Dual 2. Sf5+ Kd5 3. Sc5#, 3. Sd4#, 3. Sf4#, 3. Sg5#, 3. Sg7#, 3. Sf8#, 3. Sd8#
Dual 2. Dd8+ Sd7 3. Le5#
1. ... Te2 2. Sc5 droht 3. Sf5#, 3. Sb7#
2. ... Db1,Dc2 3. Sb7#
2. ... Txe3 3. Sf5#
2. ... Tf4 3. Sb7#
2. ... Te4 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sxc5 3. Dc7#, 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc7 3. Dxc7#, 3. Sb7#
2. ... Sc6 3. Dxc6#, 3. Sb7#
Dual 2. Sg7 droht 3. Sf5#, 3. Se8#, 3. Sf5#
2. ... Db1,Dc2 3. Se8#
2. ... Txe3 3. Sf5#, 3. Sf5#
2. ... Txb5,Tf4 3. Se8#
2. ... Te4 3. Sf5#, 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc7 3. Dxc7#
2. ... Sc6 3. Dxc6#
Dual 2. Sd8 droht 3. Sb7#, 3. Sf7#, 3. Sf5#
2. ... Db1,Da2,Db3,Dc2 3. Sb7#, 3. Sf7#
2. ... Txe3 3. Sf5#
2. ... Txb5 3. Sb7#, 3. Sf7#
2. ... Tf4 3. Sb7#
2. ... Te4 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc5 3. Sf7#, 3. Dc7#, 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc7 3. Sb7#, 3. Dxc7#
2. ... Sc6 3. Sb7#, 3. Dxc6#
Dual 2. Sf5+ Kd5 3. Sc5#, 3. Sd4#, 3. Sf4#, 3. Sg5#, 3. Sg7#, 3. Sf8#, 3. Sd8#
1. ... Txf3 2. Sf4 droht 3. Sf5#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Db1 3. Te6#
2. ... Da2,Db3 3. Sf5#
2. ... Dc2 3. Te6#
2. ... Txe3 3. Sf5#
2. ... Tbxf4,Txb5 3. Te6#
2. ... Tfxf4 3. Te6#
2. ... Te4 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc5 3. Dc7#, 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc7 3. Dxc7#
2. ... Sc6 3. Dxc6#
1. ... Tg2 2. Sg5 droht 3. Sf5#, 3. Sf7#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Db1 3. Sf7#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Da2,Db3 3. Sf5#
2. ... Dc2 3. Sf7#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Te2 3. Sf5#, 3. Sf7#
2. ... Txg5 3. Te6#
2. ... Txb5 3. Sf7#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Tf4 3. Te6#
2. ... Te4 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc5 3. Dc7#, 3. Sf5#, 3. Sf7#
2. ... Sc7 3. Dxc7#
2. ... Sc6 3. Dxc6#
Dual 2. Sf5+ Kd5 3. Sf4#, 3. Sg5#, 3. Sg7#
1. ... Ta4 2. Sc5 droht 3. Sf5#, 3. Sb7#
2. ... Db1,Dc2 3. Sb7#
2. ... Txf3 3. Sb7#
2. ... Tf4 3. Sb7#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Te4 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sxc5 3. Dc7#, 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc7 3. Dxc7#, 3. Sb7#
2. ... Sc6 3. Dxc6#, 3. Sb7#
Dual 2. Sf4 droht 3. Sf5#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Db1,Dxb5 3. Te6#
2. ... Da2,Db3 3. Sf5#
2. ... Dc2 3. Te6#
2. ... Te2 3. Sf5#
2. ... Txf4 3. Te6#
2. ... Te4 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc5 3. Dc7#, 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc7 3. Dxc7#
2. ... Sc6 3. Dxc6#
Dual 2. Sg5 3. Sf5#, 3. Sf7#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Db1 3. Sf7#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Da2,Db3 3. Sf5#
2. ... Dxb5 3. Sf7#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Dc2 3. Sf7#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Te2 3. Sf5#, 3. Sf7#
2. ... Txf3 3. Te6#
2. ... Tf4 3. Te6#
2. ... Te4 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc5 3. Dc7#, 3. Sf5#, 3. Sf7#
2. ... Sc7 3. Dxc7#
2. ... Sc6 3. Dxc6#
Dual 2. Sd8 droht 3. Sb7#, 3. Sf7#, 3. Sf5#
2. ... Db1,Dxb5,Dc2 3. Sb7#, 3. Sf7#
2. ... Da2,Db3 3. Sb7#, 3. Sf5#
2. ... Txf3 3. Sb7#
2. ... Tf4 3. Sb7#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Te4 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc5 3. Sf7#, 3. Dc7#, 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc7 3. Sb7#, 3. Dxc7#
2. ... Sc6 3. Sb7#, 3. Dxc6#
Dual 2. Sf5+ Kd5 3. Sc5#, 3. Sd4#, 3. Sf4#, 3. Sg5#, 3. Sg7#, 3. Sf8#, 3. Sd8#
1. ... Txb5 2. Sc5 droht 3. Sf5#, 3. Sb7#
2. ... Db1,Dc2 3. Sb7#
2. ... Txf3 3. Sb7#
2. ... Txb6 3. Sf5#
2. ... Txc5 3. De6#
2. ... Sxc5 3. Dc7#, 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc7 3. Dxc7#, 3. Sb7#
2. ... Sc6 3. Dxc6#, 3. Sb7
1. ... Tg4 2. Sg5 droht 3. Sf5#, 3. Sf7#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Db1,Dxb5 3. Sf7#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Da2,Db3 3. Sf5#
2. ... Dc2 3. Sf7#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Te2 3. Sf5#, 3. Sf7#
2. ... Txf3 3. Te6#
2. ... Te4 3. Sf5#
2. ... Tf4 3. Te6#
2. ... Txg5 3. Te6#
2. ... Sc5 3. Dc7#, 3. Sf5#, 3. Sf7#
2. ... Sc7 3. Dxc7#
2. ... Sc6 3. Dxc6#
Dual 2. Sf5+ Kd5 3. Sf4#, 3. Sg5#, 3. Sg7#
1. ... Tf4 2. Sxf4 droht 3. Sf5#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Db1,Dxb5,Dc2 3. Te6#
2. ... Da2,Db3 3. Sf5#
2. ... Te2 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc5 3. Dc7#, 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc7 3. Dxc7#
2. ... Sc6 3. Dxc6#
1. ... Te4 2. Sf5+ Kd5 3. Sf4#, 3. fxe4#
1. ... Td4 2. Sf5+ Kd5 3. Sc5#, 3. Sxd4#, 3. Sf4#, 3. Sg5#, 3. Sg7#, 3. Sf8#, 3. Sd8#
1. ... Tc4 2. Sc5 droht 3. Sf5#, 3. Sb7#
2. ... Db1,Dc2 3. Sb7#
2. ... Txf3 3. Sb7#
2. ... Txc5 3. De6#
2. ... Tf4 3. Sb7#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Te4 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sxc5 3. Dc7#, 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc7 3. Dxc7#, 3. Sb7#
2. ... Sc6 3. Dxc6#, 3. Sb7#
Dual 2. Sf5+ Kd5 3. Sc5#, 3. Sd4#, 3. Sf4#, 3. Sg5#, 3. Sg7#, 3. Sf8#, 3. Sd8#
1. ... h3 2. Sf4 droht 3. Sf5#, 3. Te6#
2. ... Db1,Dc2 3. Te6#
2. ... Da2,Db3 3. Sf5#
2. ... Te2 3. Sf5#
2. ... Txb5,Txf4 3. Te6#
2. ... Te4 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc5 3. Dc7#, 3. Sf5#
2. ... Sc7 3. Dxc7#
2. ... Sc6 3. Dxc6#
Dual 2. Sf5+ Kd5 3. Sc5#, 3. Sd4#, 3. Sf4#, 3. Sg5#, 3. Sg7#, 3. Sf8#, 3. Sd8#
1. ... Sc6 2. bxc6 droht 3. Dd7#, 3. Dd8#
2. ... Sc5,Sb8 3. Dc7#
Dual 2. Sf5+ Kd5 3. Dxc6#

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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (33413)
Genre: 3#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
75 - P1048532
Samuel Loyd
1523 La Strategie 11/1879
Den Preisrichtern des Pariser Turniers von 1878 gewidmet
P1048532
(6+9) cooked
#4
1. Tg5! Lxg5 2. Tf4 Lxf4 3. Dg2
aber unlösbar nach 2. ... Le7! (3. ... La3)
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Cook: NL
1. Da8!
1. Dxc7!
Korrekturfasung: P1355257
milan: wKc1-d1 M.Frelih (2018-9-1)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (33559)
Genre: n#
Reprints: 4632 Deutsche Schachzeitung , p. 61, 02/1880
525 Chess Strategy [Loyd] 1881
477 Sam Loyd and his Chess Problems 1913
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
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76 - P1048545
Heinrich Friedrich Ludwig Meyer
142 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 133, 17/04/1874
P1048545
(5+9) C+
#2
1. Td3! droht 2. Lg6#
1. ... Lxd3 2. Lc6#
1. ... f3 2. Td4#
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (33572)
Genre: 2#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Reprints: Deutsche Schachzeitung , p. 165, 06/1875
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-11 more...
77 - P1048576
Eeltje Visserman
Probleemblad 1974
1. Preis
P1048576
(9+12)
#3

BS Problemid: 33603
Authors: Visserman, Eeltje
Sources:
Years: 1974
Sally: °
1. Sd6! ( 2. Se4 - Txe4/Lxe4, 3. Txd3#/Lxf4#)
1. ... - Te3, 2. Sf5+ - Lxf5, 3. Zxd3#. (2. Sxe4? - Lb4+!)
1. ... - Le4, 2. Sc4+ - Txc4, 3. Lxf4#. (2. Sxe4? - Tf6+!)
1. ... - Td4, 2. Te5+ - T/Le4 3. Sc4#/Sf5#.
Hier wird das Geheimnis um die Hinzüge auf das Drohfeld durch die dazugewonnenen Schachgebote auf b4 bzw. f6
relativ schnell gelüftet. (2018-9-24)
Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61 (2018-9-24)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (33603)
Genre: 3#
Reprints: 3 idee & form 124, p. 4128, 10/2014
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Felber, Volker, 2014-11-21 more...
78 - P1048610
Samuel Loyd
Syracuse Standard 1858
P1048610
(4+5)
#3
1. Tc3! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Ke4 2. Dd3+ Ke5 3. Sd7#, 3. Sxg6#, 3. Tc5#
1. ... Kg4 2. Dh3+ Kg5 3. Sxe6#, 3. Sh7#
1. ... Ke5 2. Dd3 droht 3. Sd7#, 3. Sxg6#, 3. Tc5#
2. ... Lc1,L~ 3. Sxg6#
2. ... f5 3. Sd7#
1. ... Kg5 2. Dh3 droht 3. Sxe6#, 3. Sh7#
2. ... Lc1,L~ 3. Sxe6#
2. ... f5 3. Sh7#
1. ... e5 2. Dh3+ Ke4 3. Dd3#
2. ... Kg5 3. Se6#, 3. Sh7#
1. ... g5 2. Dd3+ Kg4 3. Dh3#
2. ... Ke5 3. Sd7#, 3. Sg6#, 3. Tc5#
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Henrik Juel: Correct key by Popeye 4.61, but ruined by mate duals (2018-8-30)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (33637)
Genre: 3#
Reprints: 266 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 626, 27/08/1875
288 Chess Strategy [Loyd] 1881
550 Sam Loyd and his Chess Problems 1913
550 Sam Loyd und seine Schachaufgaben 1926
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-12 more...
79 - P1049183
Siegfried Brehmer
Dieter Kutzborski

Die Schwalbe 1990
1. Preis
P1049183
(12+10)
#3

BS Problemid: 34211
Authors: Brehmer, Siegfried
Kutzborski, Dieter
Sources:
Years: 1990
Sally: Verbesserte Version von S. 305 Okt 1990.
1. Sf4! (droht 2. Te5+ -Txc5/Lxe5, 3. Dd4#/Dd5#.
(1. - Txc4/Lc4 läßt sich der -Nowotny auf c4 nutzen)
1.- Dd5, 2, 3. Tc6#. 2.- Tc4/Lc4, 3. Dd5#/Dd4#.
S. 60 Schwalbe April 1992. (2010-7-16)
Sally: Hier sieht man eine folgende thematische Sequenz: Ein vornehmender Nowotny auf c4+ Anti Nowotny (von e5 auf) droht ein weiterer Nowotny auf dem gerade geräumten Schnittpunkt. Im Hauptspiel 1. - d5, folgt per Schlüsselzugrücknahme ein Voraus-Nowotny auf e5+ Anti-Nowotny (von c4 aus), gefolgt von einem als Tema A-Paraden motivierten schwarzen Doppelgrimshaw auf dem gerade wieder von Weiß geräumten Feld c4. Nebenspiele:
1. - .. Sc3/Se3, 2.D(x)e3+ - Kxc4/Ld4, 3. Sd2#/Dxd4#.
1. - .. La1, 2. Ld4+ - Lxd4, 3. Dxd4#. (2018-9-21)
Henrik Juel: Key is 1.Sc4, not Sf4
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Genre: 3#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
80 - P1049427


P1049427
(9+5)
#2

BS Problemid: 34455
Authors: Beechey, Frideswide F
Sources: Chess Blossoms 1883
Years: 0000
Martin Ramsauer: Urdruck: 738, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 03/03/1882, p. 628 (= Frideswide F. Rowland)

1. De8!
1. ... Sa4,Sb3,Sd3,Sxd7,Sb7,Sa6 2. Dxe6#
1. ... Se4 2. Dxe6#, 2. Sb6#
1. ... Kc4 2. Se5#
1. ... Ke4 2. Sxc5#
1. ... Kc6 2. Sxc5#
1. ... Sxd4,S~ 2. Sb6#

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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (34455)
Genre: 2#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
81 - P1049429


P1049429
(9+5)
#2

BS Problemid: 34457
Authors: Beechey, Frideswide F
Sources: Chess Blossoms 1883
Years: 0000
Martin Ramsauer: Autorin: Frideswide F. Rowland
Urdruck: 657, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 06/05/1881, p. 222. Publiziert unter ihrem Mädchennamen Frideswide F. Beechey

1. Sc4! droht 2. Sd2#
1. ... Kxf3 2. Sxg5#
1. ... Txd5 2. Te3# (2018-9-8)
Henrik Juel: Key gives two flights
C+ by Popeye 4.61 (2018-9-8)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (34457)
Genre: 2#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
82 - P1049435
Frideswide F. Rowland
Chess Blossoms 1883
2. Platz
P1049435
(9+5)
#2
1. Sc2!
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BS Problemid: 34463
Authors: Beechey, Frideswide F
Sources: Chess Blossoms 1883
Years: 0000
Beechey ist der Mädchenname von Mrs. Rowland
Martin Ramsauer: Reprint: 728, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 27/01/1882, S. 507. Dort wird als Quelle angegeben:
2. Preis Jamaica Journal Problem Tourney 1881

1. Sc2! droht 2. Dd4#
1. ... Sxc2 2. Dg7#
1. ... Sc6 2. Dg7#
1. ... Kxf4 2. De3#
1. ... Kf6 2. Dg7#
1. ... Kd6 2. Dc7#
1. ... Ke4 2. De3# (2018-9-9)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (34463)
Genre: 2#
Reprints: 684 Wiener Hausfrauen-Zeitung 5, p. 41, 31/01/1892
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Felber, Volker, 2011-10-12 more...
83 - P1049533
Joseph William Abbott
Enigma 18 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 348, 20/12/1872
P1049533
(5+4)
#3
1. Dc8! droht 2. Sb4+ Ke4 3. Dg4#
2. ... Kd2 3. Dd7#, 3. Dc1#, 3. Dc2#, 3. Dd8#
1. ... Kc4 2. Scd4+ Kd3 3. Dc2#
2. ... Kd5 3. Dc6#
2. ... Kb4 3. Dc3#
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (34562), Battery creation
Genre: 3#
Reprints: 121 Chess Problems 1887
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-10 more...
84 - P1049547
Joseph William Abbott
328 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 132, 13/10/1876
P1049547
(7+6) C+
#3
1. Sd5! droht 2. Sf6#, 2. De3#, 2. De2#, 2. Dg2#
1. ... Lg7+ 2. Tf6 droht 3. Dg2#
2. ... Kxd5 3. Dd4#
2. ... Lxf6+ 3. Sxf6#
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (34576)
Genre: 3#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Reprints: Canadian Illustrated News 324 1881
121 Chess Problems [Abbott] 1887
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-13 more...
85 - P1049551
Joseph William Abbott

P1049551
(8+7)
#3

BS Problemid: 34580
Authors: Abbott, Joseph William
Sources: 121 Chess Problems 1887
Years: 0000
Martin Ramsauer: Urdruck: 617, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 17/12/1880, p. 362

1. Ld8! (Zugzwang)
1. ... c3 2. Sd3+ Kd4,Ke4 3. Dxg4#
1. ... d4 2. Lc7+ Kf6 3. De6#, 3. Se4#
2. ... Td6 3. De6#
1. ... Kd4 2. Dg7+ Tf6 3. Lxf6#, 3. Dxf6#
2. ... Txg7 3. Lf6#
1. ... Ta6,Tb6 2. Dg7+ Kd6 3. Df6#, 3. Dc7#
2. ... Kf5 3. Dxg5#
2. ... Tf6 3. Dxf6#
1. ... Tc6 2. Dxc6 droht 3. Df6#
2. ... d4 3. De6#
Dual 2. Dg7+ Kd6 3. Df6#, 3. De7#
2. ... Kf5 3. Dxg5#
2. ... Tf6 3. Dxf6#
1. ... Td6 2. Dg7+ Kf5 3. Dxg5#
2. ... Tf6 3. Dxf6#
1. ... Te6 2. Dxe6+ Kd4 3. Lf6#, 3. Df6#
Dual 2. Dg7+ Kd6 3. Dc7#
2. ... Kf5 3. Dxg5#
2. ... Tf6 3. Dxf6#
1. ... Tf6 2. Lxf6+ Kxf6 3. De6#
1. ... Tg8 2. De6+ Kd4 3. Lf6#, 3. Df6#
Dual 2. De7+ Kd4 3. Df6#
2. ... Kf5 3. Df6#, 3. De6#
Dual 2. Lf6+ Kxf6 3. De6#
1. ... Tg7 2. De6+ Kd4 3. Lf6#, 3. Df6#
Dual 2. Dxg7+ Kd6 3. Df6#, 3. Dc7#
2. ... Kf5 3. Df6#, 3. Dxg5#
Dual 2. Lc7+ Kd4 3. Dxg7#
2. ... Kf6 3. De6#
Dual 2. Lf6+ Kxf6 3. De6#
1. ... Txh6 2. Dg7+ Kd6 3. Dc7#
2. ... Kf5 3. Dxg5#
2. ... Tf6 3. Dxf6#

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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (34580)
Genre: 3#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
86 - P1049556
Joseph William Abbott

P1049556
(9+8)
#3

BS Problemid: 34585
Authors: Abbott, Joseph William
Sources: 121 Chess Problems 1887
Years: 0000
Martin Ramsauer: Urdruck: 677, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 15/07/1881, p. 462

1. Dg8! droht 2. Dc4#
1. ... e2 2. Dc4+ Ke3 3. Sd5#
Dual 2. Dd5 droht 3. Df3#, 3. Tc3#
2. ... Ke3 3. Df3#
2. ... Le4 3. Dxe4#, 3. Tc3#
2. ... Lg4 3. De4#, 3. Tc3#
2. ... Te8 3. Tc3#
1. ... Txg8 2. Td7 droht 3. Tc3#
2. ... Lxd7 3. Le4#

Dual nach 1. ... e2 (2018-9-8)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (34585)
Genre: 3#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
87 - P1049579
Michael Schneider
6808 Die Schwalbe 02-03/1943
Jahresturnier 1942-43
1. Preis
P1049579
(8+10) C+
#3
1. Sb3? Lxb3!
1. Sb7? Txb7!
1. Kg1! droht 2. Df6+ Txf6 3. Sg7#
1. ... Lf5 2. Sb7 Txb7 3. Dxd6#
1. ... f5 2. Sb3 Lxb3 3. De3#
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Felber, Volker: 02/1985, Nachruf der Schwalbe zu Michael Schneider (2018-9-11)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (34608)
Genre: 3#
Computer test: H. Juel: Popeye 4.61
Reprints: 6808 Die Schwalbe , p. 60, 07-08/1947
FIDE Album 1914-1944/II 1972
Die Schwalbe 91, p. 402, 02/1985
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
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88 - P1050249
William Timbrell Pierce
580 English Chess Problems , p. 101, 1876
P1050249
(9+4)
#3
1. Da8! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Ke4 2. Sdf6+ Kd3 3. Dxa6#
2. ... Kf5 3. De4#
1. ... Kg4 2. Sdf6+ Kh3 3. Dh1#
2. ... Kf5 3. De4#
2. ... Kxh4 3. Dh1#
1. ... Kg6 2. Sdf6 Kf5 3. De4#
2. ... Kf7 3. De8#
Dual 2. Dg8+ Kf5 3. Sg3#
2. ... Kxh5 3. Dg5#
1. ... Ke6 2. Sdf6 Kf5 3. De4#
2. ... Kf7,Ke7 3. De8#
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Cook: Dual
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (35282)
Genre: 3#
Reprints: Westminster Papers 1876
304 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 51, 24/03/1876
Deutsche Schachzeitung , p. 231, 08-09/1876
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
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89 - P1050253
Robert Braune
3050 Schachzeitung 10/1870
P1050253
(7+8)
#3
1. Da8! droht 2. Da1 ... 3. Sc5#, 3. Dd4#, 3. Db1#
2. ... d4 3. Dxd4#
2. ... Lxb5 3. Sc5#
2. ... Lxd7 3. Dd4#
2. Da7 droht 3. De3#, 3. Dd4#
2. ... d4 3. Dxd4#
2. ... Lxb5 3. De3#
1. ... d4 2. Kd2 droht 3. Tf1#, 3. Tf2#, 3. Txf6#
2. ... Kd5 3. Tf5#
2. ... f5 3. Tf1#, 3. Tf2#
1. ... Lxb5 2. Dxd5+ Kxd5 3. Td3#
1. ... Lxd7 2. Dxd5+ Kxd5 3. Tf5#
1. ... Lxa8,Lb7 2. Kd2 droht 3. Tf1#, 3. Tf2#, 3. Txf6#
2. ... f5 3. Tf1#, 3. Tf2#
1. ... Td6 2. Dxe8+ Te6 3. Dxe6#
1. ... f5 2. Da1 droht 3. Sc5#, 3. Dd4#, 3. Db1#
2. ... d4 3. Dxd4#
2. ... f4 3. Db1#
2. ... Lxb5 3. Sc5#
2. ... Lxd7 3. Dd4#
1. ... Sd6 2. Da1 droht 3. Sc5#, 3. Dd4#, 3. Db1#
2. ... d4 3. Dxd4#
2. ... Lxb5 3. Sc5#
2. ... Lxd7 3. Dd4#
2. ... Sxb5 3. Sc5#
2. ... Sf5 3. Sc5#, 3. Db1#
2. ... Sb7 3. Dd4#, 3. Db1#
1. ... Sg7 2. Da1 droht 3. Sc5#, 3. Dd4#, 3. Db1#
2. ... d4 3. Dxd4#
2. ... Lxb5 3. Sc5#
2. ... Lxd7 3. Dd4#
2. ... Sf5 3. Sc5#, 3. Db1#
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Henrik Juel: Correct key by Popeye 4.61, but damaged by double threat and many mate duals (2018-8-28)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (35286)
Genre: 3#
Reprints: 151 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 263, 22/05/1874
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-11 more...
90 - P1050617
August von Cywinski de Puchalla
45 Illustrirtes Familien-Journal (Leipzig) 212 1857
P1050617
(8+5)
#5
1. Tf5? droht 2. Tc5+ Lxc5 3. d5#, aber 1. ... Lxd4!
1. Tf8! droht 2. Tc8+
1. ... Lc7 2. Tf3 La5 3. Tf5 ... 4. Tc5+
Dual 3. d5+
2. Tf5? Le5!
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Diese Problem hat einen dreizügigen Hauptplan, nämlich 1. Tf5? mit der Folge 2. Tc5+ Lxc5 3. d5#. Sofortiges Tf5, wie auch 1. Tf1 oder Tf3, würde offensichtlich durch 1. ...Lxd4! widerlegt werden. Daher muss man den Läufer mittels 1. Tf8 Lc7 von dem Angriffsobjekt ablenken. Nun geht aber Tf5 wieder nicht an, weil dem Läufer die neue Verteidigung Le5 zu Gebote steht. Erst nach abermaliger Ablenkung 2. Tf3 La5 kann endlich der Hauptplan vonstatten gehen. Leider gibt es im dritten Zug den Dual 3. d5+
Henrik Juel: Correct key by Popeye 4.61, but ruined by duals (2018-8-22)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (35654)
Genre: n#
Reprints: Schach [KdF] , p. 67, 05/1938
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-10 more...
91 - P1051078
Michael Schneider
134 Chemnitzer Tageblatt 19/07/1925
P1051078
(7+11) C+
#3
1. Ld4! droht 2. Sf2#
1. ... cxd4+ 2. Kd2 d3 3. Sc3#
1. ... exd4+ 2. Kc4 Ke5 3. De7#
2. ... g5 3. Df5#
2. ... Tf8 3. Dd5#
1. ... Txd4 2. Sg1 Td3+ 3. cxd3#
2. ... Tc4+ 3. Dxc4#
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Mario Richter: Die Autoren-Tabelle der PDB kennt zwei Michaels Schneider (beide mit identischen Lebensdaten) - welcher ist der richtige? (2018-8-23)
Alfred Pfeiffer: Es ist höchstwahrscheinlich derselbe Autor: "https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johann_Bernhard_Michael_Schneider".
In der PDB sind alle seine Probleme bei 'Michael Schneider' eingetragen, keines als 'Johann Bernhard Michael Schneider'. (2018-9-11)
Felber, Volker: In 'Schach des Chemnitzer Tageblattes' ist Michael Schneider, Würzburg, abgegeben. (2018-9-11)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (36117)
Genre: 3#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Reprints: 72 Brandenburgische Schachzeitung 01/1926
641 FIDE Album 1914-1944/II 1972
179 Schach des Chemnitzer Tageblattes , p. 136, 1998
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Felber, Volker, 2018-9-11 more...
92 - P1052254


P1052254
(6+6)
#2

BS Problemid: 37296
Authors: af Geyersstam, Fritz
Sources: 96 Schackproblem 1908
Years: 0000
Martin Ramsauer: Urdruck: 686, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 12/08/1881, p. 558

1. Da1! droht 2. Df1#
1. ... Sb1,Sxc2 2. Da8#
1. ... Kxg2 2. Le4#
1. ... Lxg2 2. Dd1#

Linienöffnung (2018-9-8)
Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61 (2018-9-8)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (37296)
Genre: 2#
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
93 - P1053803
Bernhard Horwitz
91 Leipziger Illustrirte Zeitung 01/11/1845
P1053803
(8+5) C+
#4
1. a3+ Kc4 2. Lh3 Kxd4 3. Lf1 Kc4 4. e3#
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (38848)
Genre: n#
Reprints: 95 The Illustrated London News 15/11/1845
260 Chess Player's Chronicle 12/1845
Enigma 6 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 50, 27/09/1872
175 Beispiele zur Ideengeschichte des Schachproblems 1982
Schach in Zeitungen des 19. Jahrhunderts , p. 171, 2014
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-11 more...
94 - P1053814
Samuel Loyd
1250 The Illustrated London News 08/02/1868
P1053814
(7+8)
#4
1. Db2! droht 2. Dc3 ... 3. Dxb4+ Ka6 4. Ld3#, 4. Lc8#, 4. Db5#
2. ... bxc3 3. b4+ Ka4 4. Lc2#, 4. Ld7#
3. ... Ka6 4. Lc8#
2. Dxa3+ bxa3 3. b4+ Ka4 4. Lc2#, 4. Ld7#
3. ... Ka6 4. Lc8#
1. ... Sh2,Sg3 2. Dxa3+ bxa3 3. b4+ Ka4 4. Lc2#, 4. Ld7#
3. ... Ka6 4. Lc8#
1. ... Sxe3,Sd2 2. Dxa3+ bxa3 3. b4+ Ka4 4. Ld7#
3. ... Ka6 4. Lc8#
1. ... Tg6,Tg2 2. Dxa3+ bxa3 3. b4+ Ka4 4. Lc2#
3. ... Ka6 4. Lc8#
1. ... Tg4 2. Dxa3+ bxa3 3. b4+ Ka4 4. Lc2#, 4. Ld7#
3. ... Ka6 4. Lc8#
1. ... axb2 2. a3 droht 3. axb4+ Ka6 4. Lc8#
2. ... bxa3 3. b4+ Ka4 4. Lc2#
3. ... Ka6 4. Lc8#
2. ... Ka6 3. Lc8+ Ka5 4. axb4#
1. ... Ka6 2. Lc8+ Ka5 3. De2 droht 4. Da6#, 4. Db5#
3. ... Tg6 4. Db5#
3. ... a6 4. Dxa6#
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Mattduale in mehreren Varianten
= P1048663, aufgepeppt durch ein D-Opfer
Henrik Juel: I just saw
1... Ka6 2.Lc8+ Ka5 3.De2 thr. 4.Da6,Db5# (late double threat)
so my conclusion should be
Correct key by Popeye 4.61, but slightly damaged by double threats and mate duals (2018-8-31)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (38860)
Genre: n#
Reprints: 319 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 446, 07/07/1876
29 Chess Strategy [Loyd] 1878
189 Sam Loyd and his Chess Problems 1913
189 Sam Loyd und seine Schachaufgaben 1926
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-13 more...
95 - P1054169
Arthur Cyril Pearson
197 The English Mechanic and World of Science , p. 211, 06/11/1874
P1054169
(6+5) C+
#4
1. Ta1 Sxa1 2. b4 Sb3 3. Td4+ Sxd4 4. c4#
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Felber, Volker: a1==h1, Alan J. Godbout, Matou, 1991 (2011-3-17)
Felber, Volker: Godbout gespiegelt unter P1284067 (2014-3-18)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (39215)
Genre: n#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Reprints: 406 English Chess Problems 1876
Deutsche Schachzeitung , p. 200, 07/1876
87 One Hundred Chess Problems (Pearson) 1879
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-11 more...
96 - P1056586
Jan Dobrusky
Humoristicke listy 1875
P1056586
(7+3) C+
#3
1. Lh8 Kxf5 2. Kg7 Ke5 3. Kg6#
1. ... Kh7 2. Tf6 Kxh8 3. Th6#
1. ... Kh6 2. Kf7 Kh7 3. Th5#
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Martin Ramsauer: Reprint: Schach-Echo 01/1936, Umschlag-Innenseite (Artikel "Ein Königs-Inder" von Emil Ramin) (2018-8-23)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (41641)
Genre: 3#
Computer test: Popeye 4.61
Reprints: 1006 Wiener Hausfrauen-Zeitung 15, p. 122, 10/04/1898
60 Postimees 11/03/1923
Schach-Echo 01/1936
Deutsche Schachzeitung , p. 189, 1986
E49 Problemkiste (173/174) 11/2007
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2018-9-11 more...
97 - P1056943
Philipp von Klett
Sonntags-Blatt für Schach-Freunde 1861
P1056943
(6+3)
#3
1. Ld5! (Zugzwang)
1. ... Kxf6 2. Td8 Ke5 3. Lg7#
2. ... Ke7 3. Lg5#
2. ... Kg6 3. Td6#
1. ... Kxh6 2. Kf5 Kh5 3. Txh7#
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Martin Ramsauer: Reprint: 450, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 15/11/1878, S. 260. (2018-9-2)
Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61 (2018-9-2)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (41999)
Genre: 3#
Reprints: 19 Oesterreichisch-ungarische militärische Blätter 16/06/1875
8 Schachprobleme [Klett] 1878
56 Sammlung leichterer Schachaufgaben I 1881
154 Arbeiter-Schachzeitung (Chemnitz) 10, p. 158, 10/1913
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Mario Richter, 2017-11-1 more...
98 - P1056945
Philipp von Klett
11 Schachprobleme [Klett] , p. 65, 1878
P1056945
(5+6)
#3
1. Sd5 h4 2. Sc3! Kf3,Kf5 3. Dxh3#
2. ... f5 3. Se5#
2. ... Sg5,S~ 3. Df4#
1. ... Kf5 2. Df2+ Kg4 3. Se3#
2. ... Ke4 3. Sc3#
1. ... f5 2. Se5+ Kh4 3. Df2#
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'DAZ' 26.10.1924: "Der 1. Zug droht Matt in allen Fällen, wo der shw. K, Bf6 oder der S zieht. Um das zu vermeiden, zieht Bh5. Nun stellt aber Weiß die Anfangsstellung wieder her, und Schwarz muß, nachdem er sich das Feld h4 versperrt hat, selber ins Mattnetz laufen."
Martin Ramsauer: Reprint: 694, The English Mechanic and World of Science, 09/09/1881, S. 24 (2018-9-9)
Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61, except for the trial 1... Kh4 2.Se3,Sf2,Df2 (2018-9-9)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (42001)
Genre: 3#
Reprints: 186 La Ilustracion artistica , p. 178, 12/03/1900
366 Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung 24/08/1924
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Alfred Pfeiffer, 2017-7-6 more...
99 - P1058782
Milan R. Vukcevich
6. WCCT 1996-2000
2. Platz
P1058782
(7+14)
#5

BS Problemid: 43845
Authors: Vukcevic, Milan R
Sources: Die Schwalbe 2001
StrateGems 2002
Years: 1996-2000
Sally: °
1. Lxe3+? - dxe3, 2. Te5+ - Sxe5, 3. Se4+ - Txe4!
1. Se4+?? - dxe4, 2. Sxe3+- dxc3, 3. Se5+ - Dxe5!
1. Te5+?? - Sxe5, 2. Se4+ - dxe4, 3. Lxe3+; 4. Txc3!
Lösung:
1. Kh2! (droht 2. Dg1#) - Da1,
2. Se4+ (A) - dxe4,
3. Lxe3+(B) - dxe3,
4. Te5+ (C) - Sxe5,
5. Dd8#.
1. ....... - Tb1,
2. Lxe3+(B) - dxe3,
3. Te5+ (C) - Sxc5,
4. Se4+ (A) - dxe4,
5. Dd8#.
dieses Problem ist schwer zu lösen, aber die Zeit die dafür aufgewendet wird, wird reichlich belohnt, wenn man sieht, wie sich dieses Meisterwerk entfaltet.
Ein atemberaubende Schlüsselzug 1. Kh2! mit der Drohung
2. Dg1#. Wenn schwarz einen seiner Türme auf die Grundlinie zieht, entfernt er aber die Wächter der 3. 4.
und 5. Reihe, (2018-9-24)
Henrik Juel: C+ by Popeye 4.61 (2018-9-24)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (43845)
Genre: n#
Reprints: Die Schwalbe 2001
StrateGems 2002
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
Last update: Felber, Volker, 2011-3-22 more...
100 - P1060619
Gerd Rinder
3345 Die Schwalbe 67 02/1981
2. Preis
1. Halbjahr
P1060619
(10+9)
#2
1. Seg6? droht 2. Dxe4#
1. ... Kxc6 2. Dc5#
1. ... exd3!
1. Tc7? droht 2. Dc5#
1. ... Kxd6 2. Dd4#
1. ... Txf8!
1. Lc5! droht 2. Dd4#
1. ... Kxe5 2. Dxe4#
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Sally: °
Zyklischer Pseudo-Le-Grand mit immerhin einheitlichen Paraden. (2018-8-30)
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Keywords: Brian Stephenson Collection (45698), Pseudo-Le Grand theme
Genre: 2#
Reprints: II Caissas Schloßbewohner 1 1983
3345 Die Schwalbe 84, p. 186, 12/1983
187 FIDE Album 1980-1982 1988
Input: Brian Stephenson, 2004-8-12
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