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Old July 15th 03, 03:26 AM
W T Harvey
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Default Chess Puzzles

Here are some puzzles taken from the chess games of strong players of
the early 20th century. Except where noted, it's "White to Move and

a) http://wtharvey.com/jul15a.jpg White Mates in 3, Max Euwe vs Lohr,
Amsterdam, 1923

b) http://wtharvey.com/jul15b.jpg White Mates in 5, Blake vs Hooke,
London, 1923

c) http://wtharvey.com/jul15c.jpg Erik Andersen vs T Borjesson,
Goteborg, 1923

d) http://wtharvey.com/jul15d.jpg Alexander Alekhine vs Edmund
Spencer, Liverpool, 1923

e) http://wtharvey.com/jul15e.jpg A. Alekhine vs West, Portsmouth,

Solutions are posted at the top of http://wtharvey.com/prodex.html


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