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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
Win".

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,
1923

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

WH
 




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