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Old August 31st 04, 09:53 AM
W T Harvey
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Default Chess Puzzles - Sept 1st

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) White mates in 4, Erik Andersen vs
Hilse, The Hague, 1928 r3rk2/5pR1/pp1q1P1p/8/3p3P/P2B4/1P1Q2b1/1K6 w -
- 0 1

b) Janos Balogh vs F Redeleit, corr.,
1928 r1b2rk1/ppq2pp1/2n1p3/3pP1B1/3p3Q/P7/1PP2PP1/RN2R1K1 w - - 0 1

c) Alexander Alekhine vs Stickgold,
Warsaw, 1928 r3rnkq/1p6/2pRbpn1/p1P1p2Q/P1B1P1NP/6P1/1P3P2/2R4K w - -
0 1

d) Argunov vs Gossberg, Orenburg, 1928
rnq1k1r1/pbpp1p2/1p2pBpQ/b3P2p/2PP4/6R1/P4PPP/3K1BNR w - - 0 1

e) Erik Andersen vs Joseph Lokvenc, The
Hague, 1928 r2q1r1k/pb2b1pp/4Q3/2pp4/2n5/P4N2/1PB2PPP/R1B2RK1 w - - 0

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