RxPf Kd Ktf f Kcl Ktef Kc Ktf f

8 Bd3t!, K x B ; 9 b8 (Q), R x Q = ) ; 7 Bd5f, KxB;

8 b8 (Q), Ba4f; g Kci, R x Q; stalemate, or if 8 ,

935—This beautiful old classic is demolished by the startling

2 , Kb7 !! wins, whilst 2 , K x Kt, in the original solution, only draws.

io53—Cooked by i B x f6. The author amends by placing the Knight d5 on "dß." The solution remains the same.

1090—Cooked by: 1 g3f, Kh5; 2 g4f, KxP; 3 f7, Qbi ; 4 f8 (Q), Ba3f! and if 4 Kte5f, Kh5; 5 Kt x P, Q x B draws. The author amends by placing the white pawn g2 on "g3" and the black King on "g4." The solution is one move shorter starting with 1 f7 etc.

1123—Cooked by Klaman : 2 , Q x Kt; 3 f8 (Q), Q x Pf with perpetual check. Amend by placing a white pawn on "a4."

1182—Cooked by 6 b3 !; 7 P x P, RxB; 8 Qa8f, Ra2

draws. Amended by the author as follows : Place the white Queen on "a7," replace the black pawn I15 by a white one and add a black pawn on "g7." The solution remains the same.

Narodni Listy," 1905. 1887.

Richard Reti. T. B. Gorgiev,

Kagan's " Neueste " Chess," 1936. Nachrichten," 1921.

5 6 Henri Rinck. J. Dobias.

Schweizerische "Narodni Listy," 1926.

Schachzeitung," 1922.

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Richard Reti & Dr. A. Mandler " Tidskrift," 1921.

N. D. Grigoriev. Schachmatny Listok," 1925.

Dr. H. Neustadtl, Prague.

J. Crum, Glasgow.

A. Kramer. 'Deutsche Tageszeitung,' 1922.

A. Kramer. 'Deutsche Tageszeitung,' 1922.

Dr. A. Mandler. Prager Presse," 1929.

Dr. A. Mandler. Prager Presse," 1929.

T. B. Gorgiev. Mention. " Ceskoslovensky Sach," 1930.

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Richard Réti. " Réti's Endspielstudien," 1928.

K. A. L. Kubbel. Schachmatny Listok," 1922.

J. Pallas. Ceskoslovensky Sach.' 1933.

A. S. Selesniev. " Deutsches Wochenschach," 1918.

H. Mattison. " Deutsches Wochenschach," 1918.

Richard Réti. Berliner Tageblatt," 1923.

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Rigaer Tageblatt," 1894. "British Chess Mag." 1922.

Berliner Tageblatt

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28 Rijen," 1924. II. Pr. "64," 1930.

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N. D. Grigoriev. " Schachmatny," 1923.

O. Duras. " Ceskoslovensky Sach," 1927

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