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CHESS

[Conducted by J.H.F.H.] The Otago Chess Club meet for play at the rooms. Princes st reel south. Dunedin, daiiy at noon, and every Monday. Wednesday, and Saturday evenin'? at, 8 o'clock. TO CORRESPONDENTS. " F.K.K," Well) stem, —Many thanks for report. an communications must bo addressed "Chess Editor,” ‘ Evening Star.’ PROBLEM No. 786. (By T. R. Dawson.) Black, 9 pieces.

AVhite, 5 pieces. White to play and mate in two moves. 8 ; 2Ktopl; sppl j p4krkt; pSR3 ; KktsP ; 8; 186. SOLUTION OF PROBLEM No. 782 j Key-move: B-B 3. GAME No. 935. Played in the recent chess match by telegraph between the Otago and Oamaru Chess Clubs :

Scotch Gambit. AVhite, S. S. Myers; Black, ——. 1 P-K 4 P-K 4 2 Kt-K B 3 Kt-Q B S 3 P-Q 4 P x P 4 B-Q B 4 B-Q B 4 5 Kt-K Kt 5 Kt>R 5 6 B x P cb Kt x B 7 Kt x Kt K x Kt 8 Q-R 5 ch P-Kt 3 9 Q x B P-Q 3 10 Q-Q Kt 5 Q-R 5 11 Kt-Q 2 R-B sq 12 Oastles Kt-K 4 13 Q-Q 5 ch (a) K-K 2 14 Q x Q P P-Q Kt 3 15 Kt-Q B 4 (b) Kt-K Kt 5 16 P-K R 3 Q-K B 3 to) 17 Q x Q Kt x Q 18 P-K 5 Cd) Kt-K sq 19 B-Kt 5 oh K-Q 2 20 P x P B-R 3 21 Kt-K 5 ch K i P 22 Q R-Q sq ch te) K-K 3 23 K B-K sq R-B 4 24 Kt x P ch K-B 2 25 Kt.-K 5 ch K-Kt »q 26 P-K B 4 Kt-Q 3 27 Kt-Q B 8 R-B 2 28 R-K 7 B-Q Kt. 4 29 R x R Kt x R 30 Kt-K 7 ch K-B sq 31 Kt-Q 5 P-Q B 4 32 Kt-Q B 7 B-K 7 33 R-K sq Kt x B 34 Kt xit (f) Resigns. (a) Clover play, which wins a pawn. (b) A move with great possibilities. (c) Probably Black’s best continuation. (d) The commencement of a fine combination for a win. (e) If king takes knight, mate follows in two moves. A problem position. (f) An interesting game, and real chess.

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CHESS, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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CHESS Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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