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Draughts.

PROBTIEM 19. By A. Fayno, PondonBlack.

Black to play and win

Black 14. 19, Kings T, 15, 27 White S, 26, 28. Kings 1, 21. Very Neat. as® Mr Scott's Correction of Mr .1. P. Grey’s Problem. Mr Scott sends in further play from position as loft in week before last. Black kings 15 IS 22 : White, 21. kings 8 9. Continue S-12 15-11 9- 18-1.4 5-1 22-1.7 1-5 17-13 5-1 13-9 1-5 9-6 5-1. 14-10 1-5 6-1 5-9 10- 9-14 1-5 a 21-17 5-1 17-13 117 12-8, drawn. (a) If 15-19 14-10 19-23 21-17, drawn. It will be remembered that Mr Scott has promised a “ Lee's Guide” to anyone that will show a ‘■‘black win” from this position. The terms in the book are “black to play and win.” The only play sent in at present is from M. O’Byrne, who plavs 23-26 from last move, and continues 17-14 1.5 10-6 26-22 6-1 2218 14-10 5-9 1-5 18-14, black wins. as® SOLUTION. PROBLEM IS. Black 3 4 9 13 17 White 5 625 29, king on 1. Black to play and win—l 7-21 2522, 13-17 22-13 <l-8 6-2 8-11 13-6 3-7, black wins. as® H. Robins —Your solution of above is correct. P. E. Jordan and S. Horan —Am pleased to receive your solutions ; both correct. Would like to receive some play from you on Mr Scott’s.

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Draughts., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 18, 17 August 1907

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Draughts. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 18, 17 August 1907

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