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For an article and examples see feenschach 182,p.297ff. (www.feenschach.de)

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Addresses:

Dr Klaus Wenda, Rasumofskygasse 28, A-1030 WIEN

or klaus.wenda(AT)chello.at.

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While examples of the official announcement was more aimed at retro problems, below I have selected a few forward problems of all kinds. What do they have in common? Seemingly it is limited material on one side, thereby requiring this way of another the visit of the magic square. This is underlined by the pair of the only problems with magic squares on CCM until now, namely #2 by Albert H. Kniest (single wQ in the diagram position) and h#3 by Juraj Lörinc (white Rex Solus).

Albert H. KniestDiagramme und Figuren 1964 |
1.Qb5 Gb4 2.Qc4 Gd4(b) 3.Qe6(w) Qd7 4.Gd8 Qc8+ 5.Gb8 Qa6# |

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h#5 (1+2) Magic squares d4, e6 1+0 grasshopper |

Richard Forsterdedicated to P. Kniest - 50 Feenschach 1964 |
1.Bc7(w) Bb8 2.Rc7(w) f5 3.Ke5 Rc4# |

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h#3 (3+4) Magic square c7 2.1.1.1.1.1 |

Thomas KuhnDie Schwalbe 1969 |
1.d4(b)! d3 2.a4 d2(w) 3.d4(b) d3 4.a5 d2(w) 5.d4(b) d3 6.a6 d2(w) 7.d4(b) d3 8.a7 d2(w)
9.d4(b) d3 10.a8Q d2(w) 11.d4(b) d3 12.Qf3 d2(w) 13.Rd4(b)+ Rg4 14.Bh4 Kxh4 15.Qxh6+ Sxh6# |

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s#15 (7+5) Magic squares d2, d4 |

Kjell Widlert2nd HM A. H. Kniest MT 1983-85 |
1.Kd6! zz |

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#3 (6+6) Magic square f7 |

Theodor TauberRex Multiplex 1983 |
1.Bc6? th. 2.Qe6# |

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#2 (10+7) Magic squares c5, d5 |

Narayan Shankar Ramin memoriam A.H. Kniest 5th HM feenschach 1985 |
1.Rb5? zz |

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#2 (4+6) Magic squares c4, c6, c8, e1 grasshopper e6 |

Ruud R.A. Beugelsdijkfeenschach 1985 |
1.f1Q 2.Qf7 3.Qd5(w) Qb7= |

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ser-h=3 (4+2) Magic square d5 4.1.1.1 |

Jean-Michel TrillonPhénix 1990 |
1.Kg1 c8S 2.Kh2 Se7(b) 3.Sf5 g4 4.Sg3 g5 5.Sh1 g6(b) 6.g5 f4 7.g4 f5 8.g3 f6(b)
9.f5 d4 10.f4 d5 11.f3 d6 12.f2 d7(b) 13.d5+ Kd3 14.d4 Ke2 15.d3+ Kf1== |

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h==15 (7+1) Magic squares d7, e7, f6, g6 |

Comments to
Juraj Lörinc.

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