Last summer I had solved, just because of the curiosity, a few originals in the American magazine. Usually, when I receive any magazine, I go quickly through it, then I study articles in detail. This first going thgrough includes looking at the originals, whether there are some by my favourite composers, looking promisingly or strangely or using some of my favourite fairy elements. In StrateGems 26 I have found much more of these than are shown below, here are those that I solved either by my brain or using computer.

Miroslav SuboticT0452 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
1...Kd2 2.Ra4# |

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#2 (10+5) |

Rauf AliovsadzadeT0462 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
1.g4? th. 2.Rf5#, Re6#, Sc4# |

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#2 (12+9) |

Mike PrcicM0355 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
1.a4! th. 2.Qb7+ Kc4 3.Qb5# |

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#3 (10+12) |

Valentin RudenkoViktor Melnichenko M0356 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
1.Ba3! th. 2.Se6+ |

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#3 (13+9) |

Arieh GrinblatM0357 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
1.f4! th. 2.f5+ gxf5 3.Sc5#, Bd5#, d5# |

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#3 (11+13) |

Dijan KostadinovS0285 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
1.Qf1! th. 2.Rf6+ Ke7 2.Re6+ dxe6# |

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s#3 (12+8) |

Zivko JanevskiS0286 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
1.Qc3! th.2.Qd4+ Rxd4 3.Sf4+ Rxf4# |

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s#3 (13+7) |

Michal DragounH0898 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
1.Rxd3 Bxf8 2.Bd4 Kd7# |

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h#2 (4+8) 2.1.1.1 |

Unto HeinonenH0902 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
1.Sxb5 Rxe4 2.Rdxe4 Bxd5# |

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h#2 (8+9) 3.1.1.1 |

Christer JonssonH0903 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
a) 1.Rf5 Rf6 2.Bxe3 Rxf5# |

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h#2 (6+11) b) a6 «-» f1 |

Zoltán LaborcziH0909 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
a) 1.Qd4 fxe6 2.Bxe6 Bxb7 3.Bd5 Ba6# |

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h#3 (6+9) b) c4 -» f1 |

Christer JonssonRolf Wiehagen H0911 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
a) 1.Sxf4 Sd3 2.Sxe2 Bxe2 3.Qb6 Sc5# |

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h#3 (6+12) b) wRg4 |

Dan MeinkingH0917 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
1.Kb7 Kd3 2.Ka6 Be2 3.f1B Kc4 4.Bg2 Bd3 5.Bb7 Kb4# |

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h#5 (3+3) |

Ion MurarasuH0918 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
1.Sd5 d3 2.Qe7+ Kg6 3.Qe6+ Kg5 4.e4 Bc5+ 5.Ke5 d4# |

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h#5 (3+6) 2.1.1... |

Mario ParrinelloH0919 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
1.Ra5 a4 2.Rd5 a5 3.Bh2 a6 4.Qg3 a7 5.Qb8 axb8Q 6.Be5 Qb4# |

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h#6 (2+8) |

Daniel NovomeskyC0103 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
1.Sa7 2.Rc5 3.Kc6 4.Kb6 5.Rb5 Bc7# |

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ser-h#5 (3+5) 2 solutions |

Kostas PrentosC0104 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
a) 1.Ke2 2.Kd1 3.Sd2 4.Sb1 5.Ke2 6.Kf3 7.Qe2 Qg3# |

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ser-h#7 (4+11) b) -pd3 |

Daniel NovomeskyC0105 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
1.Bf3 2.Bh5 3.Bg5 4.Rh4 5.Re4 6.Sg4 7.Rf2 8.Rf6 9.Kf5 10.Ree6
11.Se5 12.Bg4 e4# |

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ser-h#12 (4+6) |

Janos BuglosF0458 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
a) 1.Rc5 f4 2.Qxe5 Qxa6# |

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h#2 (6+9) Madrasi b) d5 -» g4 |

Joost de HeerF0460 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
1.c8R 2.hxg8Q 3.fxe8S(Qd8) 4.exd8B= |

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ser-=4 (6+3) Circe |

Yves CheylanF0466 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
1.Gg8? th. 2.Gxg3 Sxd3# |

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r#2 (8+18) 5+0 grasshopper, 0+5 bishopper, 0+2 rookhopper |

Reto AschwandenF0467 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
1.LIb3? |

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#2 (14+12) 1+0 lion, 5+3 rook lion, 2+5 bishop lion |

Dijan KostadinovF0468 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
1.LEb3 PAd7 2.LEg8 LEa7# |

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h#2 (9+4) 4+1 leo, 2+0 pao, 0+1 vao 3.1.1.1 |

Marko YlijokiF0469 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
1.Sxf4 BRg6 2.Ke4 BRg2# |

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h#2 (8+8) bishop-rook hunter e4, rook-bishop hunter d4 6.1.1.1 |

Chris J. FeatherF0471 StrateGems 26 - Apr-Jun 2004 |
1...Rb7# |

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ser-h#25 (5+2) 2+1 grasshopper |

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Juraj Lörinc.

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