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MatPlus.Net Forum General Problemas - July 2018, issue n. 23
 
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(1) Posted by Joaquim Crusats [Sunday, Jul 1, 2018 15:30]

Problemas - July 2018, issue n. 23


Problemas - July 2018, issue n. 23

You are welcome to download the new issue of Problemas, the bulletin of the Spanish Society of Chess Problemists (SEPA), at the Society’s web page: http://sepa64.blogspot.com.es/p/revista-problemas-nueva-epoca.html. The issue contains an article by Grigory Popov about knight Rundlaufs and the third part of Linden Lyon’s series on reflexmates. The July 2018 issue (n.23) consists of 32 pages with a total of 129 diagrams (including 39 originals), with the following contents:

David Joseph o la fama por una única composición (A.Ordás)
Seleccción de finales (P.Cañizares)
Tema Lačný (J.A.Coello)
“Chess problems out of the box”, una reseña (J.Crusats)
Memorial Rafael Candela (#2 y h#2) (Redacción)
Rundlauf коня (Г.Попов)
Opciones de restauración (4): gemelos (M.Uris)
Recompensas (I.Zurutuza)
Anticipación (J.A.Coello)
Revisión y pulido de obras propias (L.Gómez)
Ejercicio de reconstrucción nº 23 (J.A.Coello)
Introducción a las piezas de fantasía (P.Cañizares)
Reflexmate station 3 (L.Lyons)
Borrones de escribano (10) (J.A.Coello)
Ejercicio de restauración (21) (J.A.Coello)

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(2) Posted by Michael McDowell [Monday, Jul 2, 2018 09:06]

In his Problemas article about the famous Joseph study Amando Ordás tries to give the impression that I presented my own account of the origins of the study on the Chessproblem.net website, and gives a link to the relevant post. For some reason he omits to mention that I made clear in my post that I was not presenting the results of personal research but quoting from accounts given by Bruce Hayden in his book “Cabbage Heads and Chess Kings” and John Roycroft in “Test Tube Chess”.
 
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