Two-Move Chess Problem; being 257 orthodox Twoers by 108 Problemists
Two-Move Chess Problem; being 257 orthodox Twoers by 108 Problemists
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Two-Move Chess Problem; being 257 orthodox Twoers by 108 Problemists

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Author: Robert Clyde "Bob" Moore (1942-2016)

Year: 1986

Publisher: McFarland & Co

Place: Jefferson, NC

Description:

ix+158 pages with diagrams, glossary and index. Octavo (8 3/4" x 5 3/4") issued in red cloth with gilt lettering to spine and front cover. (Lusis: 2533) First edition.

Each chess problem is an orthodox direct-mate two-move problem. White always moves first and checkmates Black in two moves. After White's first move, Black may make each possible defensive move, and White's second move must be a mate.

Condition:

Near fine issued without jacket.