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Years covered: 1873 to 1902
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(born Aug-28-1853, died May-31-1907) Czech Republic
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|Jan Dobruský was the editor of the chess column of Světozor from 1874 till 1879, and that of Humoristické listy from 1874 till 1884. He was also an early editor of the magazine Časopis českých šachistů.
He is considered as one of the fathers of the Bohemian school, together with Pospíšil and Konig. 250 of his compositions, mostly direct mates in three moves or more, are presented with an introduction by J. Pospisil in Šachové úlohy (1907).|
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