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Magnus Oscar Mollerstrom
M Mollerstrom 
Number of games in database: 1
Years covered: 1862

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(born May-16-1824, died Nov-06-1864, 40 years old) Denmark

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Chess player, author, and composer. As a teacher, his most notable student was Martin Severin From.

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. M Mollerstrom vs M S From 0-1211862CopenhagenA02 Bird's Opening

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  martin moller: Magnus Oscar Mollerstrom was the one who taught Martin Severin From to play chess
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  martin moller: Magnus Oscar Mollerstrom was also composer of chessproblems which was published 1848-1850 in "Berliner schachzeitung", and he wrote a danish chessbook about the 1851 London tournament
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  martin moller: Chess problem composed by Magnus Oscar Mollerstrom, published in Nordisk skaktidende Feb. 1873. White to move and # in 2

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  Jean Defuse: ...

[Event "Copenhagen"]
[Date "1848.??.??"]
[White "Mollerstrom, Magnus Oscar"]
[Black "NN"]
[Result "1-0"]
[SetUp "1"]
[FEN "

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"] [PlyCount "5"]

1. Rf3 Ng5 2. Qh4+ Kg7 3. Qxg5# 1-0

Source: JWD


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  martin moller: <Jean Defuse> What is the source JWD ?
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  martin moller: <Jean Defuse> Looks like you have found an unknown Møllerstrøm game :-)
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  Jean Defuse: ...

Mollerstrom problem: Magnus Oscar Mollerstrom (kibitz #4) with the solution:

<1. Qd6 ...>

& 'Mollerstrom v NN' game position: Magnus Oscar Mollerstrom (kibitz #5) were published in the 'Schachzeitung 1848 (Vol. 3)' on page 362.


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  Jean Defuse: ...

<Problems by M. O. Mollerstrom>


Schachzeitung 1848 Vol 3, p. 304 #CLV

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White to move and mate in 3.


Schachzeitung 1848 Vol 3, p. 168 #CXXXIII

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White to move and mate in 5.


<Solutions & more problems will coming soon!>


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