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P Schroter vs H Ludwig
Deutsche Schachzeitung, for correspondence (1932) (correspondence), ?
Scandinavian Defense: Kiel Variation (B01)  ·  0-1



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  An Englishman: Good Evening: 14....? Black to play.
Apr-18-06  gulliver: < english man > I am not exactly sure what is your question.

If the bishop is taken by the a2 pawn, than mate follows with the knight from d4 jumping to c2. Hope that clears up. Or did I not understand your question

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  An Englishman: Dear <gulliver>: I was suggesting that the position after White's 14th move might make a good "Black to play and win" sort of puzzle. Sorry about the confusion.
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  whiteshark: White played Rxd4 just one move to late:

<14.Rxd4!!> wins

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Dec-12-16  EvanTheTerrible: Oh, what fun!
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[Event "Deutsche Schachzeitung #148 3233"]
[Site "corr"]
[Date "1932.??.??"]
[White "Schroter, P."]
[Black "Ludwig, H."]
[SourceTitle "UltraCorr2"]

This is game 4 in the book <Joyas del Ajedrez Postal> by Mauro Marchisotti

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