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Xç5+ 2. - Æé4 2. - Æxf5 3. - Éf3 2. - Æé2 3. Áf1# No. 4. Clé : 1. Âç1! menace 2. - Æd5 3. - Æé3 2. - Æé4 3. - Æf2 3. - Æd2 3. - Æd5 2. - Æxç6 3. Ãé4# Problèmes en trois coups No 1. Clé : 1. b8=Ä! menace 2. - Æé7 2. - Æf6 3. - Æxd6 3. - Æxd8 3. - Éé8 3. - É ailleurs 3. Ãxg5# No. 5. Clé : 1. d3! - éxd3 2. - dxé2 3. - d2 3. - É bouge 2. Ãd2+ et 3. - Æd1 2. Âxé2 ad lib 3. Äç3# No. 2. Clé : 1. Äa6! blocus et 2. Äd6+ suivi de 3. Äb4# No. 3. Clé : 1. Áb5! menace 2. - Æé2 3. - Æé2 2. Áf5 et 3. - Æç2 2.

B3# Æf5/f4, ç3 2. Ägé4# Æd4 2. Äf3# Æd6 2. Äa6# Æf6 2. Äçé4# No. 8. Clé : 1. Äd4! - Æd5 2. - Æxd4 2. - Êxd4 2. - Ê ailleurs 2. Äç6# No. 5. Clé : 1. ç7! - Èb8 2. - Æxd7 2. - Æb7 2. - Éb7, Èf bouge 2. Âd8# No. 9. Clé : 1. Áç5! - çxd5, Éé5/ç7/xb8 2. - É ailleurs 2. - Æé5 2. Âé7# No. 6. Clé : 1. Äd1! - Êb7/ç6 2. - É bouge, È bouge 2. - Æxd5 2. - d3 2. 10. Clé : 1. Áb1! - È bouge 2. - Æxd5 2. - Æf4 2. - Æf6 2. Äd7# No. 7. Clé : 1. Áb4! blocus No. 11. c 45 c PROBLÈMES D’ÉCHECS ÉLÉMENTAIRES Clé : 1. Áb6!

Clé : 1. d3! - Éé4 2. - Éxf3 2. - Éç4 2. - Éxb3 2. - Éxç6 2. Äxç6# No. 41. Clé : 1. Ãg8! - Éb7, Èb6+ 2. - Éç6, Èb7 2. - Èç8 2. - Èf ailleurs 2. - Ê bouge 2. - Æd3/xé3/ç3/é5 2. - fxé3+, Éxé3 2. Äf3# No. 46. "L'espoir abandonné" (voir les vers ci-dessus) Clé : 1. Äd6! menace 2. - Êxd6, çxd6, Èxd6, Éxd6, Çxd6 2. - Éç4 2. - Æxd6 2. Ãf4# No. 42. Clé : 1. Ãg5! - Êé5, Æxç3 2. - Ê ailleurs 2. - Æç5 2. - Æé5 2. Äf3# No. 47. "Place aux Dames" (voir les vers ci-dessus) Clé : 1. Àh1! menace 2. - Êxd6, Æé4 2.

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