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CHESS COLUMN- [EDITED BY SELAH. I In state array the foemen weud their way, To battle on Oaissa's field." All communications for this department should I be addressed to the Chess Editor. CHESS RESORT. $WANSEA COUNTY CHESS CLUB.—Tenby Hotel, Walter-road. Meets on Saturdays from 7.30 to 11 p.m. Visitors are welcomed. Closed until October 1st. ■^SOLUTION TO PROBLEM by ERICK WESTBURY, Birmingham. Key move-Q-Q R 4. Correct solution received from E. J. Turner. TO CORRESPONDENTS. 'J3. J. TURNER.-Will reply to yours next week. PROBLEM-By J.B., Bridport. BLACK (6 pieces). WHITE—(8 pieces). White to play and mate in two moves. Solutions are requested, and Problems will -receive our best attention, with early publication if found worthy. Post cards will do. The Editor would be pleased if a few of his amateur chess friends would try their hands at iiproblein-composing, and favour him with the results. Don't be afraid of failures we all improve by practice. It is an invigorating mental recreation when a wet day necassitates the bicycle taking a rest. The following game was played in America by ,telephone some time ago between the two towns Watertown and Syracuse, and it will be seen that very stubborn and closely-contested game was the result. I Giuoeo Piano. WHITE (Watertown). BLACK (Syracuse). 1 P-K 4 P-K 4 2 Kt-K B 3 Kt-Q B 3 3 B-B 4 B-B4 r 4 P-Q B 3 Kt-B 3 5 P-Q 3 PQ3 6 B-K Kt 5 B-K 3 7 B-Q Kt5 P-Q R 3 8 B x Kt (ch) PxB 9 Castles Castles 10 P-K R 3 B-Kt3 11 Q Kt-Q 2 P-Q B 4 12 P-Q B 4 P-Q B 3 13 Q-Q Kt 3 R-Kt 1 14 Q-R 4 Q-B 1 15 B x Kt PxB 16 K-R 2 K-R 1 17 Kt-R 4 B-Q 1 18 Q-B 2 R-Kt 1 19 P- K B 4 P-KB4 20 Kt x P B x Kt 21 PxB QxP 22 P-K Kt 4 Q-K 3 23 P-B 5 Q-K 3 24 K-Kt 2 B-Kt 4 25 Kt-K 4 3—B 5 26 R-R 1 Q-R 5 27 Q-K B 2 Q x Q (ch) 28 K x Q R x P (ch) 29 K -B 3 R-Q 1 30 K R-Q Kt I K R-Q Kt 1 31 R-R 1 K-Kt 2 32 P-K R 4 R-Q B 7 33 K R-Q B I K-B 1 34 K R-Q ICt I K R-Kt 35 RxR RxR 36 Kt x Q P Adjourned. At this stage the game was adjourned tor want ■«>f time. We illustrate the position, and should be pleased to have the opinions of any of our "friends as to which has the winning game. WHITE. I

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