Chess problems by ‘Judy,’ (a.k.a. ‘Stella’)
Problems from the Illustrated London News (ILN):
Enigma No. 606
White to play, and mate in three moves.
(ILN Sept. 14, 1850, p.231)
Enigma No. 613
White to play, and mate in seven moves.
(ILN Oct. 19, 1850, p.311)
Enigma No. 621
White, playing first, mates in five moves.
(ILN Nov. 16, 1850, p.383)
Enigma No. 630
White having to play, gives mate in four moves.
(ILN Dec. 21, 1850, p.479)
Enigma No. 641
White, playing first, mates in four moves.
(ILN Jan. 25, 1851, p.59)
Enigma No. 670[i]
White to play, and mate in four moves.
(ILN Mar. 29, 1851, p.257)
Note: Staunton’s Enigmas in the ILN had a numbering problem:
after No. 699, he inexplicably went back to 670 and continued from there again. I have indicated by [i] or [ii] the first or second problem appearing with numbers 670-699.