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


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MAGNUS OSCAR MOLLERSTROM
(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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Mar-29-08  martin moller: Magnus Oscar Mollerstrom was the one who taught Martin Severin From to play chess
Apr-20-08  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
May-27-08  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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Apr-02-18  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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Apr-04-18  martin moller: <Jean Defuse> What is the source JWD ?
Apr-04-18  martin moller: <Jean Defuse> Looks like you have found an unknown Møllerstrøm game :-)
Jan-08-19  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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Jan-08-19  Jean Defuse: ...

<Problems by M. O. Mollerstrom>

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Schachzeitung 1848 Vol 3, p. 304 #CLV


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White to move and mate in 3.

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Schachzeitung 1848 Vol 3, p. 168 #CXXXIII


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White to move and mate in 5.

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<Solutions & more problems will coming soon!>

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Jan-08-21  martin moller: Back in the day Chess was played on a number of café s in Copenhagen and in the beginning of the 1850 M.O Mollerstrom played in Kehlets coffe house and according to "Nordisk skaktidende" he was much feared for his superior play AND for his sarcastic remarks describing his opponents play ! !
Dec-06-21
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  FSR: MOM's only game in the database is From's first known game with From's Gambit.

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