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Composition school

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  1. in chess composition is a particular style of creating chess problems, putting emphasis on different aspects of the problem contents and attracting interest of important number of chess composers

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  2. The best known composition schools, as they evolved historically, are

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  3. old German school put emphasis on complexity and difficulty of solution and model mate in the main variation, the most suitable genres were fourmovers and fivemovers,

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  4. Bohemian school puts emphasis on artistic beauty and number of variations finished by model mates, the most suitable genres were threemovers and fourmovers,

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  5. English school demanded dual-free play in all variations and put emphasis on varied motivation in high number of variations,

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