Studies composed by

Emil Palkoska

(Czechoslovakia, 11.5.1871 - 14.5.1955)

Picture found at: Composition Chess Mosaic which reports about him:

"Czech lawyer, master of the chess problem.

Autor mnoha šachových článků a knih. Author of many chess articles and books.

He published the first in 1888, composed more than 1500 compositions, mainly triplets. He belongs to the most important chess composers.

He was the founder of the direction where he is an important component of strategy content or a logical combination.

In the Album of the FIDE has earned 18 points, with 200 awards, including about 35 first and 85 other awards.

In 1907-1954, he conducted a compositional chess club in Prague called the Faculty.

In the National Politics of 1907-1945 and in People's Democracy, 1946-1955 led the Chess Patrol.

He wrote books: Schachprobleme: Weiss: Dame und ein Läufer (with AC White, 1911), Idea and Economics in the Chess Role (1928)."


Also at Italian Wikipedia you may find more about him

and at ChesscomposersBlogspot which reports:

"Emil Palkoska was the author of more than 1200 problems in 3 or more moves in the Bohemian style and in the neo-Czech style.

He wrote with Alan C. White's Christmas Series "Schachprobleme Weiss: Dame und ein Läufer" (1911),

"Idea a ekonomie v šachové úloze" in 1928 and "Idea a ekonomie v šachové úloze II" in 1947.

He was the editor of the problem column of the newspaper "Narodni Politika" during 38 years."

(All his studies, more exact dates, possible corrections or cooks and exact details about sources can be found in the

Harold van der Heijden database V (31-12-2015) )