Studies composed by Lorenzo Ponce Sala

(Spain, 1931-2000).

More information about him (in spanish) on

A small part of it translated here below:

From 1951 he begins his contribution to the endgame study composition, where he won some awards. Lorenzo always considered as their teachers in the section of the composition Mandil and Francisco José Vivas, although their full time had reserved the live game. Let's look at one of his compositions (1st study showed below) won third prize in the 1960 Daniel Deletang, which can give us an idea of his talent. Interestingly this study of Lorenzo Ponce, presented in the contest of the Argentine Chess Club. The judges were Francisco Benko, Ladislav Prokes and Harold Lommer. At that time, three of the most qualified international judges.