Checkmate 05-21-2002

Bruno's Chess Problem: 05/21/2002

G.F.Anderson & V.L.Eaton, British Chess Federation, 1959

Mate in 3(***)
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1. Qc1!
  1... Rxe8 2. dxe8=Q+ ... 3. Bxd3#
  1... Re6 2. Nf5 ... 3. Nd4#
  1... Re5 2. Qb1 ... 3. Bxd3#
  1... Re4 2. Bxf4 ... 3. Ng3#
  1... Re3 2. Ba4 ... 3. Qd1#
     2... d2 3. Bb5#
  1... Ne4 2. Ng6 ... 3. Nxf4#
  1... Ne6 (or Ne5) 2. Qd2+ Kxf1 3. Qd1#
  1... Ne3 2. Qd2+ Kxf1 3. Bxd3#
  1... Nxh2 2. Rxe7+
     2... Ne6 3. Rxe6#
     2... Ne4 3. Rxe4#
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