Checkmate 11-27-2002

Bruno's Chess Problem: 11/27/2002

V.L.Eaton & G.F.Anderson, 1st Pr., British Chess Federation, 1958

Mate in 3(***)
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1. Ne3! ... 2. Ne7+ Kb6 3. N3d5/c4#
  1... Kb6 2. Nc4+ Kc6 3. d5#
  1... Bxe3 2. Qf4 ... 3. Qd6#
     2... Bxf4 3. d5#
  1... Rgxe3 2. Qf3+
     2... Kb6 3. Qb7#
     2... Re4 (or Rxf3) 3. d5#
  1... Nxe3 2. Qc2+
     2... Kb6 3. Qc5#
     2... Nc4 (or Nxc2) 3. d5#
  1... Rexe3 2. Qe2 ... 3. Qxa6#
     2... Rd3 3. Qe6#
     2... Rxe2 3. d5#
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