Checkmate 07-15-2003

Bruno's Chess Problem: 07/15/2003

A.Kraemer & H.Grasemann, Deutsche Schachblaetter, 1969

Mate in 5(****)
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White to play

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1. Ba8! ... 2. Rf1#
  1... Bf2 2. Bxf2 ... 3. Re8 ... 4. Re1#
     2... Rxg5 3. Rd8 ... 4. Rd1#
        3... Re5 4. Rd1+ Re1 5. Rxe1#
        3... Rd5 4. Rxd5 ... 5. Rd1#
     2... Rh6 3. Rc8 ... 4. Rc1#
        3... Re6 4. Rc1+ Re1 5. Rxe1#
        3... Rd6 4. Rc1+ Rd1 5. Rxd1#
        3... Rc6 4. Rxc6 ... 5. Rc1#
     2... Rxh7 3. Rb8 ... 4. Rb1#
        3... Re7 4. Rb1+ Re1 5. Rxe1#
        3... Rd7 4. Rb1+ Rd1 5. Rxd1#
        3... Rc7 4. Rb1+ Rc1 5. Rxc1#
        3... Rb7 4. Rxb7 ... 5. Rb1#
     2... Rh4 3. Re8 ... 4. Re1#
        3... Re4 4. Rxe4 ... 5. Re1#
           4... Ne3 5. Rxe3#
     2... Rh3 3. Be3 ... 4. Rf1#
        3... Rf3 4. Rxf3 ... 5. Rf1#
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