Checkmate 01-23-2004

Bruno's Chess Problem: 01/23/2004

R.Braune, 4th Pr., Deutsche SchachZeitung, 1916

Mate in 3(***)
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1. Bd5! ... 2. Nf7 ... 3. Nb3#
     2... Kxd4 3. Bb6#
  1... Ne5 2. Nb3+ Kxd6 3. Bb4#
  1... Ne7 2. Nb3+ Kxd6 3. Bc7#
  1... Ne5 2. Nb7+ Kxd4 3. Bb6#
  1... Ne3 2. Nb7+ Kxd4 3. Bc3#
  1... Nh8 2. Nf3 ... 3. Nb7#
     2... Kxd6 3. Bb4#
  1... Kxd4 2. Bb6+ Ke5 3. Nf7#
  1... Kxd6 2. Bb4+ Ke5 3. Nf3#
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