Checkmate 05-01-2004

Bruno's Chess Problem: 05/01/2004

E.A.Brunner, 1st Pr., Deutsche Schachzeitung, 1935

Mate in 6(*****)
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1. f4! ... 2. Qh3#
   1... Ra8 2. Qe4 ... 3. Qxa8#
      2... Rb8 3. Qe5 ... 4. Qxb8#
         3... Rb7 4. Qxe6 ... 5. Qe8#
            4... Rb8 5. Qe5 ... 6. Qxg7#
               5... Rg8 6. Qh5#
               5... Rb7 6. Qe8#
               5... Bxd4 6. Qxb8#
            4... Re7 5. Qc8+ Re8 6. Qxe8#
            4... Rf7 5. Qc8+ Rf8 6. Qxf8#
            4... Ra4, Rb5, Rb3, Rb2, Rb1 5. Qc8+ Qf8 6. Qxf8#
            4... Qa4 5. Qc8+ Qe8+ 6. Qxe8#
            4... Rc4, Rxd4 5. Qe8+ Qf8 6. Qxf8#
            4... Qb3, Qa2 5. Qh3+ Kg8 6. Qc8#
      2... Rd8 3. Qh1+ Kg8 4. Qh7+ Kf8 5. Qxg7+ Ke8 6. Qf7#
   1... Nf3 2. Qxf3 ... 3. Qh3#
      2... Rd8 3. Qh3+ Kg8 4. Qh7+ Kf8 5. Qxg7+ Ke8 6. Qf7#
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