Checkmate 03-01-2005

Bruno's Chess Problem: 03/01/2005

H.P.Rehm & S.Eisert, 1st Pr., Berlin TT, 1976

Mate in 6(*****)
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1. Bg4! ... 2. Qe8#
  1... Rgxg4 2. Nc5 ... 3. Qa8#
     2... Nf4+ 3. Kxg4 ... 4. Qa8#
        3... Nd3+,Ng6+ 4. Bxd4 ... 5. Qa8#
           4... Ne5+,Nf2+ 5. BxN ... 6. Qa8#
              5... Kb8 6. Qb7#
        3... Nxg2+ 4. Bxd4 ... 5. Qa8#
        
  1... Rdxg4 2. Nf8 ... 3. Qa8#
     2... Ng5+ 3. Kxg4 ... 4. Qa8#
        3... Nf7+ 4. Bxg7 ... 5. Qa8#
        3... Nh7+ 4. Bxg7 ... 5. Qa8#
           4... Nf6+ 5. Bxf6 ... 6. Qa8#
              5... Kb8 6. Qb7#
        3... Nf3+ 4. Bxg7 ... 5. Qa8#
           4... Nh2+ 5. Kh3 ... 6. Qa8#
              5... Kb8 6. Qb7#
        3... Ne4+ 4. Bxg7 ... 5. Qa8#
           4... Nf6+ 5. Bxf6 ... 6. Qa8#
              5... Kb8 6. Qb7#
           4... Nf2+ 5. Nxf2 ... 6. Qa8#
              5... Kb8 6. Qb7#
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