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Bruno's Chess Problem: 06/24/2022

J.Klun, Europe Echecs, 1965

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1. e3! ... 2. Qxd4#
  1... Nc6, Nb5 2. Qb5#
  1... dxe3 2. Be2#
  1... Bxe3 2. Rc2#
  
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2022-06-24 08:54:50, by problemist
Of course, Marx lived until 1883, so 40 years longer than stated in my previous post :-)
2022-06-24 07:26:12, by problemist
"The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways. The point, however, is to change it." Karl Marx (1818-1843) "Theses on Feuerbach" (1845), Thesis 11.

The key 1. e3 threatens 2. Qxd4#. On 1.. Nc6 (Nb5), Bxe3, dxe3 2. Qb5#, Rc2#, Be2#. Looks like a lightweight problem.

Joseph Klun (* 13.1.1911, 24.4.1971) German composer, from Buer-Hassel.

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