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Problem 11
January 2002


white: Kb6,Rf4,Be4 black: Kd7,e2,e3
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1. Bf5+
1. Bc6+ ; Kd6 2. Rd4+ ; Ke5 3. Re4+ ; Kd6
4. Re3x ; e1Q 5. Re1x stalemate

1. ...... ; Kd6
2. Rd4+ ; Ke7
3. Re4+ ; Kd8!
4. Bd7!!
4. Re3x ; e1Q 5. Re1x stalemate

4. ...... ; e1Q
5. Bb5!
black looses the Queen or white mates

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