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Problem 12
February 2002


problem 12
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1. Bd6!
Threatens 2. b7# or 2. Rc8#

1. ...... ; Qd6x
2. Rc8+ ; Qb8
3. b7 mate

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1. ...... ; Bd6x
2. b7+ ; Kb8
3. Rc8 mate


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