This is the second selection of problems from the isuue 87 of feenschach (here is the first selection). The focus is on direct mates and selfmates longer than 2 moves.

Roland BaierReto List Markus Ott 1st Prize feenschach 1981 |
1.Bg6? fxg4! 2.fxg4 Ga5 3.Bh7 Gf7 4.Bg8 Gb3 5.Bxf7+ Gxf7! |

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#5 (8+10) 1+3 grasshopper |

Petko A. Petkov1st Prize Mat 1983 |
1.Rb8! th. 2.Qd8+ Kg7 3.Qf8+ Kh7 4.Rxb7+ Bxb7# |

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s#4 (11+10) |

Virgil Nestorescu1st Prize Revista Romāna de Sah 1984 |
1.Sc7! th. 2.Qb6+ Kxc3 3.Qb4+ Kxb4# |

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s#3 (8+9) |

Michael Keller3rd Prize Die Schwalbe 1984 |
1.Rd6! th. 2.Rxd5+ Kxd5 3.g6+ Se5# |

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s#3 (10+15) |

René J. Millour1249 Probleemblad IX-X 1987 |
1.b6? d5 2.b7 d4? 3.b8B d3 4.Se6+ d2 5.Bxd2# |

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#12 (12+8) Mars Circe |

Arno Tünglerdedicated to Johan Beije 1st Prize Andernach 1988 correction |
1.Rd2+? Rd4! 2.Bf3+ Be4 3.Se3? ~ 4.Sd5? The author of the problem has informed me after the publication that there had been a cook in the original version found only after submitting the problem to respective FIDE Album. Fortunately, he has found a cure and thus the problem even made it into the Album 1986-88 (No. G49). |

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#6 (9+9) Madrasi Rex Inclusiv |

Comments to
Juraj Lörinc.

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