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Looking back over the problems I have previously set, it occurs to me that I have
used very few moremovers, so this week, a fine such problem, taken from Avner and
Aloni's collection, The Art of Israeli Chess Composition. No clues, I'm afraid!
This is an example of the Roman theme – a black unit is able to defend a certain
threat. It is decoyed to another square, from where the original defence does not
work but a second defence is available to the same threat. However, that second
defence has a weakness, which is then exploited, in this case by an elegant wK
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