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This is a cyclic example of the Zilahi theme, in which a piece captured in one solution
gives the mate in another. Here, the mating piece in the first solution is captured in
the second, the mating piece in the second is captured in the third, and the mating
piece in the third is captured in the first. An additional plus for this problem is
that all three mates occur on the same d5 square. A superb problem, and a worthy first
place winner in the relevant World Chess Composing Tourney.
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