White to Play

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So, you don’t think you can figure out a mate in six? Give this one a try. There are certain conclusions you can reach right away. That Black king isn’t going anywhere and the rook will protect its only pawn.

This was a composition by G. Bridgewater in 1936. 1.Bb1 b2 2.Ra2 b3 3.Ra3 b4 4.Ra4 b5 5.Ra5 b6 6.Be4#


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