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Competition Problem #2

composed by

 Hugh Darwen, 2001, after anon. (possibly Bernasconi, 1978).
Added later: This bears a striking similarity to Problem #256.  Thanks to Bart Bramley for bringing this to my attention.

DR7

 AQ103

 AK32

 none

 KQJ108

 K6

 Q1098

 J10987

 65




 J9872

 654

 AKQ

 A7

 54

 J7

 65432

 9432

South to make five clubs. West leads the6.

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Two thirds of this problem was composed by somebody else and I didn't know who it was until Bart Bramley drew Problem #256 by Pietro Bernasconi to my attention.

Successful solvers to date:  Andy Prothero, Steve Bloom, Temes Chaim, Stephen Rose, Jonathan Mestel, Eugeniusz Paprotny, J-M Maréchal, Wim van der Zijden, Bill Barclay, Anil Upadhyay, David Wiseman, Sinan Tatlicioglu, Jean-Marc Bihl, Scott Cardell, Dick Yuen, Şenol Baban, Bob Bignall, Amar Nath Poddar, Bircan Öztürk, Yair Arad from Kfar Shmuel, Jim Munday, Leigh Matheson, Rajeswar Tewari, Bu Feiming, Andries van der Vegt, Marc Bonnet, A.V. Ramana Rao.

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