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1. Re8, Rd72. Rd8
1. Re8 Kd72. Rd8
Re8 as a prelude to perpetual.
1. Re8+ Kd72. e6+!! fxe63. Rd8+ checkmate1. Re8+ Kd72. e6+!! Kxe83. Rc8+ checkmate
1. Re8+ Kd7 (Ne7 2. Re7#)2. e6+ fxe6 (Ke8 3. Rc8#)3. Rd8#
1.Re8+,Kd7 (if Ne7, Rxe7#)2.e6+, f7xe6, 3.Rd8# or 2. e6+,Kxe8, 3.Rc8#
1) rc8-rc3, qb52) pxd6, if kxd6 (white has a perpetual check)
Well, you just have to investigate the only immediate check available to white:1. Re8 Kd7 (Ne7 2.Re7#)2. e6!I think white is better after 2.Rd8 and 3.Rxd6+, but mating your opponent is always going to be a superior plan:2. .....Ke8 (fe6 3.Rd8#)3. Rc8#
A draw is possible, through repeated checks:1. Re8+ Kd7(if 1....Ne7, then Rxe7++)2. Rd8+ Ke6, with perpetual check.
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