Chess Problem 2

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‘Today’s problem comes from a famous match played by one of the greatest players of all time, Cuban Grandmaster Jose Capablanca. Here we join him in Moscow in 1914 and we see an example of his wonderfully elegant play. His opponent (White) is Ossip Bernstein, himself one of the top players of his era. In this position, Capablanca (Black) makes a move after which White resigns instantly. What is Black’s move? Black to move

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White to play and win
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