Camillo Gamnitzer, Phenix 2014
Position: 1b1BKn1r/2p4p/P1P1k1pP/p5P1/1p1pBPP1/8/6P1/3QR3 w - - 0 1
 
selfmate in 5

Black: Bb8, Nf8, Rh8, c7, h7, Ke6, g6, a5, b4, d4
White: Bd8, Ke8, a6, c6, h6, g5, Be4, f4, g4, g2, Qd1, Re1

Set: 1. - d3? 2. Dxd3 ~ 3. Dd7+ Sxd7#

Try:
1. Dxd4? (2. Dd7+) Sd7+! → battery-fire; 2. Dxh8...
However:
1. - Kd6 2. Dxd4+!

1. Dd3? La7!

1. Te3! thr. (2. Dd3! thr. [3. Dc4+ Kd6 4. Dxd4+ Ke6
5. Dd7+] La7 3. Lxc7! ~ 4. Lf3+ dxe3 5. Dd7+)
Mainplay:
1. - Tg8
2. Dxd4! Sd7? = mate...
2. - Tg7! New defence, flight
Attention:
3. Ld5+ Kd6
4. Te6+! Sxe6
5. Le7+! Txe7# → Direct-mate!
6. Kd8??/Kf8??

Most unexpected, fresh mate-constellation, delivered by the "crew" of completely dissolved black battery.

1. - La7 2. Lxc7 d3 3. Dxd3 Ld4 4. Lf3+ L~ 5. Dd7+

Un inverse magnifique (Laurent Riguet)