### IMO Shortlist 2004 problem G2

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Let $\Gamma$ be a circle and let $d$ be a line such that $\Gamma$ and $d$ have no common points. Further, let $AB$ be a diameter of the circle $\Gamma$; assume that this diameter $AB$ is perpendicular to the line $d$, and the point $B$ is nearer to the line $d$ than the point $A$. Let $C$ be an arbitrary point on the circle $\Gamma$, different from the points $A$ and $B$. Let $D$ be the point of intersection of the lines $AC$ and $d$. One of the two tangents from the point $D$ to the circle $\Gamma$ touches this circle $\Gamma$ at a point $E$; hereby, we assume that the points $B$ and $E$ lie in the same halfplane with respect to the line $AC$. Denote by $F$ the point of intersection of the lines $BE$ and $d$. Let the line $AF$ intersect the circle $\Gamma$ at a point $G$, different from $A$.

Prove that the reflection of the point $G$ in the line $AB$ lies on the line $CF$.
Izvor: Međunarodna matematička olimpijada, shortlist 2004