I do not believe that you are able to have two different route maps for a single BGP neighbor in the same direction. Would you be able to configure a single route map that includes the logic of the two route maps?
Perhaps if you explain more about what you are attempting to accomplish we might be able to identify alternatives.
AS Rick has pointed out, only one route-map per neighbor per direction is allowed. But Cisco IOS has provide a new feature called "BGP Route-map Continue" which make it possible to comibine several match-set pairs and more than one matches can happen in just one route-map.
As SSLIN pointed out you can use the continue keyword, but in my experience using it is a rare case, as you can always work every thing out with multiple route-map statements, so as Rick has said, if you explain more about what you are attempting to accomplish we might be able to give you some recommendation.
Yes you are totally right, i think this command was introduced to give you the flexibility in the logic you use a route-map, and as you also said i don't think that there will be a case that you won't able to solve unless using this command.
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