Hello Mrmip! Another try is 1.Bxg4? Rf5! Thank you for your commentary, Mysterious Mr.Mip... I would like to see the "orthodox" part of your production, I don't like very much inverse or helped... Good bye Bichu
Sun Jul 2 2006 4:28PM | edited: 4:30:01 | MsgID: 4677711 An excellent first two-mover. Reminds a bit of Loshinsky's problem that Philip posted . Five full-fledged variations and nice set of tries (Don't know if I catched them all). I particularly enjoyed the checking try 1.Bf4+, when only the lame (in solution) rook on f2 can defend.