# [blind-chess] Re: Spoiler Alert Problem WAC092 with small correction

• From: Eddyz69@xxxxxxx
• To: blind-chess@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
• Date: Sun, 1 Apr 2012 16:30:27 -0400 (EDT)
```Hello all,
In move 2 I accidentally put Bxg5 instead of Bxg4.  Notice, black in  move
3 takes advantage of white's poor placement of its major pieces.  The
knight creates a fork against the white queen and rook.
My solution:
1.  -Bxg4 (Bishop takes pawn.)
2. Bxg4 (Bishop takes bishop.) Nxg4 (Knight takes  bishop.)
3. Bxg7 (Bishop takes bishop.) Ne3 (fork against queen and  rook)
Edward

In a message dated 3/22/2012 12:41:41 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
Eddyz69@xxxxxxx writes:

Hello all,
My solution:
1. -Bxg4 (Bishop takes pawn.)
2. Bxg5 (Bishop takes bishop.) Nxg4 (Knight takes bishop.)
3. Bxg7 (Bishop takes bishop.) Ne3 (fork against queen and rook)
Edward

In a message dated 3/14/2012 7:00:52 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
rrdinger@xxxxxxxxxx writes:

Good Evening Puzzlers,

This problem is from Mario Lang's puzzle web page at

_http://delysid.org/chess/epd.cgi_ ()

and is reported to  be from Fred Reinfield's book "Win At Chess" 1958.

Problem WAC092

Black to move

FEN Problem  Setup:
r4rk1/
1p2ppbp/
p2pbnp1/
q7/
3BPPP1/
2N2B2/
PPP4P/
R2Q1RK1
b  - - 0 1

Short Algebraic Problem Setup:
White: Kg1, Qd1,  Ra1, Rf1, Bd4, Bf3, Nc3, Pa2, Pb2, Pc2, Pe4, Pf4, Pg4, Ph2
Black: Kg8,  Qa5, Ra8, Rf8, Be6, Bg7, Nf6, Pa6, Pb7, Pd6, Pe7, Pf7, Pg6, Ph7

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