Test your chess: Reitstein problem 182


White to play and win

AJA Cameron v E Roberts 1892

1 Bh6! is a fairly obvious try- examine all biffs in CJS Purdy terminology, and it is not too hard to see it is ruinous. Firstly, 1…Bd4+ is only a spite check, so 1…gh 2 Qh6 or 2 Qg6+ (I would prefer this, the f7 pawn is pinned) and 3 Rg3.

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