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Subject: Re: WAC Corrections

Author: Alex Szabo

Date: 17:23:15 04/12/01

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On April 12, 2001 at 13:24:02, Dann Corbit wrote:

>On April 12, 2001 at 10:45:23, Alex Szabo wrote:
>
>>
...
>>
>>	#296		Rd8-d4			DELETE book solution
>>			Bc6-d7			correct solution
>
>I have:
>3r4/1p2k2p/p1b1p1p1/4Q1Pn/2B3KP/4pP2/PP2R1N1/6q1 b - - bm Rd4+ Rf8; id
>"WAC.296";
>This one is pretty topsy-turvy compared with your notes.  Hence it will need
>analysis and verification.
>
...
>>
>>#296	Rd4+ does NOT win.  The main line is,  1... Rd4+  2. Qxd4 Qh2
...
>>
>>	[The book position is correct -- the black king is on f7.  This
>>	position is from the game Muller-Stahlberg, Zurich, 1934.  After
>>	32. Bc4  the game ended 32... Re8 1/2-1/2 -- Reinfeld's book
>>	combination was never played.]

We don't agree on the position; you have the black king on e7 but the
book shows it on f7.  Are we solving "Win at Chess" #296 or a position
by Lang & Smith?

The correct position is:

[D]3r4/1p3k1p/p1b1p1p1/4Q1Pn/2B3KP/4pP2/PP2R1N1/6q1 b




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