The subject says it all! After several attempts over several days I finally got a study completely correct!
Here it is…
You will find the solution at the bottom of this post, but I encourage you to spend ten minutes on it first, just like I did!
Since I heard Andrzej Krzywda on Perpetual Chess recently I have been following his advice and solving studies. Really the idea is just to immerse yourself into a position for a length of time (in this case ten minutes) and work on calculation.
I wrote about it a few days ago with this: http://ontheroadtochessmaster.com/solving-studies/
At that time, and until now, I hadn’t solved any completely correct, including any side variations, but finally that’s a thing of the past!
Let’s hope that this continues.
Til Next Time,
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1.Nf7 Ba1 2.Kb1 Bc3 (or d4, f6, g7) 3.Nd6+ Kxc7 4.Nb5+ (or whatever square will fork the king and bishop depending on the alternate moves listed above…)
1.Nf7 Bd4 2.Nd6+ Kxc7 3.Nb5+