The bad news: I messed up the move order. The comfort: so did the International Master whose game is the source for the instructive combination. The game was Andrzej Luczak vs John Fedorowicz, Naleczow 1979. Fedorowicz won. The Anthology of Chess Combinations features a position that arose in the game. Luczak's move was an error, as he missed a clear win in a position where he was down material and Black had plenty of counterplay. When I encountered the position as a problem in the Anthology, I found the right moves, but by playing them in the wrong order reproduced Luczak's error.
Scholastic players and parents: The label "Problem of the Week" links to posts that contain my "lesson of the week." These blog posts serve to reinforce what is presented in my after school and in-school chess clubs.
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