"J Healy V T Donohue, London - 1976. The game is hardly out of the opening, but white (to move) already has a promising attack. How did he force a quick and brilliant win?"
Following on from my original post nearly a month ago, today we have another John Healy problem. It's a Leonard Barden chess column, I'm guessing from the Evening Standard, which I found reproduced at thegrassarena.net.
1.Bh7+ Kf8 2.Nxf7 Kxf7 3.Qg6+ Kf8 4.Qxe6 Nf6 (or 4...Bf6 5.Bd6+) 5.Bg6, yesno?
Looks right to me Jack
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