Chess Puzzle of the Week (193)

This week’s puzzle is a mate in 2 composed a century ago by the little-known and eccentrically middle-named Richmond problemist James Money-Kyrle Lupton. (I’ll be writing an article about him at some point.)

It was published in The Tablet on Saturday April 7 1923.

As usual, do please get in touch if you think you’ve found the solution.

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