Well this one wrote itself in one sitting after I discovered over
1,000 RHP players had been stumbling into the same basic blunder.
(that number is probably going up as I type this.)
This allowed me to us a C.S.Purdy quote which might as well be the RHP motto.
“The player who completes his development first is said to have the initiative because he is
thus able to start making blunders while his opponent is still occupied in bringing out his men.”
Taken from "Among These Mates" Chess Review, (Australia) 1939.
Throw in a mate with King, Bishop and Knight v King in the wrong corner.
All that was left was to find a closing game/position for the horror spot at the end.
And there it was just sitting there waiting for me in my Message Box.
A perfect imperfect game which fired off a few more examples.
What else? Oh yeah, a picture of me leaning against a Rook.