A friend of mine showed me a great white-to-mate-in-three puzzle back in the late '50s or early '60s. Unfortunately he doesn't recall it. I can remember a few things: It was composed by someone from West Virginia. White had two knights at opposite corners of a 3x3 block. White's first move was not a check. Can anyone help me find it?
This is hit or miss.
No one can really know what puzzle your thinking about, so please don't down vote wrong attempts. People shouldn't be penalized for trying to help. It's only through trial and error we're going to help you find your puzzle.
Is this your puzzle: HERE?