Chess Visualization Course Book2: Kingside Sacrifices and by Ian Anderson
By Ian Anderson
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Extra info for Chess Visualization Course Book2: Kingside Sacrifices and Combinations (with preparatory positions)
Visualize the position after the moves 17 Re1 Kf8 18 Ne51 Be62 19 Bxe6 fxe6 20 Qh5 Kg83 21 Qf7+ Kh8 22 Ng6+R hxg64. How does White win here? 72. Visualize the position after the moves 17 Nh4 Nxe41 18 Qh5 Nef62 19 Bxf7+ Kh83 20 Ng6+ Kh7 21 Qf5R Re74 22 Nxf8+ Kh8. How can White mate in two? See the last footnote for a hint. 1 1 White's threat is 19 Qh5, with either 20 Qxf7 or 20 Qxh7. Ng6 20 Nxg6+ hxg6 21 Qh8, mate. g6 21 Qxh7, White threatens both 22 Qf7 and 22 Bh6, mate. Nxg6 because the Knight is pinned.
Ne5 then Black’s Re8 is overworked -- 26 Bxe5 (1-0) Rxe5 27 Rxa7+ Kf8 28 Rxa8+, when White is up four pawns. 94 [VX-70]. White is down a piece, but after 17 Ng6+ Kh7 18 Nxf8+ Nxf8 19 bxc3, he’s up the exchange and a pawn (6 points to 3). 97 [VX-77]. Kf8 loses to 27 Rc5-f5) 27 Nf7+ Kg8 28 Nxd8+, when White is up a Rook, Bishop, and pawn.
24 dxe6 fxe6 25 Rxe6, when White is up a pawn and has an attack. 2 Hint: Find something stronger than 29 Rh4, which lets Black’s King escape with 29…Ke7, making White’s task more difficult. 21 ply B42 79. White is up a piece for a pawn, but his Na3 and Be2 are hanging. Visualize the position after the moves 20 fxe51 hxg5 21 Bc4 Qxa3 22 Rxf7 Rxf72 23 Qxf7+ Kh7 24 Bd33 Qc5+4 25 Kh1 Qc65 26 e6 Qe86.