|Jul-31-06|| ||Tommy Jensen: <barefootin> That is a nice suggestion (confession, as it may be ;-)! At least I had some fun with it. The answer seems to be 15.-,Kf6?! 16.Qxe5+,Kg6 17.Ne6!,Bxe6 18.Qxe6+,Kh5 19.Qf5+,Kh6 20.Qf4+,Kh5 21.g4+,Kh4 22.Qg3+,Kg5 23.Qe5+,Kxg4 24.Be6+,Kh4 25.Qf4+,Kh5 26.Bg4+,Kg6 27.Qf5+,Kh6 28.Qh5#
Other black moves seem to lead to shorter mates, such as 17.-,h6? 18.Nf4+,Kh7 19.Qe4+ or 17.-,Qc1?! 18.Bd3+,Kh6 19.Qg3!,Be7 20.Qh3+.
It still seems to me that 15.-,Ke7 is the correct move, after which white can only secure a draw.|