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Simon Kim Williams vs Andrew D Green
Hastings Chess Congress (2010), Hastings ENG, rd 9, Jan-05
King's Indian Defense: Four Pawns Attack. Dynamic Attack (E76)  ·  1-0
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Jan-11-10  shimmy: Video analysis by the winner: http://www.gingergm.com/2010/01/11/...
Jan-11-10  mirzafuadi: Very nice queen sacrifice by white on move 16!
Jan-11-10  ounos: Spectacular!
Jan-11-10  ounos: but...most probably unsound :), there has to be some defense here. 17. ...Rxf6 and 18. Nd7 seem to hold, I doubt White can maintain the pressure for ever.
Jan-11-10  zanshin: The Queen sac was not sound - I think any decent engine will show that. But it got the job done. As Williams says in the video, you sometimes need to play crazy moves OTB.

If we analyze the game with Rybka, Black gave the game away with <19...exd5>. Exchanging on f1 preserves the advantage.

Black to play move 19:


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[-4.09] d=17 19...Rxf1 20.Rxf1 Nd7 21.dxe6 d3 22.Bd1 Qb6 23.Rf2 Qxe6 24.Nc7 Qxc4 25.Nxa8 Qxa2 26.Be3 Kg8 27.Nc7 Qa1 28.Rf1 Qxb2 29.Nd5 Qe5 30.Bb3 Kg7 31.Rf4 Qa1 32.Kf2 Qb2 33.Kg3 Ne5 34.Bd4 Qe2 (0:14.15) 45029kN

Jan-14-10  ALwoodpusher: Here's another analysis of the game...
http://www.oxfordtimes.co.uk/leisur...
Mar-12-15  chicharitov: You've got to admire the sheer audacity to give up a queen for a mere bishop , i bet black's face was a picture.!
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