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Cxb3 Bc5! Rfe1 Qxd3! Rxd3 Bxf2! Rc8+ {game drawn on move 50} 1/2-1/2 46 EXHIBIT F In this game, playing Black, I combined an En prise sacrifice of a pawn as a Decoy sacrifice followed by an Exchange sacrifice. The Exchange sacrifice acted as a Line Clearance sacrifice to open the a-file to allow movement of the Black King deep into White's space to force a win. PiecefulChaos – mal57, 5/12 Blitz ICC game challenge, 2005 A tough defensive pawn structure is formed in the game. White blunders allowing Black to set up and use a Double Sacrifice.

If black plays on his second move 2. , Kh8-g8, then white plays 3. " I would note that regarding Dilaram's Problem and the alternative solution if Black plays 2. , "If black plays on his second move 2. , Kh8-g8, then white plays 3. "). Rh1-h8, mate. The squares e7 and g7 are defended by the Elephant at f5, forcing Black's King to move to e8 where it becomes entombed on a mating square. Therefore, White could have won without sacrificing anything through an opportunistic checkmate if Black moved Kg8 to get out of check, instead of blocking check with Black's Rook from b2.

F4+! {Relative sac with check by pawn advance, because Black can decline the sac/not capture White's Knight at f5 and move Black's King to g4, but mate still follows. Ne3# 1-0 (cont'd next page) 31 (16) White to Move: pawn sac + Bishop sac – Game Board #20 in companion pgn file Setup to Mate {from G. Kasparov - J. Pribyl, Skara 1980. Kasparov sacrifices a pawn allowing White to push a pawn toward promotion, leading to White gaining control of the 7th rank and winning the game. d5! d6! d7! fxg5 {Black accepts the sac, which subjects Black's capturing pawn to capture.

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