A stunning move!
The following position (below) is from a recent game played in Wroclaw, Poland. Earlier this month, infact! Position after 22 moves. I am certain that my readers will find this stunning!
White is better coordinated. The position is from a topical line of the Sveshnikov Sicilian. Something has gone wrong for Black and now White has attacking chances on the Kingside. Tempting , but wrong, would be 23.Nxf6+ Kg7 when 24.Rc8 (only) leads to a tough fight after 24…RxN! 25.RxQ RxR!
White, however, found a brilliant solution to his task:
STUNNING! Winning in every line. If now 23…RxR 24.Qxf6 is a forced mate. The game continued 23…QxR (what else?) 24.Nh6+ Kg7 25.BxQ Raxc8 and now the simplest way to win is 26.Qe2 Nc5 27.h5! when Black can not hold out for long.