SPRAGGETT ON CHESS
Fortune favours the brave…
Kirovabad (Aze) 1973. Position after White’s 44th move (44.Rg1). Black had earlier given up material for some swindling chances…then or a long time nothing happened and White seemed to be on top, but now, probably in time trouble, a golden opportunity has arisen!
BLACK TO PLAY AND WIN!————————————–The ambush…gm RAUSIS,Igm SUETIN
Dortmund, 1990. Position after White’s 32nd move (32.Bxa6). The game has taken a sudden turn with the centre exploding several moves earlier, unleashing virtually every Black piece.
STILL, everything seems correct inside the White camp, with the King tucked neatly in the corner and his other pieces defended once or twice each….but chess can be a cruel game from time to time!
BLACK TO PLAY AND WIN!