[Event "Philadelphia Open"] [Site "?"] [Date "2015.??.??"] [Round "?"] [White "Song, E."] [Black "Iyer, V."] [Result "*"] [Annotator "Song, Lin, Song"] [SetUp "1"] [FEN "2r2kr1/ppq1np2/1bn1pB2/3pP3/6P1/2PN2Q1/PP2N2P/R3K2R b KQ - 0 22"] [PlyCount "12"] [SourceVersionDate "2020.02.25"] {[%evp 0,12,72,315,321,322,322,322,343,329,352,434,410,453,410] [#]} {We all know that the queen is the most powerful piece in chess. However, we must not get too attached to its powers for it can only do so much. On the other hand, we must be mindful if a queen sacrifice leads to a winning position.} 22... Nf5 $2 ({Best is} 22... d4 $1 {with unclear play.}) 23. gxf5 Rxg3 24. hxg3 { White gets an irresistable attack on the Black king.} Ne7 25. fxe6 (25. Rh8+ $1 Ng8 26. O-O-O {is even stronger due to the threat of Rxg8+ and Rh1.}) 25... fxe6 26. Bxe7+ Qxe7 27. Rh8+ Kg7 28. Rxc8 {Though Black has a queen, White has two rooks, a minor piece, and a pawn, which is more than enough compensation. He eventually won on move 55.} *
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