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By Ludek Pachman, O. Hardy

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Bxh7! Rxe6 Black resigned. 41 APPENDIX D At the GM Fest at St. John’s school in Vancouver on July 4, 2004, young Valentina Goutor played Swedish GM Pia Cramling to a win in GM Cramling's 28 game simul, after she made a desperate Exchange sacrifice, and GM Cramling missed a critical exchange of minor pieces. , GM Cramling simultaneous, St. Bf4 {Standard opening move and develops the Bishop. ), Nc3 (develops the Knight), a3 (frees Bf1). h5 {better would be c6 securing b5; or either Nh5 or c5; but e6 would overprotect d5.

Qf2? {White lines up Rook and Queen on a7-g8 diagonal with Black having King's Bishop at b4 and c5 open. Rxg6) 45 Now the continuation of the Sacrificial Waterfall. 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.

37 White to play and win. Those unaware of the rules of Shatranj, should know that this was the game of Shatranj, as chess was called in that time - a game, very similar to the game of chess as it is played in our times, but with differences: the game knows elephants, who jump two squares diagonally, and generals, who move one square diagonally. ["The array is similar to that of Orthodox Chess [or modern chess], with Elephants replacing Bishops and Generals replacing Queens. html)]. Now, in the present position, the nobleman, who played the white pieces, was to move, expecting to be mated on his opponents return move.

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