This position is taken from Almasi-David (Tradewise Gibraltar 2012). White has already sacrificed a piece and now the question is how the position is to be evaluated after the obvious Rxh7. Is it in white’s favor, in black’s favor, is it good enough for a draw or is it even winning for one side?
White’s last move in the game between the chess Grandmasters Radjabov-Karjakin (Wijk aan Zee 2012) was 60.b6 and of course black grabbed the pawn. Did white miss this simple move or was is part of a devilish plan?