This game was between Kramnik and Caruana at the Berlin Chess Candidates Tournament
White to move!
That was a wild game. Kramnik still had the edge after 43.b4?!, but he then erred again on the next move to throw away a big edge.
The really losing errors happened 15 moves later.
At first I got a few draws and then I found the right first move.
1.c4 Rg22.c5+ Kxc53.Rc1+ Rc24.Rxc2+ Nxc25.Kxc2 f36.Bd3 Kd67.b4 h48.Rb8 Rxa79.d8=Q+ Bxd810.Rxd8+ Ke511.Rh8 f212.Kd2 Rf713.Bf1 Rf414.b5 Kd415.Ke2 Kc516.Ke3 Ra417.Kxf2It's a winning position for white.
There are 2 puzzles from the same chess game between Cervantes and Yu
This chess position is based on the game between Emily Nguyen and Thalia Cervantes at US Girl's Championship
This was an actual game between Vittal, Sanjana and Yu, Jennifer (2018 US Girls Championship)
This was one of the puzzles I created for SPFNO
This is an important R and P endgame
This was an actual game between Awonder Liang & Alex Bian at 2018 US Junior Chess Championship
Patriarch Fan Reviews a Recent Offering from New in Chess
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