Checkmate on the long diagonal...

6/7/2010 – ... clearly was on White's mind here when he played 33.Ng5 to deflect the Nf7 defending the square h8. Which assessment is valid in your opinion now? A) Black gets the advantage; B) dynamic equilibrium; C) White wins. The solution is here, but first ponder over it with a larger version of the diagram.

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Checkmate on the long diagonal clearly was on White's mind here when he played 33.Ng5 to deflect the Nf7 defending the square h8. Which assessment is valid in your opinion now?

A) Black gets the advantage;
B) dynamic equilibrium;
C) White wins.

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