By Joe Gallagher
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24e: after 1 2 'iite 3 ! :tf8+ 37 38 JOJ ATTACKING IDEAS IN CHESS Idea 25 Typical Exchange Sacrifices - One of the most common reasons for sacri ficing the exchange is to gain control over a particular colour complex. In the King's In dian Defence, for example, a dark-squared bishop is very often worth a rook. (25a) Karpov- Kasparov, New York/Ly ons Wch ( 1 1 ) 1990. xe3! Dcb5 but Black also sur vived this test) 15 ... h4 (a swinging rook - see Idea 72) 21 'ii'f2 fie7 (25b) 22 g4! (Kasparov complimented Karpov on his de fence in this game) 22 ...
Xd5 (on 5 ... xd5 !? xd5 'ii'xd5 8 d4 is a serious alternative though White will have to take 8 ... g5 into account) 7 0-0?! xf4 c5? c3 'ifc4 11 'ifel ! e4! f5? c6 though 15 c3 is good for White, even after 15 ... fg5 ! ) 15 'ifh4! e5 ! (a beautiful deflection combination which re markably I got to play twice against grand masters) 16... f6+! e5 20 'ife2 (the game is essen tially over but the finish was also pretty) 20... c4 28 'it'b4! f6 29 :xf6 ! b2 31 :b5 (threatening :xh6+) 3t. :c6 (23f) 32 :xc4!
C3! 1h4+ with 5 �fl . d5 (6 ... 1b3 !? 'ii'xd6! e3?! 1e6 10 'ii'd3 c6 1 1 'ii'xe3 gave White good play in a re cent Fedorov game. 1h4+ (few players can resist the check when the king is forced to e2) 5 'it>e2 d5 (5 ... c6 is less ambitious - I once had a game which went 6 d4 d5 7 'ii'd2 ! c6 10 c3 0-0-0? (the critical line is 1 0 ... g5, when Gallagher-Klovans, Oberwart 1 993 continued 1 1 �d 1 0-0-0 12 �c2 :the8 !? 1d3 ! xh4 :txe4 ! xd4+ !? :ted8 with 17 :ta3, looks good) 1 1 'iVxf4 'iVe6 12 �e3!
101 Attacking Ideas in Chess: Aggressive Concepts from a Grandmaster's Arsenal by Joe Gallagher