Annotated Chess Game 8483092 by Eric Knight
A successful Fried Liver attack.
1. e4 e5 2. Ng1f3 Nb8c6 3. Bf1c4 Ng8f6
Black goes for the three nights defense, which is about the only time the Fried Liver attack can be used.
4. Nf3g5 d5 5. exd5
If black wants to avoid the Fried Liver attack at this point, he can move ...Na5.
Iacta alea est. Black is in for it now.
!? The Fried Liver attack begins.
Not much else to do here. Black now has a superiority in material, which will only increase until black is finally checkmated.
7. Qd1f3 Kf7e6
This is black's only viable response.
8. Nb1c3 Nc6b4
Threatening to fork White's King and queen's rook. A more defensive move is ...Ne7.
! Forcing black to decide now whether he's going to fork White's King and queen's rook.
This looks good for black, but is actually what white wants.
White is going for a quick win and doesn't need (and can't use) the rook at a1.