Originally posted by Data FlyMaybe I don't get it, but in the last position it is blacks move and g4 looks like checkmate to me...
Here is a position from a game I'm following in the Politiken Cup (Shandorff vs Harvey). Black offered a rook sacrifice with 1. ... Rc7 and I couldn't work out the mate if White accepted it (he didn't) so I plugged it into an engine. To my surprise there was a mate - but for White!
[FEN "8/1p2r2p/q2p2pk/5p2/1Q2nP2/1P4P1/P1R4P/4R1K1 w - - 0 1"]
[Set ...[text shortened]... lay
1. Kg2 Rc7 2. Rxc7 Qxa2+ 3. Kh3 Nf2+ 4. Kh4 Nd3 5. h3 Nxb4 6. Ree7