I didn't want to start a new thread for this,but I was wondering if old Greenpawn had seen it.
If 7. ... Ke8 8.Bg5
Black's 8th and White's 9th each took an hour!
10. ... Kxh4 11.Nf3+ Kg4 12.Qxc5 Nxh1? 13.Qc4+ mates (Chess Life)
10. ... d6 11.Ndf3+ Kg4 12.h3+ Kg3 13.Qc4 (threat 14.Nf5+!) Nxh1! black wins (Chess Life)
12. ... Kh5 13.Qf3+! Ng4 14.h3! Qxe5+ 15.Kf1 (Chess Life)
And finally a quote from Chess Life:
"The laughter-filled analysis session continued for almost and hour, with grandmaster spectators such as Peter Leko and Emil Sutovsky taking turns to sacrifice more of Short's pieces."
I really enjoyed that game. There is nothing like a 14 move Petroff draw to get the juices going.
The article also had a nice swindle from the same tournament.
Wesley So-Anish Giri
Black To Move
1. ... Nd1!
2.Qc1 (Better Rxd1)
2. ... Qg3!
3. Ne2?? (3.Qxd1)
And black's killer was ...
3. ... Rf1+!! with mate next move
Seeing these two games brought a smile to my face.