By Ian Anderson
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Nf8 loses to 26 Qg7 mate. Nf4 Qg7 is also mate (1-0). VISUALIZATION EXERCISES 11 ply C10 62. Black has just taken White's Bg3. Visualize the position after the moves 16 Qxf7+ Kh8 17 Bxg61 Qxf2+2 18 Kxf2 Rf8 19 Qxf8+ Bxf8 20 Kxg3R hxg6 21 Nxg6+. What is the material balance? 1 White's threat is 18 Qxh7, so Black gives up his Queen to freeze White's Queen. 2 17…hxg6 loses to 18 Nxg6, mate.
VISUALIZATION EXERCISES 11 ply C01 CHAPTER 2. EXTRA ATTACKER ON F7 || 43 11 ply C45 65. White can add another attacker on f7. Visualize the position after the moves 8 Qh5 Bf51 9 Bxf7+2 Rxf73 10 Qxf7+ Kh8. What is the material balance and how can White win a piece here?
White Wins Material by Freeing up f7 50 [VX-58]. White can win Black's Nd3 by vacating f7 with 20 Qb3, with the dual threat of 21 Nf7+ and 21 Qxd3. 51 [VX-64]. White can win Black’s Nd2 by vacating f7 with 25 Qf4/Qa2, with the dual threat of 26 Nf7+ and 26 Qxd2.
Chess Visualization Course Book2: Kingside Sacrifices and Combinations (with preparatory positions) by Ian Anderson