The following article appeared in the (Australian-Sydney) Sun-Herald 28 March 2010 [Extra supplement, page 18]
I had shown kids I coach the final position of the game (chiefly as an example of a fork) the week before - ie the Monday after it was played on the Saturday.
...K-h7 is poor [ :) ] since 22 e5 is a killer (discovered attack) while ...gh lead directly to 22 Bxf6 - huge material, massive positional = total mess - particularly against this GM.
Set up your own Pins and Forks with the following pieces :
I had also also shown them this, which I came accross in 'Catastrophe in the Openg' by Plaskett, Game 74. I had only been attracted to the diagam and move, which is fortunate since after The Zhao game at Dubbo, I read the full game - particularly "Kasparov told me that knight on f5 in front of castled king may even be worth one pawn ..." , seeing the Zhao game, I can only agree - I'm kinda glad I didn't read it beforehand...