The book received recently the Book of the Year award, on Chesscafe.com and I can see why. The two diagrams presented underneath gave me such a pleasure that I couldn't keep it just for myself and decided to challenge you:)
I hope you didn't see them before and if you did, I am sure their beauty will steal at least a smile from you! And keep in mind: the moves are surprising. That's all I'm going to say.
|Artur Yusupov vs Dieter Pirrot, 1994; 1-0|
Black is a pawn up and he would be more than happy,
if the queen wouldn't have been in danger.
How should White benefit from that?
Yusupov didn't find it, but he still won the game.
I can guarantee that you will have an enormous pleasure if you will find the solutions yourself. That's why I won't even publish the answers, not yet at least:)