Sense of Danger
This game was played in the third round of the recent Pfalz Open in Germany. I am presenting this game to you because this game contains a very important point. That is "Sense of Danger." For a very strong chess player the alertness level will be much higher both tactically and strategically at times when danger approaches. I mean that one of the strong points of a strong player is that he becomes incredibly alert in a bad position. Lets take a look at this game:
Moral of the story: It's very important for a chess player to know when to raise his alertness level to the highest degree. In that case black could have found 14...Rh7! in this game.