Attacking an Under-defended Kingside
I was taking a break from work, logged onto Chess.com and clicked on the Learn tab under which there are Drills. In the Drills is one called Attacking and in that is a drill called Squeezing the Tarrasch (not far from the top). I presumed this was supposed to be a relatively straightforward attack against an under defended black kingside but after three tries I was not breaking it down. So I decided to test the Chess.com computer as Black in this position against Stockfish 8 on a multi-processor Macintosh with an Elo rating of about 3200. Even that monster had difficulty cracking the Chess.com defense but I have to admit it was instructive to watch. (Ignore the move numbers, they don't correspond correctly to this opening. The photo is from a recent game in New York's famous Washington Square Park).