Game 1 - Winning Attack
Black (Me) has a winning attack, time to bring home the bacon....
(Black to play)
Game 2 - Find The Best Move
White had traded a Knight+Bishop for a Rook+Pawn to pry open my King position. I knew that Black has a slight advantage but I was thinking of how to best activate my pieces here. I sank into a deep long think.... and came up with a move. What move was it?
(Black to play) :
Game 3 - I Didn't See It Coming
My opponent thought that he could defend with Black and played 1.... Qd6. What did he miss?
(White to play)
1... Bf1+ 2. Rxf1 Rh2#
The move I played was 1.... Nh4! Suddenly the dawn of realisation came when my opponent realised that the Knight on h4 is untouchable. White tried 2. Qb3+ Bd5 and resigned a few moves later.
Added Question: Can you figure out why White cannot play 2. gxh4? Because it ends in mate!
2. gxh4 Qxh2+
3. Kg1 Qh1+
4. Ke2 Qf3+
5. Kg1 e3!! and mate cannot be prevented
Game 3 -
The winning move was 1. f4! And mate cannot be stopped as the the next move is Qh7#. If
1. f4 Nxf4 (else 1.... Rh8 2. f7=Q+ Bxf8 3. Qg5#)
2. Rxf4 also results in mate after Qh7+ and Qh4#