When one lives under the guidelines of 21st century chess, with a high sophistication in opening theory and a predominance of conservative strategies, a game with the spirit of the 19th century is a breath of fresh air: the only thing that counts is the attack on the king. , and its price does not matter.
And for the feeling of freshness to be greater, the author of this jewel is a 15-year-old boy. But not one of the increasingly precocious and numerous young stars, but one of the young Russian talents, Alexander Triapishko, whose results up to that moment were not very dazzling. But his creativity made him immortal before he came of age.