Dmitry Jakovenko v Zoltan Almasi, World Cup, Russia . With level material, and only queen, minor piece and a pawn on each side, you could be forgiven for marking this down as a draw banker. Yes, White can queen his pawn by 1 eQ Bxe Qxe but that doesn't really help. The black queen can then start a checking sequence and even if White manages to reach queen and knight against queen that is a book draw except in rare circumstances. But the young Russian grandmaster Jakovenko still found a winning two-move tactic which could be called problem-like in such a barren position. Can you spot White's winning idea? Both the key moves are checks.