Attacking From Every Angle by FM Dennis Monokroussos
When it comes to all-out tactical play in the fight for the initiative, few if any players surpassed the 8th world chess champion, Mikhail Tal. While Tal produced brilliancies of this sort on what seemed like a daily basis in his youth, the mature Tal was still capable of unleashing such masterpieces as well. In this 1982 game with Dutch GM John van der Wiel, Tal sacs a pawn in the opening for a ferocious initiative that his opponent never managed to put out. It is remarkable that Tal was able to use the entire board so effectively: he has attacking units from all four quadrants of the board, all coordinating beautiful in the hunt for the black king.