|Black: NetWorld||White: G. Dunkel||comments|
|1.||S4e - 3d||G2a - 3b||6 motions: S3d=50%, G2d=33%, K2d=17%|
|2.||G3e - 4d||B3a - 2b||3 motions: G4d=67%, K2d=33%|
|3.||G4d - 4e||G3b - 3c||3 motions: G4e=67%, S3c=33%
Blacks G4e was surprise for White, and now W: starts attack.
|4.||S3d x 3c||B2b x 3c||1 motion: Sx3c=100%
after beats the square 2d is dangerous for Black.
|5.||R*2a+||I got 3 motions: G*2a=33% and G-d4=33% are mistages, because White can do checkmate with S*2dX.
Drop R*2a=34% done.
Rook Drop to the 2a+ with check was tempting, but not very productive.
|Ka4 - 3b||The King can parry and at the same time it threatens the Rook.|
|6.||R2a x 1a||2 motions: Rx1a? =100%
Move seems natural, but it forgets the keytone square 2d!!!
|S *2d X||Silver drop and immediate checkmate!|