This is our last position for the week devoted to attacking a kingside castled position, and it’s a dandy! You get the whole game because there is so much going on and so much that could have gone on, that it is a remarkable instructional game.
In 1927, Gustaf Nyholm took apart Ehrhardt Post. He signaled his attacking intentions right from the get-go. He finishes the game by move 19, so he did a really good job of demolishing that kingside castled position. There were other ways to go, though, and they are instructional as well. It is worth playing this game through using the notes in the solution. It will sharpen your attacking skills.