An artistic endgame by Leela Chess Zero against a Grandmaster (knight odds game)

This was the final game of a mini match between AI Leela Chess Zero ID11248 and Grandmaster Daniel Naroditsky. This 5|2 blitz game was played on and it was a knight odds game with Leela Chess Zero beginning without a king knight. This artistic endgame idea Leela played was described by Naroditsky himself as brilliant, and was one that reminded me of Leopold Mitrofanov’s most celebrated endgame composition that can be seen here:

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