A rook on the seventh rank (the opponent's second rank) is typically very powerful, as it threatens the opponent's unadvanced pawns and hems in the enemy king. A rook on the seventh rank is often considered sufficient compensation for a pawn.
In this tournament the two top-rated players tied for 1st place
Deedchess took a game from shirehorse as the result of a blunder and won convincingly playing
with the black pieces - shirehorse won all games against the other two opponents
Diagram - CHEJOV (Black) likes to attack and plays a strong move here