Do you like king hunts? Well, here is one, it was fascinating and awesome to witness - I was on the receiving end of it against a GM. Here it is. gameknot.com. Hope you have a good read.
If you're looking to extend this thread to King GHunts in general, here's something from my GK archives. Here the King Hunt didn't quite come off...
Queen's Gambit; 2005
1.c4 e6 2.Nc3 d5 3.d4 Nf6 4.Bg5 Be7
At this point I stumbled into a peculiar and not very good line...
5.Qc2?! dxc4 6.e4 Nc6! 7.Nf3 Nxd4 8.Nxd4 Qxd4
9.Be3 Qe5 10.f4 Qa5 11.Bxc4 ...
Relieved to get one of the pawns back and with a nicely developed position. Black's LSB will prove a bit of a problem for her.
11...0-0 12.0-0-0 c6 13.Kb1 Ng4 14.Bg1! Bc5
Forcing off the DSBs at some point or other...
15.Qe2 e5 16.f5 Bxg1 17.Rhxg1 ...
'Which rook?' is often a puzzle. Here I wanted to keep hold of the open d-file.
17...Nf6 18.g4 b5 19.Bb3 Nd7 20.Qe3? ...
Thrown somewhat by the enemy knight's precipitate retreat before attacked by g4-g5, I think I played this to keep the knight out of c5. But my opponent pointed out this move as a mistake with her response. The right move was as planned: 20.g5 at once.
20...Qb6! 21.Qg3 ...
And so White has lost a tempo. That was to prove crucial as events unfolded.
'The pity of it, Iago: the pity of it!'
22.g5 Nxb3 23.axb3 Qc5 24.Rc1 Qd6 25.Rgd1 Qe7
26.f6 Qe6 27.fxg7 Kxg7
The King Hunt begins...
28.Rf1 Re8 29.Rf6 Qxb3 30.Qh4 Be6
Developing the bishop at last. But it is a useful defensive move to protect the vulnerable f7-point.
31.Qh6ch Kg8 32.Rg1 Re7! 33.g6 hxg6 34.Rfxg6ch fxg6
Now we see the value of Black's 30th move. Without it, White could play, here, 36.Nd5! with a lethal attack. Nor is 36.Rf1ch any use. The quarry can still run. But so can the hounds...
36.Qh6ch Ke8 37.Qh8ch Kd7 38.Qxa8 ...
Something for the pot at any rate: material parity has been roughly restored. But new lines of attack have also opened up.
A very far-sighted move. White's rook can leave the back rank only with Black's permission. That puts rather a crimp in White's attack.
39.Qxa7ch Kd6 40.Qb6 Rd7 41.Rd1ch Ke7 42.Qc5ch Kd8
43.Rd6 b4 44.Rxc6 ...
44...Ke8 45.Qb6 Kf8!
Slipping through White's fingers at last. I took what I could...
46.Rxe6 Rd1ch! 47.Nxd1 Qxd1 48.Ka2 Qa4ch
Draw by repetition (49.Kb1 Qd1ch etc)