This game occurred in East Germany in 1972 when Vlatismil Hort was definitely a world class player. In this game, his opponent chooses a contentious line in the Panov Attack that involves a Pawn sacrifice. Henning played 21...g5?! offering a Pawn that leads to a piece fork.
Hort took the bait and let him have the piece and got an overwhelming advantage.
The trap wasn't a trap, and is better regarded as an enterprising piece sacrifice.
Meanwhile, this game gives useful insight into how both sides should handle this line in the Caro-Kann.
Positions in this game from move 22 on are great opportunities to practice technique with a big advantage. Hort found his path, see if you can find yours!