I played this game in an International Master Tournament in Budapest. My opponent was an International Master who did a lot of effort for the chess life in Hungary.
I played the Nimzo-indian defense. The game went well until the middle, when he decided to give up the defense of the king for the attack of my rook and later also his queen left alone the king. Then I was able to make several sacrifices to open the kingside and break in to give a checkmate.
When you replay the game, please look the annotations under the board and look also the variations and side lines!