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I played a 10 minute game where I ended up winning, but I can't help but wonder if my opponent missed a win. It was a pretty cool game, I ended up artificially castling queenside at the end. Let me know if I missed a tactic. This game was full of them.
31. Rg7+ is a random kick in the balls, the pinned knight still guards the rook on d6 and you can only uselessly interpose pieces to avoid the mate on b7.
Perhaps it is not random, it does bring the last piece into the attack with check. It does however, involve seeing that 31...Rc7 32. Rxc7+ is check, otherwise 32...Bxe4+ would win.
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