Active queen against rook, bishop and knight
I played the next game against the hungarian international master Sandor Farago
I played the London system and he played c5 and early b5 pawn sacrifice. He could win it back with a close to equal position, but decided to not.
I developed a nice pawn center, he wanted to exchange the queenside pawns to create a benko-gambit style position.
Just in time I played e4-e5 to start an attack against the king.
I sacrificed a knight and then another knight and rook for the queen.
The endgame showed a great cooperation of my queen, rook and pawns against the pieces: