A sac of puzzle-worthy proportions

ChessSoldier

 So, did I miss anything?
sangyk

If the white had moved to 27.Qxf3 and got the black knight   instead of the white move 27.Rb5,  the white could have been better.

27. Qxf3 b1=Q+ 28. Kg2 Rxd5 29. Qxd5 g6 30. Qd8+ Kg7 31. Qd4+ Kg8 32. Qxa7

Or

27. Qxf3 b1=Q+ 28. Kg2 Qb6 29. Qe4 Rd8 30. Re5

sangyk

In case that the white had moved to 27.Qxf3 and got the black knight   instead of the white move 27.Rb5,

ChessSoldier
Not g6, but h6.  Then there's no fork and the pawns should hold.  My queen covers the b pawn and the diagonal that leads to my king after Kh7.  If the White queen leaves the e4 square, then I have a check and can slip to somewhere useful. It's hard to win from here, but at least it's not lost and I can say I sac'ed my queen.