I am not too sure we can condemn an opening on one game, especially
when you consider that the player of the Black pieces was rather good. (
32.Rxe7 looks like a shot, It wins a piece.
Does the pinned d3 Knight get into trouble after 32...Qxe7 and Rd8.
I can see a way out.
My main reservation is the name of the White player.
It's a blatant tactic (else I would not have seen it) If it was any good I'm
sure he would have played it
Though getting the Queens off (White's King is more exposed) and trying to make
something of th passed pawns also looks playable.
The g7 Rook is out of the game so it's 2 Rooks and pawns v R & B till Black
untangles. (which he did.)