Originally posted by WilfriedvaWell, 1...Qh2+ 2.Kxh2 Rxf2+ 3.Kg1 Rxf6 and you have a rook and three pawns for the queen.
W.Hajenius - R.Braspenning,1998
Black to play and draw!
[fen]1r5k/5p1p/3qpNpQ/8/8/7P/r4P2/4R1K1 b - - 0 1[/fen]
In the actual game Braspenning (rated 2047) lost on time,but he had seen a way to save the game.As he showed during the post mortem.
It's rather brilliant.Too bad his hands weren't quick enough.
Originally posted by michael liddleThat is the same as my reckoning.
By my reckoning, your analysis gives black 2 rooks and 4 pawns against queen, rook and pawn.