Why run it through a box? What are we looking for?
All I can see it a position where White has burnt his bridge and has no
option but to attack and a difficult position for Black to defend.
Indeed it proved beyond Black in the three given examples.
(your'e post and two I am giving.)
Putting together the White attack after move 13 seemed well with the
capabilities of any reasonable player.
I'm surprised given your 1800+ grade and no losses you find this attack
extra ordinary. It's rather obvious the White will if he can chase the Black Queen
to better his pieces and look for a wee slip to exploit.
Black is on thin ice he has to play very carefully.
I like White. I'd take White OTB anyday.
Why did I say after move 13?
You asked where the theory ends. I have two previous games that reached
the same position before your posted game was played.
played on here in 2005 finished in 2007 has the same
position after 13 moves.
(played 3 years before the game you posted. White is 1400.)
Oh and do look at this one. It to is 'quite an attack' and again reaches
the same postition after 13 moves and incorporates the Rook e1-e4
and g2-g4 idea seen in the first game.
It was played 149 years ago.
(now tell again, why do we have run this game through an engine?)
Anderssen - Mayet Berlin, 1862