Originally posted by nimzo5
Very nice! How long did it take for you to find Nd5 and did you see all the way to mate from there?
I saw that moving the Knight would allow check as soon as white played fxe5, i think ..Nd5 was the first move i calculated as keeping the white bishop on the board is desirable to give a follow up check. Obviously whites knight on d2 makes the move winning on the spot! Interestingly, white still loses after 10.fxg4 ..Qh4+ 11.Kf1 ..Qh3+ 12.Ke1 ..Bc5 where there is no defence against ..Qh4+ and mate on the following move. Winning the Queen actually lets white off the hook!
EDIT: Actually, the correct line should be 10.fxg4 ..Qh4+ 11.Kf1 ..Qh3+ 12.Ke1 ..Bc5 13.Rg1 (to block the check) ..Qxh2 and white is busted...
EDIT2: Actually this line doesn't work, instead of 13.Rg1 white simply moves the knight on d2 and black is a piece down!