A BIG CHEAP SWINDLE
I played in the US Amateur Team Tournament (South), and my team won the U1800 section. I played reasonably well overall, but my 4th round game on Sunday morning was awful (Sunday morning stinkers are a pattern for me).
In team tournaments one tends to play on even when the result should not be in doubt, and in this case it paid off! White went into autopilot, and as I played faster (as though I had given up on the game and just wanted it to end), he played faster right along with me.
I had elaborate notes to the game, but the pgn viewer exceeded my patience.
I started working on the stalemate swindle around move 35, and I will at least point out that white did not completely blow it until move 40, when 41. Ke4 or Kf4 preserves the win. He thought he could escape behind the pawns, not realizing that my bishop, pin notwithstanding, still controlled a2!