Yes, a nice little alert wrap up.
Had a good 4/0 game earlier on.
I played Ne2 to get away from Sveshnikov theory as I know nothing about it
and the lad went to pieces. An unforced swap on c3 and he more or less
dared to sac on h6.
This position, him to play.
He took ages to move here (he took the Bishop on h6 right away).
Anyway, as often happens after a long think at blitz, he blundered and
played Kg7 and walking into a Knight fork.
Then here. Him to play.
Two pieces attacked so he played Nb6.
I did not take the Rook but gummed him up instead.
(I'm not giving up my Knight against someone who misses Knight forks!).
Look at this - him to play.
Find him a move. He eventually came up with Na4 trying to untangle
the Queenside with b6/b5.
Then came my Knight sac and he ran away after 24.Rg6+ with just a
few seconds left. I've added the forced mate.