Originally posted by Wulebgr
From the first diagram, play continued 22...Bxh1 23.Rxh1 Qf3? 24.Be4 Qh5 25.Bxb7 O-O
Now white has a choice
[fen]2r2rk1/1B2bpp1/p3p2p/7q/1P6/2B3P1/PPQ2P1P/1K5R w - - 0 26[/fen]
Should white win back the exchange, or eliminate black's last queenside pawn?
White chose 26.Bxa6 (apparently not the best move).
At this point white had 10 minutes left on the clock to black's 49 minutes.
A series of inaccurate moves followed: 26...Rc7 27.Qb3 (Fritz offers ?? for this move, recommending Qe2) 27...Qf5+ 28.Ka1 Qf3
We have an interesting set of imbalances: bishop and two pawns versus rook; three passed pawns on the queenside for white; four against three on the kingside for black; white back-rank weakness (mate threats).