the winning move may not be obvious, because people (even me) look at Bxf4, but it does not win a piece but have only a pawn advantage for the endgame, if you played Bxf4, here's what would've happened 1...Bxf4 2.Rxf4 Nxd2 3.Bxd2 Rxd2 4.Rxd2 Rxd2 5.Rxf7+ Kh6 and 6.Rxb7 Rxb2, a pawn advantage, but might not be able to win yet the winning move is 1...Rd3+ 2.Kh2, forced, if Kg2, Ne3+ forks the king and the rook. 2...Nxd2 3.Bxd2 Rxd2!! 4.Rxd2 Rxd2 5.Rxd2 Bxf4+ ha! still forked the king and the rook, good game! this game was from one of my real life games, in the game, i won the game after his resignation at this position.
hope you enjoyed this puzzle, for more i will try to play more games
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