This was a recent game at the Champions Showdown. Carlsen has just played 46. Bf2. How should black have responded?
8/R3bk2/3p4/2pPp3/2P2p1p/3P1P1r/4KB2/8 b - - 0 1
By the way 1 . Bf2 Rh1 (is also winning )
I saw the first move quickly too. I liked this variation.
1...Rh22.d4 exd43.Kf1 h34.Bh4 Rh1+5.Ke2 Rb16.Rxe7+ Kg67.Re6+ Kh58.Bf2 h29.Re8 h1=Q10.Rh8+ Kg511.Rxh1 Rxh112.Kd3 Rh213.Be1 Ra214.Bd2 Kf515.Be1 Ra3+16.Ke2 d3+17.Kd2 Ke518.Bh4 Kd419.Bf6+ Kxc420.Ke1 Kb321.Bg5 Kc222.Bxf4 Ra1+23.Kf2 d224.Bxd2 Kxd2
It's a good puzzle
Arein, 1. ....Rh1 probably wins, too, and in a similar way eventually, however, it gives white time to play 2.Bxc5 which is probably the move that Liren was worried about when he played 1. ....Kf6? which led to a draw.
For those interested, here is the actual game link: https://www.chessbomb.com/arena/2017-carlsen-ding/01-Carlsen_Magnus-Ding_Liren
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