I kind of knew that I should trade the bishop, but I didn’t know how to continue after that, so I thought about the line Qxd5. It turned out that Qxd5 should come after Bxe7 because after Qxd5, e6 cannot take the queen and I would have gotten two bishops.
Why should I sacrifice the rook for the bishop? I thought Rg1 would work, but this means that I would sacrifice the queen.
Nf4 is best because of the fork, whereas Ne3+ only lets the king run away.
I saw the moves (…e4 and …Qa5+), but I couldn’t connect the moves in the best way because I couldn’t see pass …e4.
Sacrifice the rook to get the queen.
Why not Bxf6? Because then the bishop can take the f6.
…Rd1+, Kxd1, …Qf3+?? 😂
I thought about Qg3, but I didn’t want to sacrifice my bishop, so I gave up the thought.
The best line is …Qg3, Nxb7, …Ng4, Qxg4, …Qxg4.
This is a example of threatening.
“Checkmate, capture, threaten.”
Because there is no checkmates, no captures, so it’s best to threaten.
I was supposed to sacrifice the rook and keep the queen.
Qf3?? What was I thinking?