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This is quite a quagmire. I like the simple1. ... c1=Q2. Nxc1 Rxc1which wins a knight for a pawn. More importantly, Black's threat 3. ... Rg1+ looks devastating for White.At first I considered 1. ... Rxd3, but after 2. Bxd3 Qb3 3. Bxc2 Qxc2both players have gained equal material (worth 6 pawns).
Thanks for the comment. I think you may consider: 1. ... Rxd32. Bxd3 Qd1
But of course!! There it is, clear as day. Thanks!
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