[Event "?"] [Site "?"] [Date "1990.04.16"] [Round "7"] [White "Gregory, Keith"] [Black "Clark, Ian"] [Result "0-1"] [ECO "D78"] [WhiteElo "204"] [BlackElo "180"] [Annotator "peter"] [SetUp "1"] [FEN "6k1/5p1p/8/7q/P2QBP2/1r2P1Pb/5K2/7R w - - 0 38"] [PlyCount "6"] [EventDate "1990.??.??"] {Keith Gregory has played very nicely to reach this completely winning position. He is two pawns up and can win the bishop on h3 which is pinned.} 38. Bg2 Ra3 {With this move Ian sets one last trap. 39.Bxh3 only leads to a draw but doesn't 39.Rxh3 create a nice safe square for the king on h2? After 39... Ra2+ 40.Kg1 Qe2 41.Qe4 defends the bishop and White is just winning, right?} 39. Rxh3 (39. Qd2 {After this White will win the bishop with no unpleasant consequences}) 39... Ra2+ {Keith presumably now saw that if 40. Kg1 Black has 40...Rxg2! check and after 41.Kxg2 Qe2+ it is perpetual. So Keith avoids the perpetual by making sure Rxg2 is not check.} 40. Kf1 {But this is worse} Qe2+ { and mate cannot be avoided} 0-1