Summerfruit: White has a rook for a bishop and a knight.
Black's queen is out of play and his king's position is vulnerable. All white pieces are well poised for attack:
29.Rxf6+! Kxf6 30.Qf4+ utilizing the pin by he bishop at b2.
Black has the following responses:
a) 30...Bf5 31.g4, white restores the material balance with attack.
b) 30...Ke6 31.Qxe5+ Kd7 (31...Kf7 32.Qg7#+) 32.Qg7+
b1: 32...Kc8 33.Rxe8+ Bxe8 34.Qxf8 pinning the bishop and threatning to capture it with check:
b11: 34...Qd8 35.Qxc5, white is two pawns up with three connected passed pawns and should win without difficulty.
b12: 34...Kd7 35.Bf6
Now the threat is 36.Qe7+ winning the bishop:
b121: 35...Qb8 36.Qe7+ Kc8 37.Qxe8+ winning.
b122: 35...Bg6 36.Qg7+ winning the bishop.
b123: 35...Bh5 36.g4 and the bishop is lost.
b13: 34...Kd8 35.Bf6+ Kd7 36.Qe7+ winning the bishop.
b2: 32...Kd8 33.Bf6+ Kc8 34.Rxe8+ Bxe8 35.Qxf8 winning the bishop.
b3: 32...Kd6 33.Rd1+ Ke6 34.Qf6#
c) 30...Ke7 31.Qxe5+ Kd8 (31...Kf7 32.Qg7# and 31...Kd7 tranposes to b)) 32.Qd6+
c1: 32...Kc8 33.Rxe8+ Bxe8 34.Qxf8 transposes to b1.
c2: 32...Nd7 33.Rd1
c21: 33...Re7 34.Bf6 winning.
c22: 33...Bf5 34.Qf6+ winning.
c23: 33...Qc7/b7/a7 34.Qxg6 winning.
d) 30...Kg7 31.Bxe5+
d1) 31...Rxe5 32.Qxe5+
d11: 32...Kg8 33.Qf6 and the threat 34.Re7 wins for white.
d12: 32...Kf7 33.Qe7+ Kg8 34.Qf6 transposes to d11.
d13: 32...Kh7 33.Qe7+
d131: 34...Kg8 35.Qf6 transposes to d11.
d132: 34...Kh8 35.Qf6+ Kg8(Kh7) 36.Re7(+) winning.
d133: 34...Kh6 35.Qh4+ Kg7 36.Re7+ winning.
d14: 32...Kh6 33.Qf4+ Kg7(Kh7) 34.Re7+ winning.
d2) 31...Kh7 32.Qh4+ Kg8 33.Qh8+ Kf7 34.Qg7+ Ke6 35.Bc7+ winning the queen.
d3) 31...Kg8 32.Qf6 threatning mate:
d31: 32...Qc7/Qb7/Qa7 33.Qh8+ Kf7 34.Qg7+ winning the queen.
d32: 32...Ne6 33.Qxg6+ Kf8 34.Bd6+ Re7 35.Rxe6 winning.
d33: 32....Rxe5 33.Rxe5, and the threat 34.Re7 cannot be parried, white wins.