Pull the pawn(65..Rxf3) and the queen also becomes yours.
Flear vs D B Pritchard, 1978
(E40) Nimzo-Indian, 4.e3, 65 moves, 1-0
If Matt Murdock played chess, this would be him. Fearless.
Rajkovic vs Z Jeraj, 1989
(A40) Queen's Pawn Game, 56 moves, 1-0
Only this powerful piece could pull the door open for his team.
Ed. Lasker vs F Englund, 1913
(C48) Four Knights, 21 moves, 1-0
Lilienthal vs R Nezhmetdinov, 1951
(A54) Old Indian, Ukrainian Variation, 4.Nf3, 28 moves, 0-1
P A Bex vs Flear, 1990
(C50) Giuoco Piano, 56 moves, 0-1
Koltanowski vs A Engleman, 1946
(C50) Giuoco Piano, 37 moves, 1-0
king gets mated in the middle! The old guard delivers.
Lputian vs D Norwood, 1986
(A66) Benoni, 27 moves, 1-0
What are some immediate consequences? Play it through.
B Lalic vs D J Ledger, 2005
(A04) Reti Opening, 47 moves, 1-0
Mecking vs Panno, 1966
(E56) Nimzo-Indian, 4.e3, Main line with 7...Nc6, 51 moves, 1-0
In this endgame, a push by pawn and a "pull" by king wins.
N Davies vs R Chakvetadze, 1993
(A52) Budapest Gambit, 75 moves, 1-0
Attack both the squares, and every sick buffalo you can!
A Sharevich vs J Miloradovic, 2006
(A52) Budapest Gambit, 40 moves, 1-0
Wild. Imagine living with this position for weeks.
I Pataky vs Zsuzsa Polgar, 1978
(A02) Bird's Opening, 19 moves, 0-1
Aggressive play from both sides.
D Floor vs A van den Berg, 2000
(A41) Queen's Pawn Game (with ...d6), 41 moves, 0-1