I could not have made this up. I have seen an endgame study somewhere and sometime ago that utilized the same technique I was about to employ. Here I was in Round Two, fighting for a draw after exchanging off the pawns on the queenside. It's easier for the defending side to have the action on one side of the board only. My opponent took his rook from d4 to 54... Rc4. Can you see it now? My last move was 54. Re3, setting up the strike. I tell you what, I am not going to even tell you what happened next. You figure it out!