This position is one of those that look like they must be composed but in fact comes from a real game.
It's Janowski - Ed. Lasker, New York 1924. I came across it while thumbing through Tartakower and Du Mont's 500 Master Games of Chess the other day.
Black is about to play his 67th move.
Would anybody care to punt some analysis as to what's going on here?
I never get anything this random in my own games, probably because many moves before the game has a chance to get interesting I've already offered a draw. Perhaps I should try to play on just a little longer!