Stetsko-Dolzhikova, Bossa Nova v Oslo Schakselskap, European Club Cup, 24 October 2015.
Position after 72. Qc3-c4+.
I don't think there's any way of winning this for Black, but there's at least one way of trying to win. Also one way of losing, which happens to be the same way...
Bartholomew-Huschenbeth, Chess24.com Banter Blitz, 24 October 2015, position after 34. Rc8-c5+.
With this one, there might be some ways to lose slowly, but there's definitely one way to lose quickly. Spectacularly quickly.
Anon-David Blower, 2015.
I don't have full details for this, which is from the English Chess Forum, but before you click, take the trouble to find the one, and only one, way White has of not winning this. It's not so hard to work out. Harder perhaps to work out that everything else keeps the win on the board. Or to work out how White missed this.
[Thanks to Matt Fletcher, Chess24.com and Jack Rudd]
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