To put things in perspective, my week is going much better than a soon to be former Governor of New York, Mr. Eliot Spitzer... who advocated back in 2001 as attorney general for a piece of software for banks to flag the feds when suspicious activity was occurring on bank transactions... had that very same piece of software flag him because he was to flamboyant to use the local hookers.
Have said all that, today's folly is a result of a blunder out of greed. Which also keeps in line with the Vatican's attempt to revamp the seven deadly sins. Though, what I was doing was going after a knight, I don't consider it to " being obscenely rich".
The final position looked like this. I had just played 24. ...Rd6 when white calmly checked me on the square I was no longer protecting. Should have gone 24 ... Ne8 instead...like what I was really thinking... BUT NOOOO... I thought I had that Knight... I was salivating. ( after check white goes to f5 forking my rook and queen... I decided to call it an early night and resigned).
The game in its entire folly is below: