1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bc4 Nd4
The Blackburne Shilling Gambit.
The Blackburne Shilling Jerome Gambit.
4...Kxf7 5.Nxe5+ Ke8
The position calls out for 6.Qh5+ - which Bill has also played - but if you believe Stockfish 7, the text move is a little bit better.
6...Ne6 was seen in Wall,B - Toyong, Chess.com, 2010 (1-0, 22) and Wall,B - Klevic, PlayChess.com, 2014 (1-0, 34).
7.Nxc6 dxc6 8.Qh5+ Ke7
A little bit better was 8...g6 in Wall,B - Apple, Chess.com, 2010 (1-0, 29)
Keeping the draw in hand for a moment. Previously Bill had played 9.d4 in Wall,B - Verrsili, Chess.com, 2010 (1-0, 19)
9...Kd7 10.Qg4+ Ke8 11.Qe2
Deciding to use the two extra pawns against Black's extra piece.
11...Be6 12.d4 Qe7 13.O-O Kd7 14.c4 Rd8 15.Nc3 Kc8
Black has castled-by-hand on the Queenside. Now he concentrates on developing his pieces.
16.Be3 Nf6 17.d5 cxd5 18.cxd5 Bg4 19.f3
The position looks about dynaically equal. Stockfish 7 suggests that the players should pursue that assessment: 19...Nxe4!? 20.fxg4 Nxc3 21.bxc3 Rxd5 22.Rae1 Qxe3+ 23.Qxe3 Bc5 24.Rf7 g6 25.h4 Re5 26.Qxc5 Rxc5 27.g5 Rxc3 28.Ree7 b6 29.Rxh7 Rd8 30.Re6 Rd2 31.Rxg6 Rg3 32.Rc6 Rgxg2+ 33.Kf1 Rgf2+ draw
Playing with fire, and daring Black to trap the Bishop with ...b7-b6. Black opts to pursue an attack on the enemy King, but the computer suggests that he go for the trap after preparation: 20...Nxd5!? 21.exd5 Qxe2 22.Nxe2 b6, etc.
After 20...b6 21.Qa6+ Kd7 22.Qa4+ Kc8 23.Bxb6 Black's King's defenses are crumbling.
Again, 21...b6 will fall to 22.Qa6+ Kd7 23.Qa4+ Kc8 23.Bxb6.
This attacks a piece and takes advantage of the pinned White e-pawn, but it is all too late.
23.Rxc7+ Kd8 24.Rxb7 Nxe4 25.Qxe4 Black resigned