Sometimes the finish to a game is the most sparkling part. Witness the following between Bill Wall and an opponent who will remain anonymous.
For all practial purposes, the game has been over for a while - but Black has been hanging on. Not for much longer, though.
Now White has the routine discovered check 29.Nd8+, and the game ends either after 29...Kf8 30.Qf7# or 29...Kh8 30.Qe8#.
Why overlook a Queen sacrifice and a smothered mate, however? There is double, discovered check.
Instead, 29...Kf8 30.Qf7# is again routine.
30.Qg8+ Rxg8 31.Nf7 checkmate
Recall the game rigidwithfear - golddog2, Jerome Gambit Tournament, RedHotPawn.com, 2016 for another smother.
It is interesting that The Database has 8 games with the same checkmating pattern, including 2 that ended with an unforced ...Rg8 followed by Nf7#.