This game was played a few moments ago on FICS. Black has just played 19. Rd7. Clearly Black is intending to double on the d-file and come swinging around entrapping the Queen with Rd2. I wasn't afraid of swapping a Queen for 2 Rooks in this case as the position is fairly open but what I am worried about is that pesky Knight on c6. And Q+N combinations are particularly deadly.
Another problem with my position was that pawn on b5 holding everything up and I desperately wanted that square c4.
I took sometime to consider and played the best response I could think of at that moment. I targeted the b-pawn.
20. a4! Rfd8? (Black's best response is probably....a6 and my counterplay has all but gone but my opponent appeared too focused on his attack)
21. axb5 (now I'm winning I've broken through his weak pawn chain and attacking his Knight) Rd2??
22. Qxc4+ 1-0 (Black loses a piece after Qxc4 23. Bxc4+ Kh8 bxc6)
Another lucky win (not too particularly happy). I'll fire up Fritz on this position when I get home.