Winston Huang and I arrived at this position and agreed to a draw. The question is: Is Black winning?
There are several interesting tricks lurking after 33…g5.
34.Rc1? Rh6+ and mate!
Therefore 34.Kg3 is forced, and then 34…g4 35.Kxg4? Re1+ and queens.
White’s rooks are tied to the first rank, more or less. Black looks to play …Rg6, …h5, …h4+, and …g3.
Anybody want to play the white side?
(A little retrograde analysis for fun. Queens were on d4 and e6. The several time-scramble moves leading to the diagram, and this will help explain the draw, were 29.Ncb5 Rfh5 30.Nc7 Rxh2 31.Qg7+!! Kxg7 32.Nxe6+ Rxe6)