Here’s an oddity. I can’t recall this ever happening to me before.
In this position, as Black, I went into a deep (for me) consideration of
23…Bb4 24.Rxd3 Rxd3 25.Bxd3 Bxc5
23…Re2 24.Bxe2 (forced) dxe2+ 25.Kxe2 Rxd2+ and White’s various responses; I liked this once I realized that instead of something like 26.Ke3 Rb2 27.Kd3 Be1 (not 27…Rxb3 28.Kc4), where I win the f-pawn but White gets his queenside counterplay rolling, I could simply play 26…Rd5 and win the c-pawn. Much cleaner.
So I reached out and played 23….Re2 — and announced “check”.
I do not know why I said this, since it isn’t check.
I guess part of my brain had skipped ahead one move?