Black guards his Bishop on e4. The Bishops f3 and e4 are kept together by the Rook Magnets e3 and f4. The real battle starts now.
15. Ke1-N, Ke7-N 16. Ne1-g2, Bg5xf4+ 17. Rd4xe4, Ne7xf5 18. Kd3-N, Re4xe3+ 19. Ng2-e1, Nf5-d4+ 20. Re3-e4+, Nd4xe6 21. Ne1xf3, Kd8-e7 22. BMe5-B, Ne6-d8 23. Be5-d4+, Rf6-e6 24. Bg3-h4+, Bg7-f6 25. Rg1-g4, Rh8-h5 26. Bf4-e5, Bf6-g5 27. Rg4-f4, Ba6-b5 28. Nd3-b4, Bb6-a5+ 29. Nb4-d3, Nd8-c6 30 Rc3-b3, Ba7-b6 31. Ba3-b4, Bg6-f5 32. Bh2-g3, Bg5-f6
Black opens the g-line preparing an attack on that side. White has only three light squared Bishops left and they are all at the other side of the board. White has a little spacial advantage.
33. Rf1-g1, Rg8-RM 34. Rb3-a3, Bf5-g4+ 35. Nf3-h2, Bg4-e2+ 36. Nd3-e1, bg3-g7 37. Ne1-K, Be2-d3 38. Bd2-c3, Rh5-g5 39. Ke1-d2, Rg5-g2+ 40. Nh2-f3, Bf7-h5+ 41. Rf4-g4, Bf6-g5+. A Bishop sacrifice White has to accept. Black now sacrifices more material to get an attack. 42. Nf3xg5, Re6-g6+ 43. Ng5-h3, Ke7-f7 44. Bh4-f6, rg4-e6
Black forces White to attack him and creates an open space around White's King and Knight. The Bishop on d3 is poisoned. Kxd3 R6g3+ Bxg3 Rh2+ Ng5+ Kg6#.
45. Nh3-f4, Rg2-g3 46. 46 Bf2-e3, Bd3-f1 47. Nf4xh5, Rg3-g2+ 48. Kd2-e1, Rg2-e2+, Ke1xf1, Rg6-g2 50. Be3-f2, Rg2-g5+ 51. Nh5-f4, Re2-e3 52. Nf4-K, Re3-g3 53. Kf4-N, Kf7xf6 54. Nf4-e2, Kf6xe6 55. Rg1-g2, Rg3-e3+ 56. Bd4-BM, Rf8-f3 57. Ne2-K, Rg5-g3
Black has three Rooks on both enemy Kings. But it will be hard to push further. The rest of his army is far away.
58. Bf2-BM, Ke6-f5. 59. Rh1-h5+, Kf5-g6 60. Re4-h4, Kg6xg7. White tries to prevent the Black King from joining the attack. And now the Bishops are gone, Wihte finds a chance to attack the black King. 61. Rh4-g4+, Kg7-f8 62. 62. Rh5-f5+, Kf8-e7 63. Rg4-g7+, Ke7-d8 64. Bc2-e4, rf5-e6 65. Be4-g6, RMd5-R. Now White should have continued his attack instead of finding something about the neutralization of his Bishop Magnet. 66 Ke2-d3, Nc6xe5+ 67. Kd3-c2, Ne5xg6 68. Bc4-d3+, Rf3-f5 69 BMd4-B, Ng6-f4 70. Bd4-f6+, Kd8-f8. Saved by the Rook Magnet on g8. 71. Re6-e7, Kf8-N 72. Re7-f7+, Nf8-g6
The struggle on one side continues. Now, Black's Knights will surely join the fight against the White Kings. But the Knights are not completely safe. 73. Bf6-g5+, Nf4-h3 74. Rg7-h7+, Nh5xg5 75. Rf7-f6+, Ng6-f4 76. Rh7-h5+, Ng5-f3. Free from further checks, as h4 is protected and Whites two Bishops c3 and d3 are pinned. 77. Rh5-h6, Nf3-K 78. Bd3-e2+, Re3xe2 79. Rc1-d1, Bb5-a4+ 80. Ra3-b3, Rd5-d2+ 81. Kc2-c1, Nf4-K 82. Rh6-h4+, Kf4-g5 83. Rh4-h6, Bb7-e4 84. Re2-RM, Rc5-e5 85. Rh6-g6+, Kg5-f4 86. Bb4-c5, Rd6-d4 87. Rb3-b4, Ba4-b3 88. Kc1-N, Be4-c2 89. RMe2-R Bc7-d6 90. Rd1-e1, Rd2-d1+ 91 Re1-RM, Rc8-RM.
Now there is little White can do against a slow but sure death. Black's Kings are well protected and White's forces are locked up. Black will soon lock White entirely and go for the kill. 92. Bc3-d2+, Re5-e3 93. Bd2-c3, bc5-c7 94. Rb5-c4, Ba5-BM 95. Bb2-a3, bc3-b4 96. Nc1-K, Bd6-e5 97. Rc4-c3, Rd4-d2 98. Kc1-b2, Bb3-a4 99. Ba2-b3, Bc2-d3+ 100. Re2-RM, Bd3-c4 101. Ra1-a2, Kf3-N 102. Kb2-a1, Nf3-d4 103. Rb1-c1, Nd4-b5 104. Ra2-c2, Nb5xc7 105. Rf6-d6, Nc7-b5 106. Rd6-d5+, Bb6-c5 107. Rg6-b6+, Nb5-c7 108. Rd5-d6, Nc7-K 109. Rb6-a6, Bc5-b6 110 Rd6-h6, RMg8-R 111. Kf1-g1, Kf4-N 112. RMe1-R, Kc7-b7 113. Rh6-h4+, Rg8-g4. White is terminated. 114. Kg1-h2, Rg3-f3 115. Rg2-g3, Rf5-h5 116. Bb4-e7, Be5-f6 117. Be7-d6+, Nf4-d5 118. Kh2-h3, BMd7-B 119. Ka1-a2, Kb7xa6 120. Rc3-d3+, Bb6-d4 121. Ba3-c5, Rb8-RM 122. Ka2-a3, bb3-b7 123. Rc1-b1, Bc4-b3 124. Bc5-b4, rc2-c7 125. Rb1-c1, Re3-RM 126. Rc1-c5+, Nd5-b6. Now, Rc6+, Bd7BM, Kxg4 looks nice, bot Black simple does Nc4# 127. Rc5-c2, Bd4-b2+ 128. Rc2-RM, Nb4-c4+ 129. nc4-c3, Nc3-b1#