I'm white against Polyphonic, and he just played 16... Rad8 so I have to protect the bishop. 17. Rcd1 is out because it hangs the knight but 17. Rfd1 looks pretty reasonable. The thing was I hadn't decided whether including f4-f5 in my intended kingside attack would be a good idea or a terrible idea. Part of me wanted to leave the rook on f1. I decided to forget the d file and try to get things going with 17. Qg4. I threaten Nc6; it's not winning the queen because he will always have ....f5, but it would be good definitely. He plays 17.... f5; 18. Qf4 is kinda forced since I don't especially want to take on c5 and lose my nice bishop/ activate his. Now 18... g5 19. Qe3 f4 and ...
20.... h5!21. Qe5 hxg4? (He wins with 21... Rxd4 first)
22. Qh8+ Kf7
23. Qh5+ Kg8
24. Qg6+ black resigns.