Here is the game between Arthur Pomeroy (2092) and Samuel Darr (1545) that Samuel won. Unfortunately this Lichess tool doesn't seem to let you import annotations - or at least, if it does, I haven't worked out how to do it yet.
After Samuel's 25...bxc3?? he should have lost - 27. R1b6 would have done it. But Arthur made a series of unfortunate decisions, and allowed 37...c2 in the final position (38. Bxc2 Qxd7)