This player was actually about 450 online elo points above me. I cannot take credit for the brilliancy produced. It was more just one of those morning pre-coffee chess games and so I actually won and performed a good majority of these moves completely on accident (with the help of instinct). So here it is.
1. d4 e6 2. c4 d5 3. Nc3 c6 (semi-Slav defense) 4. Nf3 Nf6 5. Bg5 Be7 6. Bxf6 Bxf6 7. Qd3 Nd7 8. g3 a6? 9. Bg2 0-0 10. 0-0 Nb6 11. c5! Nd7? 12. Na4 b5? 13. Nb6! Nxb6 14. c5xb6! Qxb6! 15. Rc1 Bb7 16. Rc5 Be7 17. Rc1 c5 18. d4xc5 Bxc5 19. Ng5! g6 20. Rc2 Rac8 21. Qc3?? Bxf2+!! 22. Rxf2! Rxc3! 23. Rxc3! d4! 24. Rf3!? Bxf3 25. Bxf3 e5?? 26. Bd5!! d3 27. e2xd3 Qd4?? 28. Bxf7+!! Rxf7 29. Nxf7!! e4 30. d3xe4! Qxe4 31. Ng5! Qd4? 32. Ne6!! (I didn’t realize at the time but this move actually was threatening mate) Qd1 (opponent hoping for Kg2) 33. Rf1!! 1-0 (opponent resigned–best way to stop mate was Qxf1+ but then Kxf1 and white is up a knight for the end game).