Open f-file versus open c-file...

2/19/2010 – ... was the scenario in this game from the Austrian Bundesliga, where White had just played 28.Bf4-c1, giving his rooks free view to the black king. How would you assess the situation now? A) White wins due to the threat 29.Rf1+; B) the game should end in a perpetual check C) Black wins. The solution is here, but first ponder over it with a  larger version of the diagram.

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White played 28.Bf4-c1, giving his rooks free view to the black king. How would you assess the situation now?

A) White wins due to the threat 29.Rf1+;
B) the game should end in a perpetual check
C) Black wins.

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