This game took place at the 1966 USSR Chess Championship
White to move.
Addition to my analysis below:
Lein’s actual move is 1. Bd5+!! — Black resigns in lieu of 1...Rxd5, 2. Ne7+! Rxe7, 3. Qxc8+ Kh7, 4. Bxg7! Kxg7, 5. Qf8+ Kg6, 6. Rf6+! Kg5/h5 (6...Kh7, 7. Rxh6#), 7. Qxh6#
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