I spoke to Tate after the game. He said I should have played Bh1 when I first had the chance. He sensed that when I had not played it at the first opportunity after he played Bh3, that I didn't like the move. He figured I wouldn't play it later either, so he played accordingly. It's interesting how a player of that level picks up on those type of cues, and takes advantage of them. I guess that's why he's an IM and I'm not.
The game continued 46. Rd3+ Rd4, 47. Rxd4? This move makes my life much simpler since he not only lets me get rid of the rook,but allows my king to penetrate. The game continued 47...Kxd4, 48.Kf2 Kd3 49. Ke1 b3 50. Bc1 Kc2 51. Bh6 b2. White resigns.
Tomorrow I have four rounds. Most likely I'll play a 1900-2000 rated player in the next round. By winning the second round I should avoid the crazy 3rd round pairing I had last year when I crushed the little kid who never played an adult or player with a 4 digit rating