An example of this is the Karpov - Kasparov game from the 1993 Linares tournament. If you play through the game below, make sure you stop at move 22 (22. Nc1) to appreciate what Kasparov did to Karpov. It looks like Karpov had started with his back rank shuffled, and I assume Kasparov took great delight in his position. But once you have enjoyed the static nature of the position, keep clicking to see the dynamic finish that Kasparov found.
Karpov,Anatoly (2725) - Kasparov,Garry (2805) [E86]
Linares 11th Linares (10), 1993