Annotated Chess Game 11378211 by talzamir
1. e4 e5 2. d4 exd4 3. c3 dxc3
4. Nb1xc3 g6
A bit passive for black. The lack of an e-pawn makes f6 difficult for the knight so a knight at f6, bishop at g7 doesn't work.
Similarly passive. The king's bishop already has a route into the game, and with the gambit opening, white needs go on offensive.
5... Nb8c6 6. Ng1f3 Bf8g7 7. Bf1g2 Bg7xc3
Rips the queen side position to pieces and exchanges a position but also loses the diagonals d8-h4 and b2-h8
8. bxc3 d6 9. O-O
White is ready with the development. Black is sorely unprepared.
9... Bc8g4 10. Bc1f4
Not a very effective square for the bishop as the d6 pawn hinders it, but can prepare Re1 and the e5. The Bishop could be stronger at b2.
10... Qd8f6 11. h3
Too passive. Maybe Qb3.
An exchange could be considered too.
Maybe Bc1. Qxc3 would be followed by Bc2, and black loses the h8 Rook.
12... Ng8e7 13. Bd2g5
? Forgets the c-pawn.