Annotated Chess Game 12813363 by 64squaresofpain
My thoughts, with help from Dr. Fritz
Greedy, materialistic computer's like to say that Nxf7 is better, but human experience says otherwise!
1... Ke8e7 2. Bf7b3 d5
It's either this or Rf8, I prefer this move to free the light square bishop
3. Nb1c3 h6 4. exd5 Nc6d4 5. Ng5e4 Bc5b6
Computer suggested exchanges on b3 and then e4, ready to play Qxd5 to get a pawn back, but in my experience you're more likely to create chances by keeping material on the board
6. Ne4xf6 gxf6 7. d3 Nd4xb3
This goes against what I just said, but it was to allow Qg8 (if I played it now, you'd have d6+ winning the Queen)
8. axb3 Qd8g8 9. Qd1f3 h5
Already looking at trapping your Queen, however Be3 or h3 stops most if not all threats
10. Nc3e4 Qg8g7
Protects the pawn and now Bg4 is the threat, again h3
I guess this was missed.... however White still has an ace in the hole
Ng3 here at least threatens Nf5+ after Black takes the Queen... the engine scores the game pretty evenly here, but Ng3 is hard to see (I certainly didn't catch it)
Now it's all but lost, unlucky...