Annotated Chess Game 13467087 by ChristopherGiofreda
This is a Qh4 Scotch marred by many inaccuracies and topped off by horrendous blunders. You have now lost 4-5 with this line.
1. e4 e5 2. Ng1f3 Nb8c6 3. d4 exd4 4. Nf3xd4 Qd8h4
?! Even Lev Gutman can't redeem this move.
5. Nd4b5 Bf8b4 6. c3
There are more aggressive tries.
6... Bb4a5 7. Qd1e2 d6 8. g3 Qh4g4
Black got let off the hook.
9. Qe2xg4 Bc8xg4 10. Bf1g2 Ng8e7 11. Bc1e3 a6 12. Nb5d4 Nc6e5 13. O-O O-O
c5 and Nc4 were both tries that black did not consider.
14. Nb1d2 Ba5b6 15. Nd4c2 Bb6xe3 16. Nc2xe3 Bg4e6 17. f4 Ne5g4 18. Ne3xg4 Be6xg4 19. Ra1e1 Bg4d7 20. c4 Ra8b8 21. e5 dxe5 22. Re1xe5 Ne7c6
23. Bg2xc6 Bd7xc6 24. Rf1e1 f6
Maybe better was Rfd8, attacking the knight, where the e8 square is still defended twice.
25. Re5e7 Rf8f7 26. Nd2b3 Kg8f8 27. Re7xf7 Kf8xf7 28. Nb3c5 Rb8d8 29. Re1e2 a5 30. Kg1f2 g6
! For tactical reasons where the white knight will end up on e8 in some variations.
31. Nc5e6 Rd8d7 32. b3 h5 33. h3 b6
?! This is a minor inaccuracy. Rd3 is tactically justified. White is not winning the c7 pawn without giving up the g-pawn. Somehow you missed that the king moving to e1 abandons the pawn.
34. Re2e3 Rd7d2 35. Kf2e1 Rd2xa2
?? Blunders the bishop. You were aware of that square before!
? Missed the win.