Game reeks of underestimation by Black who appears,
uncharacteristically, to have left his shooting boots at home.
Just skipped through it.
Wrong mind set straight away. Black to play.
Black chose 5...Qe7. perhaps still thinking in terms of Black must
equalise first and then try to win.
5...Nd5. Hello c3. Hello d3. The Black Queen is now eyeing h4 with a
King disturbing check.
Here Black to play.
I can see two undefended pieces. 13...Ng6.
14.Qd4 pinning the Knoght to g7 look a move. But...
I see a Queen on the same diagonal as the King.
A loose piece on e2 and Nc6 coming. Something must give there.
On we go. Black to play.
Black fearing the discovered attack chose 20...Qc6.
On discovered attacks or discovered checks look at ways of poking
the main attacking piece. In this case the Rook on g3.
20....Bf2 looks like it's going to win something.
White plugged away and towards the end realised any
pulling back from the 'attack' would mean certain defeat.
Then, if you needed any further proof that the old adage;
'Last to Blunder Losses' is true. Here is further evidence.
Black had over 30 moves at his disposal but found the only
move that allowed a mate in one.
36...Rg8. Seeing the possible threat of White playing Rf6 but
Black can ignore it. You must learn how to shut these won games down.
36...c7 27.Rf6 Qd1+ 28.Kh2 Bc7+ 29.Rf4 BxR+ 30.QxB Qd6.