Yeah, why not? Find a game you thought was interesting and
had a few critical moments in it and noted it up.
No need for a note after every move, just what you consider are the
deciding moments and your thoughts.
Pity you were on the wrong side of these two masterpieces.
A double Rook sac here Game 7708765
And here White breaks all the rules, 9 of his first 10 moves are pawn moves.
When the game ends 31 moves later his QR, QN and QB are still on their
original squares. Game 7657579
You tend to lose gloriously.
Looking forward to an interesting choice of game from you.
You walked into a well known mating pattern in Game 7979496
Here as Black you played...
28...f6?? allowing one of the few ways two unaided
Rooks on the 7th rank can deliver mate.
28...f6 29.Rxg7 Kh8 30.Exh7+ Kg8 31.Rcg7 mate.
So you have indeed learned something from that lose.
Fighting against Rooks on the 7th can be a tiresome task,
best not to let it happen.
You can either dig in, which in my experience gives the whole
board over to your opponent or fight like a rat.
But again you are limited to how much fighting you can
do due to the power of the Rooks on the 7th.
If this was my game I would have hit him before the Rooks got
too settled. A trick a day and another loss saved.
If it fails, I'd trick and trap for a few more moves then resign.
I'm not letting him practice his won endgame technique on me.
My fault for allowing the stupid Rooks onto the 7th in the first place.
A roll of the 'loaded' dice in that difficult postion was 28...Rfa8.