as you say you missed his Qe3+ but still won.
Yes - 'what goes around comes around.'
Caissa has a wonderful sense of humour, She often takes away with
one hand and gives back with the other.
That's two games shown both containing the same errors.
Not Checking all Checks
and Unprotected Pieces
Two very common errors and eaily eradicated from one's play.
In a way it's a pity you won because you never got the lesson,
You did not feel the burn.
The sting of falling into a two move trick.
If you had lost this game on move 10 (as you should have).
Then you may not have blundered in the other game you lost
because you will have learned all about checks and unprotected pieces.
Caissa is trying to help you - don't ignore her.
Before you make the move you have decided on - checks all checks
and look at all unprotected pieces.
Copy this and stick it in your profile. (there should be room).
"Before I move I will check all checks and look at unprotected pieces
to see if there are any two moves tricks on."
Infact Everyone do it.
because I'm sick of saying it and seeing
game after game after game after game with players falling for two
movers involving checks and unprotected pieces.