Originally posted by I Falco I
I need to be blunt.
Not really. This game was decided more by blunders more than good by play.
If you want to play an Indian Defense I suggest you try and learn the principles and try and get the opening moves right but you may be better off replying d5 for now and working on the basic development of your pieces. And work on your basic tactics and strategy - if you can't see your opponents plan and combinations only 1 or 2 moves deep no about of improvement in opening technique will save you.
So my suggestion for now.
1. Go for simplier openings designed to control centre and open lines (for Bs and Rs).
2. Work on basic tactics and try and ensure you don't miss combinations only 1 or 2 moves deep.