(A critical position.I believe Black has a big advantage here but he must act upon it or it might disappear quickly.The move 7....,d5 wasn't easy to find for me because there are a lot of tactical complications and I couldn't calculate them all.
I don't use the analyses board,I do it OTB style.But I had faith in my position and figured since White lacks development and has his king
still in the center it must be in my favor to break the position wide open even if it turns out I'd drop a pawn.Sometimes you have to trust your instincts.
I'll come back to this position to examine other white 8th move possibilities)
9.Qe3?,Nxc2+ Forking king and queen.White had to try 9.Nge4 when Black has to find the tactics to prove him right: 9.Nge4,Nd7! threatening Nc5 to which there is no real defense 10.0-0,Nc5 11.Qg3,Nxe4 12.Nxe4,Bxe4 13.Qxe5,Nxc2 14.Qxe4,Nxa1 15.d4,Bd6 when Black has won the exchange for a pawn and White's doubled d-pawns are nice targets.
11.dxe3,Nxd5 (Uncovering an attack on the g5 knight and if White captures on d5 that piece will be pinned to the king and can be attacked a 2nd time by a pawn.)
18.Re1,Rac8 (instead of trading down more with 18....,Bxe2+ Black aims for a quicker kill by adding pieces to the attack.)
19.Bd2 d4 (Black wins by timeout) 0-1