This is a really hard game to annotate. You made a minor slip in the opening (f4). It doesn't look like it should lead to a loss, but from what I see it might.
It's really hard to get your c1 bishop into the game after that (I tried all sorts of Be3 or Bb2 combinations.).
I'm not going to throw them in the notes, but it seems like an early Be3 is always met by Nd5 or Nc4 (attacking e3 and b2) and b3 Bb2 variations are just too slow.
Add that with your opponent's strong play (Tiger King's), and you never had a chance.
*I have an old weaker engine that I used to run this on. I gave it about 30 seconds a move. The game leaves theory about move 8, so I really started around there.
Your opponent's play is so accurate that you don't have a chance.
1 move of the game (starting at move 8) is not in the top 2 picks.
2 moves are 2nd best (according to my weak engine).
13 moves are top picks.
I'm not saying Tiger used an engine. A lot of the moves do flow naturally.
Even so, how are you going to beat a player that plays this well after you misstep into a bad position?
I'm sorry I couldn't be of more help.