Ironically, my first skull came in the game I was having the most trouble with.
I really got the feeling I was in serious trouble for a while there on the queen side (although by the time the game ended I thought I was very much back in the game) and I'd love to be able to learn something from this game if anyone would help me out with some questions I had about it:
1) Where did I mess up in the opening that forced me to lock in my dark squared bishop and get those awkward doubled e pawns?
2) Was 11... Nd7 a mistake? I got the sense that it was, but what should I have done there? In general, how did I get myself in so much trouble on the queenside?
3) Did my opponent really have me on the ropes and let me off the hook? After move 21, I really felt completely tied down and I got the sense that a move like 22. Bc5 might have been the beginning of the end for me, but that he might have let me off the hook by 22. Qc5 and by retreating his queen to the second rank the next move. Was there a way to finish me off there? If so, how?