You have improved since you were this guy User 38344
(out of curiosity how many times have you heard that joke?)
Queen endings with pawns all over the place are murder.
If you activate the King it gets checked to dust.
If you try to do it without the King the opponent's Queen starts
sniffing at your King or a loose pawn.
You need 10 pairs of eyes and two brains.
I read somewhere that Q + muliple pawns ending are beyond human reasoning.
(If you want to catch a cheat have a look at who is winning all the Q+P endings!)
If you have a passed pawn then that is something to work with.
A passed pawn in a Q + P ending can mean you are winning, even if you
are two or three pawns down. The win then can appear trivial.
I've seen some classy wins with pawns on the same side of the board
3 v 2 and 3 v 4 though I've never been involved in anything like that.
Something like this. (I cannot remember who it was.)
It was in book for advanced players (those who need to be more
than just a good tactician) I must have been going though one of my rare
I must get better phases which usuallty last about ½ an hour.
It's not the position but Black had 3 v 2 and that pawn formation.
The winning plan was to bring the Black King round to f2.
It worked but trying to analsye other White moves to stop this plan
seemed to prevent it. Of course that is me not finding the correct course.
(or maybe I did and I bust it!)
Anyway I looked at your game. Game 9211093
You side step his Blackburne trap.
He has caught at least one player on here with it Game 8402974
Instead of chopping the Rook on b6 22.Rxb6.
I latched onto 22.e5 it seems like fun and it has tactical back up.
(what else can I show you? I am certainly not going to try and work out
what is happening in the agreed draw, though White is better he needs to
create a passed pawn without allowing a thousand checks. It's not a me position.)
So just some loose analysis, not the best moves but there may be something
you can store for a rainy day. This is a me position.