Originally posted by CrUiZeR
Excluding the very beginning, where did i go wrong? The game ID is Game 1905423 please help me
before we start i should let you know that im only rated 1377, so its not like im a GM or anything but i can point out the obvious ones as i see them.
OK excluding the very beginning where im sure you understand the blunder which cost you your queen. NOTE: Try not to move your queen until you have other pieces developed, moving it out so early will either lose it early or allow your opponent to push it about the board whilst developing thier own pieces.
8b - c5 : This is really bad as you have just blocked your bishop in and can no longer move it without losing it (white just had to make c3 and you have lost it for a pawn)
18b - Bc8e6 : not only leaves the king/rook fork open but actually encourages it as you have just forced him to move the knight and he will look for the best place to put it
23b - Bb4c3 : no idea what the thinking behind this was but handing a bishop away is never a good, especially when it will cause you to end up with double pawns on the c file and leaves no defense between your king and your opponents queen other than your opponents bishop - once he moves the bishop your in check so if he takes something with the bishop, its a free piece.
25b - Rh8xh7 : complete blunder even without what i said about 23b but made
FAR worse because of 23b
26b - Nc6d4 : dropped another piece for free, would have been better to move the king
By this point the game was dead and you should have resigned, there were no more good moves left and you continued to hand out free pieces while he just sat and played with you like a cat with an injured mouse.
sorry to be so blunt in my analysis but i think youll find it nicer than some of the replies you might get