Ran through game just now - don't believe Black's opening but that's
another story for another day.
Early middle game he had an isolated pawn on an open file (e6).
You had two Rooks - did you hit the sad pawn. NO.
You swapped Rooks.
This is not how to play chess.
There was a position where he played Kc7?.
He should have chopped a Rook. Instead you swapped.
Your Rook was on d2 so it can go to e2 and the other Rook goes
to e1 - he is tied to that pawn. Very difficult to lose.
It's how the good guys play - stick the draw in their back pocket
and then go fishing for a win.
Winning it is not a breeze but low graded players hate being
tied down like that so you tidy up your position wait for a lemon.
He will most likely start tossing up his pawns.
That pawn on e6 was the difference between the two postitions.
But a weakness is not a weakness unless it can be attacked.
You swapped Rooks - it can no longer be attacked -it's not a
After that his King got active and the Knight danced rings around the
Bishop 'cos low graded players know how to handle Knights better
than do Bishops.
( a good game by him in the ending).
If the guy has a weakness in his position DO NOT swap off the piece(s)
that can attack it.
If defending a position that has a weakness then DO swap off
his pieces that can attack it. (he should have swapped instead of Kc7).
Knights are better than Bishops in under 1700 games.
Before posting had a quick look at one of your opponent's games.
He'a apt to move to pawns in a careless fashion.
One loose pawn move here g4? and he lost a well played game.
(he should have kept the Queens on - his opponent's King was