Originally posted by emanon
erm..that was my intention...that's the entire reason why i actually gained that many tempi
After 14. Nc3 white starts gaining tempos and probably develops safely and holds the extra pawn.
I think the fault here was more to do with moving the same piece 2 or more times rather than developing the queen and it was decided in the end by an elementary series of blunders.
Its not that the queen move was good but I simply don't think this is actually a good example of how to punish the (wrong) early development of the queen as in my opinion the game was decided for other reasons.
QXg7 .. Rg8, Q-h6 .. Rg6, Qe3 grabbing 2 pawns would have been a far more interesting (and dangerous) try for white. Possible follow up .. Ng4, Qc3 .. Bf6 looks good for black but white might have something better. However, as the previous post suggests Nc3 was probably a better move than Qg5 as that Q move was pointless if white did not intend taking on g7 and normal development is in order.