So we got the Accepted Queens Gambit, but I’m not a fan of taking of c4, because I think that is just loosing time. White will got the pawn back by contemporary developing his pieces.
Winning the pawn back.
Now after the game I’m not sure that exchanging bishops ist he best way. Maybe 6.Bd3 is even better.
After Castling I think White got the better position.
A little bit too fast I think. Better would be 10. Be7 Bd2 11. O-O Qc2.
Preventing taking on h2. Contemporary blocking Blacks pushing in the center.
I really like this position. White has totally control of the center and every pawn is perfectly controlled by two protectors. I love it!
Wanted to push the bishop back.
To get control of the light squares of the center.
I wanted to exchange on a4 with my knight to get protection of my d4-pawn from the bishop.
Blacks bishop is now in a very bad position with less moving places. So you can hardly say that the bishop will participate in the rest of the game.
I wanted to bring my rook on the kingside.
A move I cannot understand. I simply think that he didn’t saw my knight on e4 here. So in that moment I knew that the game was already over.
I offered a rook, because I saw the position after taking it.
With moving my knight to e8 the king and the queen are contemporary attacked and he resigned.
I really like that game, I had a very good position after the opening and I always fighted for a win. I made some little mistakes but all together I'm satisfied with myself.