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This is a game I lost today, I tried to attack a lot, but somehow I missed some tricks I guess; and lost. I'll be glad to learn from your analysis and feedback. Thanks.
@GeniusChessMentor - Oh! yes now I understood that my kind was exposed though my friend did not attack it.
So a better reply would be 2. exd4 3. Qxd4 Nc3 ?
4.Qh5+ and white is winning.
@ifoody - Now I so the exact issue with exposing King like that.
Would be glad to hear more analysis as well...
You were doing pretty good until the end when you started blundering pieces. 29. ... Rhf8 might have been better though.
@wanmokewan - thanks for the analysis, but I could not find a winning path there as well. Just tried as below. Any advice please?
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