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I can't seem to post the game I would like to be reviewed (I'm on a phone). It's the most recent game I played.
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I dont see any very serious mistakes until your opponents last move
I don't particularly like 8. Bxc6. After 8...bxc6, black has the b-file and strong central presence to work with.
9...Bxd4 was a little too cooperative; better perhaps was 9...exd4 10. Nxd4 Bd7 or something. After the text black's piece coordination was a little off.
14. Nd5 looks like a strong move.
Your opponent's last move was a losing blunder. Not much else to say.
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