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I mean i could've done better. Are there good continuations that i missed?
Final question i want to ask was do i have an aggressive style?
I would play 3 Nxe5, baiting him to take your knight. Will work at that level and after the capture you have Qh5+, followed by g6, Qxe5+ forking his king and rook.
14. Bb7 was better, trapping his rook. You should probably have played 13. Nd4.
Then you shouldn't advance your kingside pawns, you're just wasting moves and weakening your position, get your pieces out.
Then you got lucky he left his knight hanging, and gave it back to him? You should have lost at that point, he can take the pawn on e4 at move 39 and can't see how he can lose. He played a horrible endgame.
58. Promote to queen, why bring your king over?
How about this one can this be improved?
You are almost there MetalFactor. When you will play without many blunders, you sure get few hundreds points in no time.
About aggresive style - you know, at that moment it's hard to say, because you are hanging pieces, and your opponents do that often too. In first game you went with your King on b7, which was aggresive, but also suicidal in fact. Luckily for you, your opponent get distracted by this march and lost Bishop. In second game there was 28. Bg7??, which was like Christmas in May, because White was better at that moment. So, you should know that when players try to avoid blunders they get less agressive, and it probably will be the same in your case. Let's see what will be your style then.
Thank you very much-insightful.
@utarefson Great comment.
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