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I have recently started to work seriously towards improving my chess. I realize that learning from my mistakes will be key. Here is my first ever attempt at analyzing my own game. Please feel free to comment on the game, or on my analysis if it seems flawed or lacking.
besides the hanging queen part, you let his king walk right in and grab up your kingside pawns. A lot of the times you want to try to form a barrier with your king/pawns so he can't go eating them. instead of 29. kd3 ng6 would of been better, after kd5 kd3 blocks him out from the e4 square.
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