Analyze a near-loss for a beginner.
Hi guys, I played this game last night around 3:00am (okay, so maybe it would be more accurately "this morning"). I know what you're thinking... groggy chess leads to mistakes. But I've had instances in the past where developing a skill while groggy or otherwise not sober actually helps sober gameplay quite a bit, and I was curious as to whether chess is an exception. More comments in the game window. I play black.
So I made a lot of mistakes, but still ended up winning. Any comments, suggestions, critiques, etc. are greatly appreciated. I thought it ended up being a pretty interesting game!