Out of Order: November Swiss and my top rated OTB opponent ever.
The analysis is rather interesting. I made my first mistake on move 15 with the seemingly benign f6...but the big mistake was not taking the c4 pawn. I have two inaccuracies and two mistakes in this game but somehow no blunders??
My opponent has only 2 mistakes and 1 blunder (but obviously this blunder just dropped his already strong advantage, but wasn't losing). That was move 20. d5 when he should have played Qc4.
He played his best move 63.6% of the time and I played my best move 54.5%.