Today I was under attack in several games by an opponent who wanted to attack my f7 pawn with a Q&B. While the initial attack was like a swarm of bee's, it turned out to run out of steam and the opponent was left with pieces in an uncoordinated assembly. After which I was able to then launch my counter-attack and win. Today's lesson for me was a reminder not to attack prematurely. Even though I wasn't doing this. It was an lesson in why not to do so.