Help me analyse this game please.

IronIC_U
Of course, we’re talking about 1. e4 lines.

1. d4 is totally different.
IronIC_U
But yah, since there was no time pressure, all the possible or preferred lines can be googled all day long.
BoboTheFlyingSheep67
9497010838 wrote:
In daily games, without question the best first moves for black are Sicilian (c5) or maybe (e5), but I don’t even like that one. I don’t even like French (e6) or Caro Kahn (c6) for Black unless white has to play with gusto, under time pressure. And, even more importantly, the guy on black knows the lines better, and can move faster.

how about the alekhine's >:-)

BoboTheFlyingSheep67
9497010838 wrote:
Black's intent is to block or otherwise restrain White's central pawns and, if allowed to do so by inaccurate play by White, eventually undermine the White pawn centre by well-timed pawn advances of his own or by attacking the white pieces defending the centre. World Champion Garry Kasparov and Grandmaster Raymond Keene wrote that it "has never been fully accepted as a dependable opening. Nevertheless it is sound and offers the maverick spirit a great deal of foreign territory to explore."

That’s from the link you provided. It basically is saying what I’m trying to explain. Black is hoping white makes a mistake. In daily games, that’s very unlikely. It might be an opening to try when black thinks he can get white into clock pressure

no really, I mean the nimzo IS a sound opening - h6 was the main problem tho, it didnt follow the themes this opening at all

BoboTheFlyingSheep67
9497010838 wrote:
In daily games, without question the best first moves for black are Sicilian (c5) or maybe (e5), but I don’t even like that one. I don’t even like French (e6) or Caro Kahn (c6) for Black unless white has to play with gusto, under time pressure. And, even more importantly, the guy on black knows the lines better, and can move faster.

agreed, I generally respond e5 tho. against d4, ive been experimenting with the Benoni happy.png

Trollhunter666
AlexKung17 wrote:

Please point out my mistakes so I can work on them. 

 

 

My thoughts:

1.  What is was your strategy for the opening and how did the moves you play contribute to that?

I think the opening gave you a very difficult to play position maybe even lost practically

2. I think it was move 27 where you pushed a pawn allowing white to win an exchange-- what move selection strategy were you following that lead to the pawn push?

Thee_Ghostess_Lola

After ur 27....h5?? (hanging ur Castle) ur basically done 'cuz u have little counterplay 4ur blunder.