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This is my game from 3rd round of Croatian 3rd League.
Where did I went wrong?
Is ...h6 lost tempo and own weakness?
Was possible sacrifice bishop for 3 pawns?
Did I have defense afther opponent's sacrifice on h6?
Was ...f5 mistake?
Thank you in advance
were you white or black?
yes.its same game
15...Nh5 idea is sacrifice on g3 ( Bxg3) that was idea
what was the best continuation afther 18.Nxg4 since ...h6 looks like my hugh weakness and its hard to find active game afther 18.Nxg4
I can try something like ...Rfc8 with idea of ...Nb4 and freeing nice square for bishop (f8) positional understanding demand that move...but question is did I have enough time for all that? Really ...h6 is hugh weakness and looks like not possible to solve
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