Why is my move (g6) is a mistake in this game?

imdashraful17

In this game (I am black, the opponent is white and I won and the link is https://www.chess.com/game/live/5486042146) why the 10th move g6 is shown as a mistake in the analysis? (Link to analysis: https://www.chess.com/analysis/game/live/5486042146)

Here is a screenshot of the board and to recall you again the mistake is g6 and my question is why is that move a mistake?

canadian_rt
Bxf5 gxf5 and your king is exposed on the g-file
imdashraful17
canadian_rt wrote:
Bxf5 gxf5 and your king is exposed on the g-file

Thank you very much for helping me. Is computer analysis smart enough to consider exposing king's file as mistake? And is this the reason in my case?

imdashraful17
canadian_rt wrote:
Bxf5 gxf5 and your king is exposed on the g-file

It would be also helpful if you tell me that if you were in my place, what move would you choose to defend the bishop? Thanks

Chessisfunforme
imdashraful17 wrote:
canadian_rt wrote:
Bxf5 gxf5 and your king is exposed on the g-file

It would be also helpful if you tell me that if you were in my place, what move would you choose to defend the bishop? Thanks

i would play be6 because when you have the isolated pawn you generally want to avoid trading minor pieces.

Toldsted

You should just trade on d3. And the problem with g6? is not only your King position but your Pawns on the Kingside are vere weak after gxf5 (= they can't defend each other).

Deranged
Chessisfunforme wrote:
imdashraful17 wrote:
canadian_rt wrote:
Bxf5 gxf5 and your king is exposed on the g-file

It would be also helpful if you tell me that if you were in my place, what move would you choose to defend the bishop? Thanks

i would play be6 because when you have the isolated pawn you generally want to avoid trading minor pieces.

I think you misread the board. There are no isolated pawns.

imdashraful17
Toldsted wrote:

You should just trade on d3. And the problem with g6? is not only your King position but your Pawns on the Kingside are vere weak after gxf5 (= they can't defend each other).

Okay, it seems that there is no better way than trading on d3. Am I right?

rishit_india

ez answer in castling open diagon attacks mostly leads to mate

and as u knwo pawn dont do backwards so we cant do g4 back to g3 why g3

so somties think future hope u got answer

imdashraful17

7 months later I am no longer a player of 658 rating now. My rating is near 940 now and it's totally obvious why g6 is a bad move happy.png

Chessboy2009

that is nice, ain't it!

imdashraful17
Chessboy2009 wrote:

that is nice, ain't it!

Yes

69420

Those dark squares be lookin pretty weak tho

ajl721x

Yea they need to be STRONK

Nathoe

Double your pawn