♡ 43 ( +1 | -1 ) analysesCould you help me with analyses of this game. board #1528921 I've got chance to win this game untill I made a mistake:(43. Bc5)... But I'm interested in whole this game... So If your interested and have time or just like to analyse games, than maybe you could post you analyses here... thanks in advance... (sorry for my bad english)
♡ 13 ( +1 | -1 ) quick look> I made a mistake:(43. Bc5)... I've a suspicion about moves of White (going backward) a) 42. Nd6 b) 41. Qxf5 I've to dip deeper to see if it's possible enhance them...
♡ 28 ( +1 | -1 ) Nxf5I think that you play the simple 43. Nxf5+. The game looks like a draw to me after that - I can't see how black is going to win. I also agree with baseline, that resigning the final position was a bit premature - not that easy for black to turn edge into a win.
♡ 52 ( +1 | -1 ) final positionTo me the final position looks hopeless. Black will pin the white bishop with his rook and then wait until White runs out of pawn moves. Then he'll gain the square e4 for his king and the white position crumbles. I see no defense against this simple plan. Maybe White should try to exchange some pawns: 50.g4 Rc3! 51.gxf5 [51.g5 fxg5 52.fxg4 Ke5 threatening 35...f4] 51...Rb3 52.b6 Ra3 53.h4 [53.b7 Rb3 54.Kg4 Rxb7 is also an easy win] 53...h5 54.Kf2 Ke4 and Black will pick up both white f-pawns and then win easily. Am I missing something?