Chess rating: 1733
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|Wed Jan 20 2016 1:47PM | edited: 1:49:15 | MsgID: 18793473|
Firstly the double knight sac for your queen was excellent play. Moving you into position for the check and reveal, very nicely done.
Only a quick look but Move 22, his rook sac. You were done in truth as far as I can see after that. You may have had pieces on the board, but nothing that was anywhere it was going to help.
Queen down unless a deliberate sac, you are usually going to struggle. Yes, we have all puled off wins:-
1) Usually where you are a more experienced player.
2) Your opponent thinks they can cruise to an easy win and blunders.
Only logic I have to offer.
1) Queen on an open board becomes much more powerful. Trading down pieces is a mistake. You need to consolidate and keep what you can on the board for any real chance. (In general)
2) The Queen has 'big' brush strokes. If you lose her then you need to change your play. Get your pencils out and try to join a few dots instead.
There is always the exception. I currently have a game where I captured my opponents Queen but at cost. In these situations positional and piece advantage can still very easily win a game. In this instance you had neither. Sadly in my game, my opponent appears to have both