After my Knight move to h5, I thought you would advance your h-pawn to h4 to prevent the check and also release your knight. But I saw only now that this check on h4 is winning.
Yeah, I didn’t see it until after I already posted my move. When you moved your Knight, I just thought you were intending to put it on the f4 square for good positioning.
Qf2 is checkmate. I don’t know but I somehow feel that you’re ending up with a pawn structure that is causing you problems at the end. I think it was the case in the other game too.
Anyway, good game!
Yeah, I like to experiment a lot in chess, currently with the pawns. Controlling the center of the board is important but I sometimes get bored of moving the same pieces in the same way. I’m still working out the strategy as you can tell but practice makes perfect. I look forward to a future match!