♡ 117 ( +1 | -1 ) hi mkkidI have had a brief look at one of your games
[White "mkkid"] [Black "gorrhysa"] 1. d4 d5 2. c4 e5 You decide upon a Queens Gambit and your opponent promptly replies with a gambit of his own (Albin's Counter Gambit !) 3. dxe5 dxc4 Your opponent strays from the correct line (d4) and should now be punished for his mistake 4. Qxd8+ Kxd8 His King is sentenced to a loneley life in the middle of the Board, you have also retained a central pawn 5. Nc3 Nc6 6. Nf3 Bf5 Here, you should have been thinking to mobilse your pieces quickly for an attack on the King, thinking perhaps ....Bf4 followed by 0-0-0 (queenside castling) 7. e4 Nb4 8. Nd4 c5 You make a poor move, I know you are trying to prevent the fork from c2 but there was a better way of achieving this by Bg5+ !
The following moves leave your King hopelessly exposed in the centre of the Board. For your next game try to set off with the intent of castling within the first ten moves. To achieve this it might be worth considering 1e4 followed by the standard Ruy Lopez moves of Nf3 and Bb5. This speedily clears the decks for a Kingside castling.
Good luck for your future games and enjoy your Chess !!
♡ 25 ( +1 | -1 ) hey mani am so sorry that happend, next time do exactly what I say- don't mix it up, i give that game to all my students- next time(if you want) we can play a standard ruy lopez, and I didnot do the intentionally- cus I only gain 1 point- nothin to me, again I appoligise