After this season, I was reviewing my games and decided to put this game out as the most interesting game of my season 14/15, I choose this game (Alex Webster vs Opponent with ECF 155 notts league) as it supports the old but always respected principle of developing pieces into the opening! I learnt the deeper knowledge of the importance of this in a book called 'Logical Chess move by move'. Please see the moves in the diagram's below, how many pawn moves did white make in the opening? and how many pieces where developed by black in the opening?
If now white takes the knight (9.exf6 Bxf6 10.Qd2 Re8+ 11.Kd1 as Rybka -1.11) if 11.Ng-e2 d4!) at least winning the piece back, both positions are horrible for white. It's interesting then even my super computer est elo3200! Cannot find an ultra- accurate defense and how ancient chess principles still apply! (Develop!) But let's see how the game continues if black can punish white for this play or can white survive and argue he's gain space and cramped blacks position the verdict is still out....
I missed a killer combination here (-4.48) as the computer text, but I was fixed on queen hunting, as the early queen out was just a total target for me, however if your GM Nakamura see game (J.Voinovic-H.Nakamura Gibraltar 2015) Naka breaks all chess principles, developing the queen very early, pawn grabbing in the opening with the queen and neglecting developing other pieces, pawn pushing near his king, losers castling rights and then wins the game!?
After the next few moves played in the game as the computer text up to move 17. The advantage is easily winning for black (-3.84) and I don't feel that anymore of the game should be shown as the jury has come to its conclusion. (develop your pieces!)