T54 began last week and I had the best start possible : a win !
How did I manage this considering I have done very little, chess-wise, in the past 6 weeks ?
1) My opponent made two serious mistakes.
2) I spotted them and took advantage.
3) I thought about the positions in front of me, and played them, rather than react more automatically
I'm pretty certain my opponent had done his homework since he knocked out his initial moves quickly. By the time we reached move 7, he was up to 50 minutes, compared to my 45, and I think he already had his initial plan in mind, which seemed to be a straightforward assault on the f2-square, intending, after my queenside castling , a knight-fork threat to win a rook.
However, is Ng4 a good move here ?