I am not going to show the game-score this time, but rather the final post-game analysis of this line. Daniel found a lot of it, I found some of it, and Alex F. found the finish.
In the actual game, I played 24…QxNe5?? and resigned.
This is one of my worst blunders ever, and most likely is the worse blunder I’ve ever played OTB. I hadn’t eaten much that day, and when Daniel moved his hand to play the move, I didn’t even see it until he took my queen. I looked up and began to offer my hand before looking at the position for a few more seconds. The moment he took my queen, I felt like I could pass out, as I got very light-headed when trying to look at his side of the board. I still had my belt on way too tight, but sometimes that sort of thing can happen anyway, lack of blood to the head in a complicated situation, albeit with over five minutes still remaining on my clock in this situation.
OTB, I was looking at 24…Rd7, but got caught looking at only my side of the board. It’s a losing position in any event.
15…h5? I should play 15….Nd7 on either this move or the next move with the idea of …f5 in mind.
On Tuesday, I played in a blitz event 5 min, no delay, and went 5/9. After that, I played around 20 games of bughouse, which I’d say is not so good for regular chess on account of I hardly need a plan in bughouse, whereas in a live regular game one needs to think in terms of plans and not moves. Perhaps bughouse is just easy plans and you tend to do whatever, but I felt it made me think less about plans in the regular-rated OTB game above.