For four years, Lucas Boyer and I occasionally discussed our love for chess and vowed to play each other. Each time we would agree to play, some work commitment would prevent the match from taking place. When his time in Dayton came to an end, the two of us made a point to sit down at the board and play the match we had always talked about. I gave him choice of color and he selected black. The game was played in the Mental Health Clinic at Wright-Patterson Medical Center and ended in a 1-0 checkmate after 38 moves.
This is my analysis in conjunction with analysis from Deep Fritz 14.