Amaysing59 was amazing in this 3 minute game played at internet chess club, but not amazing in a way any practitioner of the Royal game would choose to brag about. He always essays the Kings Indian in reverse with the white pieces which allows Black to equalize easily in many variations.
Yes, the White Queen burned to the ground on her original d1 square surrounded by Ke1, Be2, Nd2, c2 pawn, and Bc1. The sacrifice Bf2 check left the e3 square weak and available for immediate occupation after Ng4. White egregiously blundered by placing his Monarch on e1 after Ng4 “self-mating” the White Beeeeeatch. Amaysing59 let his time expire rather than resign and requested that game be aborted followed by a draw offer.
The correct Kg1 would have eventually won in a long game after some careful consolidation. Lewis McClary (did seminal work in the Morons Defense)once uttered the infamous, tautological ” things that are different are not the same”. Here the e2 Bishop is normally fianchettoed at g2 which would have provided relief for the entombed horizontally and diagonally ambulating chess piece. According to some Houston old-timers, McClary is also credited with the dubiously named Moron’s defense. These type of assertions are impossible to validate, but it is something that could have been even soberly declared by the Dave’s Chess Studio resident in Houston. Yes, he received his mail there.