♡ 23 ( +1 | -1 ) This gameappears to be messed up. Move 10 for black, Nd3+ is impossible. Also, it looks to me like move 10 for white would be a blunder also, as Be3 would throw away your queen. Are you sure these are the right moves?
I went through the game tonight on my board and the moves you mentioned seem pretty legit. Be3 did lose a queen but it was unavoidable. But now you mention it 31.Bb2 should read 31 Bb1... and 35..Qc5 should have a + after it.
Apart from that it all seems pretty legit, anyone care to analyse?
♡ 74 ( +1 | -1 ) I'm not much one for opening study myself, and this was the first time I'd ever seen the whole 4... Nb4 variation in action. The line seems playable to me, although if someone made me play the Scandinavian, I'd probably just stick to the solid 2... Qxd5, 3... Qa5 with ...c6 setups. There are certainly some tricky tactical traps that you have to calculate as White; I calculated several lines where it seemed very easy for White to lose his queen, hence my slightly cowardly but safe 8. Qd1 choice. I have no idea what theory has to say on the matter, but it doesn't seem like anything for e4-players to lose much sleep over; the positioning of the Black knights just doesn't seem particularly stable.