Hey, I don’t mind letting you nitpick my analysis if you like (and glee’s maybe too busy to catch any misses I have right now):
White goes after the pawn, and Black defends it, keeping the rooks facing off and bringing the draw closer.
White’s eager to push his pawn up. Black’s response attacks both White’s remaining pawns and he could take them both for one of his.
White pushes the pawn to get away from the rook. Black needed to take the pawn at some point, so he does so.
White continues to press the doomed pawn forward. Black makes a minor slip, but it’s not fatal. Better would have been 44. …Ke6 threatening to take on the next move.
Not that there’s much play left here at all, but White could have been in a better position to take advantage of mistakes by getting the king in on the action first.
White, knowing the pawn is dead, finally starts to bring his king across, probably because there’s nothing else to move. Black safely takes the pawn. Now Black has an extra pawn, but it’s not in a position to help him out.
The kings finally meet - at least as close as they can get to each other.
The pawns are traded off, bringing the inevitable draw even closer.
ivan nastikov, perhaps there are other points that could be made by the better players here, but it seems your mistakes were of a different nature than your opponent’s. You expended effort on a weak attack, and then let your queen get trapped instead of pulling her back when she was in trouble. White’s mistakes are some pretty big tactical blunders, but he also didn’t seem to have a good (or maybe any) plan.
When he moved his Queen up to e5, I could almost see it making sense if he was going to use it as part of the attack. He’d have an extra attacker and could have continued by moving the knight next. (25.Na6+ looks foolhardy but it clears space and forces the king back to the corner. Since White’s rook can slide over to the b-file there’s a serious chance to mate with the queen that way. It’s probably not the prettiest or fastest, but it’s not a bad way to proceed if you don’t want to try and get checkmate in the middle of the board.)
Instead he made a move that even if it weren’t disastrous does nothing to further the attack on the king. In a position like that you almost feel it wasn’t the idea.