After playing on lichess.org I have been reviewing my games as follows:
- Ask for a computer evaluation (Stockfish)
- Look at the graph and investigate any wild swings in computer analysis
- Try to understand why a particular move was a blunder
While this seems to work, it's a very negative approach as it doesn't seem to find any good moves that I've made. For example, at my level (Blitz ~1230) I might win a game because I laid a trap which my opponent failed to see. Stockfish of course sees through the trap and the evaluation shows I made a suboptimal move even though against this particular opponent it resulted in me winning a piece.
Is there any way to find good moves that I made, rather than just non-mistakes?