Here is an analysis of a game I played recently in Chess.com app. I won this match in move 19 as the opponent resigned.
Please see the image attached for the position. On move 16, after the White captured the pawn on d4 by his Knight, I moved my bishop back to f8 from e7. This move opened the rook on e file and caused a double attack on the e4 pawn.
But the chess.com analysis marked this as a blunder, can anyone explain why?
Thanks for the people who explained about the pawn capture move, but my doubt is : usually this kind of ignorances are called "Mistake", "Inaccuracy" or "Missed win" in chess.com right? Why the term "Blunder"?