After Black missed the chance to make that large group live, it actually became a seki. Black later made another mistake at move 75 that put that group into self-atari, which allowed White to capture it.
Also, the AI is a harsh master. It’s very easy for amateurs of all strengths to lose won games and to win lost games. Don’t be disenheartened when the AI says your move is -99%; just try to learn from it. Because, believe you me, -99% moves are never going away, they’re just going to get more complex.
Yeah, I’m a DDK myself, discovering OGS myself, introducing friends to it along the way, etc.
As I was reviewing one of our games one night, I was shocked to see how consistently the AI analyzer was reading like “there was nearly no way you’d lose that game… you just played? well, now there’s almost no way you’ll win, congratz!” back and forth between the two of us X-D
What I took out from that is that we (DDKs) really don’t have enough abstract notions, reading skills… well, not enough knowledge of the game in general, to get real benefits out of an automated analyzer ^^’ So, yeah, I just decided to leave that tool on the chill side of things for now
I think the AI percentages should be interpreted slightly differently, namely as:
there was nearly no way I (the AI) would lose that game if I continued your game playing against myself… you just played? well, now there’s almost no way I (the AI) would win if I continued playing your game against myself, congratz!
So basically, you had two choices. a) Go to D1 and get two eyes to prevent white from killing you, and b) since you were in a “liberty race” (white had two liberties, F2 and G1, and you had two liberties, D1 and E1, but since you could move, you would’ve won the liberty race had you went to F2), you could’ve went to F2 and captured the white pieces before white captured your pieces.