This is a 3 minute Caro game where White never really applied any pressure and gave me control over the c file which ultimately leads to their loss. I can’t stress enough how often the c file becomes a weapon in the exchange Caro.
Below is a typical position you’d see albeit a little different of a move order. Generally I would hope to have played Rc8 and if the exchange of knights happens I can recapture with Rxc6, my opponent swaps them off immediately rather than after Bg5. There is an up side here, I can still play Rc8 after Nxc6 bxc6 because pushing the pawn with the support of the rook helps destabilizes the center and gives me more control over the c file before the other player.
We come to the position below where I’ve used the f rook to support the c file in addition to the Queen assisting from d6. There is an obvious down side for me and that’s the isolated a pawn which my rook needs to defend at the moment. Eventually the a pawn will move forward and look to trade off against the majority leaving me with the strong c file.
Here the Queen laterally defend the weak a pawn while both rooks threaten the c2 pawn. At some point if I need to break I can look to play Qc6, a4 and if b4 then Rc3.
Ultimately the game ends in a rather anticlimactic fashion, White simply forgets to make luft for the King and loses the game due to Rc1+.