24 ( +1 | -1 ) 2.Qf3 is no good move...because: 1) it is risky to bring out the queen so early, she might get attacked, e.g. by something like Nf6 and Bg4 for instance. 2) on f3 she takes away a good development place for the Ng1.
So the best way to get use out of this is to develop the light pieces with speed and attack the queen!
27 ( +1 | -1 ) developmentjust bring your pieces out to good developing squares, and threaten his queen too if this agrees with your development. just watch out for double attacks. You should end up with a positional advantage, but this may only be slight at your level
55 ( +1 | -1 ) Early Queen may be a weakness in that it may lose a tempo by pulling it back to a save position. But your move 1.e3 didn't appreciate the natural white advantage in tempo (by having the first move).
You don't need to expect miracle as if the early queen is a fatal move. If you can develop your pieces at the same time you threat the queen, that may be your advantage, but may be too slight for non-expert level to get a real benefit, especially if black knows that it is bad to move his queens from square to square just to avoid threats.
32 ( +1 | -1 ) Oooopppps... So it was white making the weak moves? Stick to a basic principle! Have a better control on center squares (by placing your pawns there or by threating the squares), open up flanks for your bishops and queen, develop your Knights, short castling, but do not even think to win in the opening stage :)
46 ( +1 | -1 ) actually i have a different opinionqf3 may go a little bit against theory but it isnt the end of the line for white.he can still develop his piece like bd3-c4,ne2,d4.the idea that makes white lose tempo to move his queen isnt realistic cause he can simple block all the threats by h3. but for black you can have an equal game by develop your pieces to natural squares.though dont play too "natural" moves like 0-0 fast cause it maybe the target that white wants(qg3,0-0-0)