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This is a blitz chess game I played against computer impossible. Time controls are set at 5 minutes per player.
Opening: Queen's Gambit Declined - Exchange
Thanks for the video. I enjoyed listening to the commentary to understand what your thought process was throughout the game.
Amazing game. I thought both sides played well until White sacrificed his knight for passed pawns. I thought this was a little risky until I saw how much trouble it put you in, but otherwise its is amazing that you drew the Impossible computer. I always play it when I'm bored and when I'm losing, I just hang every single piece.
Fantastic entertainment - good you were able to survive a tough endgame
Before the computer captured on c6 you move your rook so that it was in a forking pattern with the other rook
I love this game!! cool. Maybe we can play one time or are you busy? :) kind regards from germany
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