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This is a video where I share my thoughts while playing a Fischer Random/Chess 960 blitz game. Who will win?
Jerry is the best teacher.
Thank you give1take1. Yeah I sortof referenced that Nxf5 move and how I think I had something with such. :)
How do you play that 960 online, what the .com or what ever to sign up 4, and i thank you should have move in with your queen when you hade the knight in the coner. it seen's that you didn't used the knight when you had the oppt. but your still my guy to knock heads with any bodie. hope i get to play you some day, you could school me. I need some one that play my style but much better. How do i get lesson? (firstname.lastname@example.org on chess.com or (email@example.com on chess.com
This was my first view of a 960 game.
I joined the 960 club, but I haven't tried it yet.
I love the way you thought about the moves.
Thanks so much.
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