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Here's Day 2 of the Ohio HS/MS Champs. :)
Thank's the most. ;)
but it is a good game
The game against Alex there was more lines. But it was dead draw so I guess I didn't most it. :/
Awesome game! interesting against "Alex" ;)
In the first game, in some certain situations, after black captures the c3 knight, you can capture with the pawn because although you have doubled pawns, the c4 pawn is going to be traded with the d5 pawn.
lolz you called me sir. thanks bro :)
I don't take your advice sir.
That's what ya gotta work on. Right there.
Yeah, Qb6 was bad. So I got doubled up pawns. Things were still pretty bad for me. :/
In the second game, your kingside pawns were ruined horribly since there were still queens on the board. It was kind of dangerious.
Thanks for the advice. First game, I was stupid.
Second game, I didn't see any winning material so that I was stupid again. lol
In the first game, 14... Qb6 wasn't that bad, as after 15. Bxf6 you had 15... Bb3! but you were still down a pawn.
In the second game, despite your bad pawn structure, you are winning, since your rook is much more active than his, and your king can easily become active too.
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