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I will post some more games soon :)
Awesome game...gave me a headache. Are you planning on posting any others?
Maybe after Qd6+, white can play f4, and after gxf3 en passant and check White can shuffle his king to h3 and then he is safe.
Qd6+ looks pretty winning indeed, both when 33... Qf4 and 33...Kxg4 like xerxes says. There are no other options for white after 33.Qd6+. What is your view on that one, Daniel?
What about Qd6+ in the final position? i think you can win after Kxg4 Rb4+
that was a crazy game, going through it even though I knew it was a draw result, I said, someone is getting mated here, and yet no one did, very crazy double edged game!
Ok so if Bxa2 then cxe5+ and if the king moves to b1 Qxa3 just wins and if Kd2 then Rxb2+ winning the material back and there might be checkmate but at least more material.
If Bxa2, I have cxd4+, and it's too dangerous for white.
Im sure this is obvious for better players but not for me so i'm going to ask anyway :P : At move 25 why doesn't white play bxa2 instead of kd2? Is there a follow up for black after that leading to a loss for white? Somebody answer please!
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