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Nice, Game, Our board 1 lost to Ming Tsai even though he was only ahead by one piece and by the way, do you have the notation of when you played our board 1? I wanna see the game
@Jesuslivez thanks for your opinion. I'm always open to listening to criticism from people, even those who i don't know :D. But sure, I would like to play
I know I'm somone random on chess.com....but....
I dislike your chess style. It seems that you just trade evenly until the end. In my opinion, I think you should try to "out tactic" your opponent in order to establish yourself a better position. Just a thought. :) Play me sometime?
ya but it was black's move so he probably moved his rook
51. Bc3 haha
I know but I was kind of sick that day. I actually almost threw up during the game
5. Ne2 dxc4? - Free pawn? >.>
13. Qxd5 - I was a bit confused, shouldn't you have taken it with e6 pawn?
Ming Tsai is probably the only decent player from Conant, no offense. I was actually surprised you drew against him! Thought you were gonna beat him easily.
ZaneYosifZane YosifPalatine, Illinois, United States
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