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yeah sorry i didn't get a time on the video, i will see if i can find it. thanks, and i agree with you for sure.
Great series. Haven't commented before ...but this is a nice initiative. And very helpful.
CP6033: Game 2, your comment doesn't fit, get me a time on the video so I can find it...However, I'm not promising perfection, I'll make mistakes too. What's important is, and you have passed the test! (Which is analyzing these games out and finding better moves!) This is how you will improve, and you need to take your time to do this, and put in the effort!
aww-rats in game 2, where black walked into the fork, if white grabs the c3 pawn, black can fork on d2.
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