I'm sure that all of us have heard at one time or another that after
You should never play Ng5 and then play Nxf7, trading your 2 Minor Pieces for a Rook and Pawn. Although this is true, just hearing this is (hopefully) not enough to convince you that it is true. To fully understand chess, it's necessary to have more then just vague, cryptic explanations from stronger players. For example, if a 2400+ says something that you play is bad, but offers no explanation, then although he/she is most likely right, this information is not helpful, but only serves to confuse. The point is, whoever is giving the information needs to either make their point clear and concise (to the audience, not themselves) or not mention it at all because if it doesn't make sense, although the advice may help you in the short term, it can't replace true understanding. On to the title topic.
Here it is.
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