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Hi can anyone please help me with this problem I am having with the chess.com computer analysis please? I was playing white against the philidor defence.
The analysis said that my 6th move was an inaccuracie !?
Started out like Morphy's Opera House Game, until Qd7.
For any of us to comment in detail we really need to know what alternative moves the computer suggested.
Play a standard KID as black and it will call mainlines inaccuracies. It is just part of the programming. I wouldn't sweat it. Focus on the mistakes and blunders...and verify them with a stronger engine if you feel the move is better than the computer is giving you credit for.
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