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In a game I am currently playing my opponent as white has played
Which if you look in explorer has 1 game continuing for that position. The problem is it is a weird draw. Chessbase's Megadata base has several hits where black is scoring very well of course since Qd2 is just bad.
This brings me to my two points, first of all its very dangerous to follow any database opening with putting time in to analyse the position and secondly, the Chess.com database is fairly shallow in a lot of positions.
Yes,right u r sometimes my own moves better than databases. and I check with computer so computer cannot saacrifice like humans.
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