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2993. You think that a mate with King and Knight against King and Bishop is not possible.
2994. Because both sides have "insufficient mating material".
2995. If you are black, you go first
2996. If you are white, you lose every game
2997. If you see black play e4 on his first turn(which is not possible), you think he won
2997 is the refutation of the English opening.
2999. You think that the opening moves 1.P-K4 P-K4 are different than 1.e4 e5.
1. Ng6# if White to play???? Black is toast????? (I think this is the point that LoekBergman was making?????)
3000. Your King keeps getting distracted by flirting with the Queen
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