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Developing is not just moving pieces from their starting postions but putting them on good position.
Think about that
Yes, your continuation does yield a winning position. But 25 Rbb7 was simpler, since 25... Rg8 26 Rxg7 Rxg7 27 Rxg7 ends up winning a piece.
instructive on the two rooks versus a queen idea, but i did feel you knight was much better than his light square bishop.
True, however my move was still the strongest in the position
Easylimbo, my knight was better, but after he challenged my knight i had no choice but to give it up as moving it back becomes passive and would lead to me losing.
And I know what developing is, relax
A matter of semantics. But suit yourself (no doubt you always will anyway)...
Theres nothing wrong with either of our moves, happy?
Nah, I'm actually still a little grumpy. But that's better anyway.
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