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bad loss during the OHSCC tournament


  • 11 months ago · Quote · #1

    SadisticPlatypi

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  • 11 months ago · Quote · #2

    Oraoradeki

    Sam, your already an exchange down so don't sacrifice even more if you can't see compensation.

    your Rb1, or should I say Rg8 is a legit move, I think I would have done that if I was in your position.

    Also after your ...Rxg3 (erm it says ...Rxb6) sacrifice, I think White can accept it and have a winning position. You can't even set up a perpetual check for a draw.

    If you show me the game later, I'll try and analyse it

  • 11 months ago · Quote · #3

    jonnin

    I think the board is set up backwards.

    The first diagram assumes too many bad moves for white.  

  • 11 months ago · Quote · #4

    Irontiger

    jonnin wrote:

    I think the board is set up backwards.

    The first diagram assumes too many bad moves for white.  

    This.

    If the diagram is correct, then something incredible happened before. You might want to look at the "flip board" tick box in the game editor.

    I set the diagram better so that the pawns can move correctly, and give the lines that refute the first diagram.




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