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I'm only a beginner in Chess, but I would have made a change to moves 15 - 17. Although a Knight may look like a more versatile piece in a game of chess, I would favor a Rook anytime. So instead of 16... Rxc3, I would've played, Nxc3. Whether the opponent decides to lose a Rook for a Knight is totally up to the opposition, but either way, you have more end-game piece set. Like I said, I'm only a beginner but that is what I probably would've done.
i think is game is good example of when not to play h6
white would have very good postion after 4. e4?!
better is Nf6 right away Bg5 is not a huge threat
cant unusual openings be used to fox stronger opponents more often than not?
by Scottrf a few minutes ago
12/6/2013 - Mate in 8
by tanmay_chakrabarti a few minutes ago
CONTEST: Caption this Image of Anand & Carlsen
by Disgruntled_Sheep a few minutes ago
what the #$%^was he playing and how did he win?
by badger_song 12 minutes ago
12/5/2013 - Too Many Attackers, Too Little Defenders
by mehrdad-shirzad 16 minutes ago
Chess Is Garbage, Here Are My Own Openings
by ifoody 23 minutes ago
Carlsen is mediocre - my analyses
by badger_song 24 minutes ago
by Rsava 30 minutes ago
Alekhine's Defense Brilliancy - destroyed a guy in only 7 moves :O
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Pawn Promotion Bug
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