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Need help analysing this since im not very good. It is a game played by my team mate whos rated 1286 against a much stronger player and it seems like he probably could have gotten a draw at some point. the annotations are by him.
I think that starting from move 20 Black is theoretically winning and knight's position has nothing to do with any thing but whether he generated enough play for a draw later that I don't know right now,also isolated queen pawns give excellent chasnces for attacks and combinations either against black's king or against his pieces,and ofcourse Re1 was the losing blunder
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