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So Here's my game. It was 10 minutes for each player. I wanted to see if maybe some advice on how to finish off someone in the end position when he ran out of time. I think this is a winning position, but I couldn't really see a clear line through. Also if I missed anything during the game let me know. Thanks, hope you enjoy.
The more I look at it, the more this seems like a draw.
It's blacks move at the end, my guess would be either bc8 to help defend the e6 pawn from f4 advancing. That position looks very much like a draw.
If instead bc6 to attack the pawn, I still don't see much after I advance my pawn to f5 and force an exchange.
Anyone want to take a crack at it and see if they can find a winning line?
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