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Seems like a new Smyslov was born.
Here's another one that I've just finished ! I won playing black !
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You gotta check variations better, your last example is wrong 23.. Qf2+? (Qxh3#).
For the first game: 11)qd5 seems better to me.
15) Qf3 maybe faster?
I really like the way you explain your games, continue it's like watching a movie for us! thank you
You played really well, and your opponents just blundered their games away, like on the first game 7... f5? 12... Ke7 and again 15... Ke7
But that was a good use of a skewer on 13. Bg5+
Game two: 19. Ne2? Really?
White's already lost by that point anyways, you pieces are much too active. Well done
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