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Here is round 2 of the state tournament.
0 and 2 now unfortunately, but I eventually come back and have a winning record.
Why didn't you just take the h2 pawn? on move 64?
I was still hoping for a stalemate, so if he had a queen it would be more likely to happen.
A very tough game! I've looked at this for a while, and the only thing I can suggest is 44 f3. Now your knight has been bolstered and you're ready to swing your queen into action via f2-h4. Also if Black tries 44... b5 you have 45 Rb2. It's still very complicated...but anyway, that seems fairly promising to me.
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