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So my opponent resigned here. I'm not so sure the game was over.
The question is, is black's pawn a huge threat or something easy to pick off after this:
I personally would have liked to have seen the game continue. It looks interesting. I think white would have been able to block that pawn, but I'm not sure.
Oops, black dropped a rook. Let me fix it.
nah u whooped him
After Rde8 Qc5 looks good, as fxe4 drops the queen and Bxe4 could lead to Bxe4 Bxe4 Rxe4 Qxf8#.
Alright, the Qc5 move makes perfect sense. How about with the final position, though?
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