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When is it the proper time to resign? I played as Black, if you were White, when would you tip your King?
thanks for showing this masterpiece
what was your favorite part?
Ok I'm just going to pretend that post #3 never happened.
Anyway your opponent is rated 1017 so expecting a resignation is unreasonable.
we have been going back and forth, his rating was higher as mine was lower when we stared our prior battles
12.a4 was interesting, i couldn't quite figure out why that was played.
also, i enjoyed white's username.
it was a pity white missed 24.Rb1 .... coulda got back into it ... (especially on the chance you might have missed 24...Bc2)
but you must have enjoyed 24.Kg2
"also, i enjoyed white's username."
Slim pickings eh?
Close enough for me.
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