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In the game below, black resigned after the move Bb4.
I have another game against them, and in that they said they made a big positional mistake. I can perhaps see some prospects in attacking the square in front of the black King, but nothing clear cut. Any thoughts? Am I missing some blindingly obvious tactic?
black is even better for me.... he has a central pawn
White can force a knight trade for the bishop, but white would not necessarily be better. I think the player of black overestimated the power of having a bishop as opposed to a knight.
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