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You sure he didnt resign for another reason e.g. leaving the site?
Although you appear to have missed that you will actually be a BISHOP AND A PAWN up. Though I wouldnt resign because of that.
I don't think so. He probably just resigned because he didn't want to play any more.
Uh, he resigned because he has lost a whole piece. After Bxc6, Bxc6, white is just a piece up.
That's why he resigned.
Ha ha, good call Tonydal, too early for counting indeed. Although I wouldn't resign over 4 points of material. (bishop + pawn)
i agree with bigstupidfingers
who was ur opponent?
He lost a complete piece brother!!
funny anyway your opponant was under some pressure i suppose you have the center and all that or its becuse he lost a piece oh well
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