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If you guys don't get it from the title, I should have lost in this game. But he played quickly and carelessly. And that's how I won. Well, this is my game - Cowboy1111 vs me.
Taking on e5 is very bad for white.
There is no such thing as losing by luck. OR winning by luck.
You were supposed to lose? I see a draw here (before the blunder).
Ew. What the hell?
Some kind of "meme" in our country. It means "awesome". :)
There is also "tebrik" in Turkey which means congratulations. I wonder if those two are connected...
And if Kg2 you can always go for
48. ... Rg4+ 49. Kf1 Rh4! which goes to a draw! White has to come up with something different, possibly involving his rook...
White won't come up with any plan. It's a dead draw.
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