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A pretty good game
your oppenent was drunk! :D
1440 rating and does not look at the board before a move?
Im 1900 and loose pieces in 1 everyday no big deal :)
yeah you have to hand it to this guy for sucking so bad in this game. i've been there too.
usually when your occupied with a move you want u usually miss to see those
couldnt black have played Qg4?
There was no forced "mate in 1" in this game. Your opponent made numerous mistakes. The moves you played were just fine - don't get me wrong. You developed and took initiative well. I will have to agree with therobz on this one.
I didn't mean to put "mate in 1" where I did in the annotation. That was my mistake. The mate was the next move.
Nothing was forced...but he did play the moves I anticipated, to my advantage, of course.
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