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I finally got around to doing proper analysis of my game against assasinkings94; which is easily my best game on this site. It involves hanging two pieces at once and the legendary e-Pawn that just keeps eating up it's enemies.
The crazy variations are something that can hardly be calculated even in correspondence. Enjoy!
really nice game
It's all thanks to the e-Pawn.
I dont think the london deserves a ?! though lol, maybe a !?
Yeah you're right, I'd probably have given a ?! to anything other than the Queen's Gambit lol.
Shows how much I know about openings outside of my main repertoire
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