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This was my morning wake up game on ICC. I had just taken the first sip of coffee and made a mistake. I thought I could snag my opponents kingside pawn with the queen, which was wrong I think...then after he made some threats I decided that defense just probably wasn't going to hold a victory. So since it was my first game of the day I decided to play CRAZY...sacrifced a rook to keep his king in the center, after sacrificing knight for pawn. Anyway, I won it so it felt good...enjoy!
That game was fun. The computer says after my rook sacrifice black is better...but I was playing a human not a computer so...a little rattle and awkward king placement goes a long way.
You could have mated on move 27. (27. Qe8#) ;P Impressive though James.. As always.. haha :D
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