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First forum post, sorry if I get anything wrong
This was a little while ago against a good friend of mine who has a fondness for playing unorthodox tactics that used to unsettle me, but recently hasn't helped him out a great deal.
This game kind of marked a turning point for my record against him and I think must be pretty unusual, in that I achieved mate without a single piece from either side being taken!
Well that's quite the clean battle :P
Interesting game! I would guess 10. h4 Ne3 would have been better in a normal game, but I suppose it worked out :)
I really like this "system"; I wonder if it is played at master level?
by Rumo75 a few minutes ago
World Chess Champion Magnus Carlsen says I fear nobody....
by Weing94 a few minutes ago
The Stonewall Setup
by moonnie 3 minutes ago
Will chess ever be exciting to watch as football?
by hisboyelroy 5 minutes ago
Is there a chess opening that pisses you off?
by sree2000 5 minutes ago
Borislav Ivanov v Daniel H Campora - Stockfish has a Look!
by TheGreatOogieBoogie 9 minutes ago
12/10/2013 - Easterwood-Williams 2004
by kayagun 10 minutes ago
Create a user score (like on Ebay) based on feedback from others
by repka 12 minutes ago
very very strange
by Kansha 15 minutes ago
What's the quickest way to get a title?
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