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LOL, very funny annotation :-)
lol great commentary
Definitely! One of the most amusing annotators on this website. "Now that development is complete" after black goes 1...d5 is a rare gem...
"Queens are best at retreating" is another one :-)
And his play is actually not THAT bad - but it's funny to have one user who wears "the fool"'s hat so convincingly. It does take talent. Keep them coming!
(FN, I would actually be happy to have you annotate one of my own games, if you have the patience - go into my forum posts and pick up the one you like best - hopefully a game with at least 25 moves...)
For move 15, better was Bd6, you could have won a queen.
10/8/2015 - Tolush - Alatortsev, Moscow 1948
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