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I did very well in round 7 I guess, even with a lot of mistakes my opponent resigned.. now I'm standing with 4.5 points..
this was very good game..
the ending is really nice, good job
(the beginning confuses me a bit too much due to lack of opening theory and it "looking weird")
Congratulations, So nice
yeah I really enjoyed playing the endgame, my opening it was ok but his moves at the beginning was very wierd ( h1 - f3 - Rfc1 )
Nice game...seems to be fairly equal up to move 23 when White blundered with 23.Qb6??...could hardly have played a worse move then.
So nice !
thanks to all of you :)
the ending was clever
nice game !!
good to see some syrians here :))
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