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Interesting game and I was definetely impressed by the moves towards the end of the game. But just wondering, was there really wany point in black's move 18. ... Qb4?
Also, what was the time controls for this game? I didn't expect an 1880 rated player to miss the checkmate threat. Was it a 1 minute bullet game?
16...Qb7 looks like a useless move. 16...Qa5 or 16...Qa6 are certainly more principled.
i agree.....Qb7 was useless....maybe queen along a-file would have been better....
@pfren then what would be the ideal way to continue the attack? (for black)
Is there any chance that a 1300 rated player can beat a 2700 rated player?
by GreedyPawnEater a few minutes ago
Getting a FIDE ID without playing a tournament
by NewArdweaden a few minutes ago
Why is Stockfish making this obviously bad move?
by pfren a few minutes ago
knockout tournaments + scotch game <1800
by JarnoS a few minutes ago
What opening or two should I focus on first as a new player?
by krzysztof7 a few minutes ago
The only reason Fischer became world champ
by patzermike 2 minutes ago
Only 28% of Chess.com Members can solve this on the first try
by NewArdweaden 3 minutes ago
I'm starting a YouTube channel
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music and chess
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chess annotation software??
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