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Your opponent missed mate in 2 (26... Qc1+ 27. Bd1 Qxd1#)
good observation i knew i was checkmate in 2 but i was praying to dear god he would mess it up... could i have delayed my loss at all?
#19...bg5 winning rook
It forks the queen and rook, you move the queen away, he takes the rook.
It forks his Queen and Rook. If he moves his Queen to save it, then you can capture his Rook.
one last question.... skill level ?/10 on my part and skill level ?/10 on his part... thanks guys for your time and advice!
Your skill level -- a good start, but lots of room for improvement! (Pretty much like the rest of us!)
k guys thank you for your honesty.... i will resume to training my chess skill
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