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The funny thing is that I had just watched many of Josh Waitzkin's lessons on Chessmaster 8000, and his first two videos emphasized using pins for the attack. I achieved a position I truly felt was beautiful, and wanted to share it, with the people in Live Chess telling me to post a topic about it (thanks Bowanza).
I would greatly appreciate analysis as well, I'm always learning =]
Beautiful triple pin at the end I love the way you pinned him again and again sweet mate too.
you play the kings gambit???if you do why don't you join the kings gambit players?
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