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Hey this a blitz game for me with Fritz .. I reached this situation offered draw.. it accepted it .. see this situation and give me feedbacks ,,
Fair result, the position is completely lifeless.
I don't know for sure how this could end, but you could sac your bishop like this:
56. Be7, Bc3
57. Bd6, cxd6
58. cxd6 That gives some potential. But I don't know would you be ablet o win the game.
EDIT: Opponent moves are pretty random, because he really don't have anything to do. But check that yourself, you know better than me.
Thank you ! I know that but what mistake I did in the game to finish it as a draw ?
I tried it after the match but the same end Draw ^^ yes , Also my last moves was random but I realized that it will not mistake so I offered draw ..
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