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Hi, not sure if this is the right place for this sort of thread, but, here it goes....
Today I played a few games where I lost my queen (through a stupid mistake, I admit) but I managed to sneak by a win. This was mostly due to mistakes by my oppenent(s).
My question is, do you guys have examples of games that you, or someone else has played where a queen was lost (or it seemed impossible for somene to win) and through some sort of spectacular chess-playing, a win was sneaked by?
This is really just a curiosity of mine; I enjoy looking at games and seeing the techniques.
chess.com game 694871308 duncan vs. elobispo
this game is a doozie elo gives up the queen? and noone can figure out why....?
Can't seem to find that game, or any game for that matter. Maybe it's a paying member thing?
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