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If you can not do this.You are a patzer. Your rating is 600 only. You will be considered stupid.
How interesting. Maybe you just haven't studied it recently. Very strong players struggle with this OTB.
I have mastered it after a lot of studies. I am now in a different class.
I can't even do the two bishop mate, let alone the two knight mate, and it has not cost me a single game.
try telling that to Anna Ushenina
LOL. A lifetime of playing and I have never used it in an actual game. The closest I've come is knowing someone who once saw someone use it in a tournament match last year or the year before.
Though I have been tempted to keep it polished and force it in a game where my opponent refuses to resign.
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