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Since your opponent played... The Damiano Defense
1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 f6?
You should have replied with a knight sacrifice on e5, b/c it is not really a sacrafice. If he takes it, he will need to give you a rook or be checkmated when you bring your queen out to h5 with check.
Very powerful and decisive opening for white.
Clearly drawn if you push the accept draw button.
Yea, there's a button, I think it starts out as 'offer draw' but once you repeat the same position three times, it changes to 'claim draw'.
Depends on your interface. I've never seen the button change to "claim draw", but I know the draw is not automatic, you have to claim it (maybe you want to play on)
I just used it today, 'claim draw'. Same place as the 'offer draw' is, word changes to 'claim'.
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