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A crush, and with that rating difference! Nice one.
this proves that if you put your mind to it you could beat anyone
that was an odd opening
It is called the Bird
the first move is the bird opening. the subsequent odd moves aren't
the rest i made up and improvised, and it turns out to be pretty good
it's not i promise
yes it is
d3 c4 Na3 b3 are all bad moves if it weren't for black simply giving you the game and playing even worse i'd say the opening mightr have killed you
I think black played too badly and u were ok if not good.
Black played shocking. You were pretty good though
He's close to expert strength he should have steam rolled you in the blink of an eye it's possible there could have been someone else on the other end of the screen playing and not the A class Player but I'm just speculating who knows?!
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