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Recently I played a 4 move game which I think I have blundered at move 3. But my opponent gave his queen at move 4 and resigned! Now, I wan't to send this game to computer analyzer to see if I really blundered first, but I learned that it isn't allowed for games with less than 8 moves. Can this be made possible, or if not, why?
Seems like a valid question. But yes, I'm thinking that your bishop retreat to h4 is perhaps problematic. It would seem that Black can gain a piece for 2 pawns - if he can survive his rather drafty kingside situation.
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