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This are chess games played on chess.com where I do some kibitzing.
That's my point. White would have won a piece. However the position you gave will need reconsideration (which i am not good at) whether getting that piece is worth it or not.
Anyway, it was a blitz game & it does not matter that much. I was just wondering what did i miss. Was that good or there was something to it that i missed.
Thanks for your comments. Appreciate it as not many people actually care to reply. Thanks. :)
No JagdeepSingh, this is what I was thinking of1.NxNc6 NxNc62.BxNc6 Bxc3
No chessking775, this is what I was thinking of1.NxNc6 NxNc62.BxNc6 (won a piece here) if continued.... QxBc6 & if ...bxc6 3. Qd8#3.Qd8+ Qe84.Ba3+ Kb85.QxQe8+ (win a Queen here)
Jagdeepsingh If not Be3 and we do your continuation this would be ok for black 1)NxN NxN2)Qd8+???????
In 3.54, white could have won a piece by doing NxNc6 instead of Be3 because of checkmate threat by the Queen on d8 square. Am i right or i missed something?
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