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Can You guys please analyse this game I played againist Computer3-HARD? This was a very cool game!!! Thank you very much!!
see wean you play with a engine you sould play open game computer played d4 now what to do? i win a lot from computer 3 hard i beat 3 timrs computer 4 also i just to play hungray gambit with d4 nf6 and c4 e5 you will have better game and very easy to play
Thank you very much! That was a brilliant analysis that I have to improve on. Again thanks!
7...c4?! instead of it, you can last tension on d4 by not taking it so fast.
15. Nxc3? in my persepctive, Qd1 and eventually putting a knight on d3 would be fine.
19...I would keep a knight on b4. Knight on b4 is stronger than white's bishop in this position.
22. another blunder by a computer. Computer sometimes can be stupid due to intentionally lowering its strength.
After that, simplifying was performed and black won the game.
I wrote in english because I don't know whether you prefer english or korean.
Good luck on your chess
Can you guys analyse this game for me please? Thanks.
GoodGoodChess South Korea
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