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Not a perfect game by any means, but it's one I'm kind of proud of despite the Bxf3 blunder. There was a logic behind it though, but in hindsight was poor as like mentioned in the annotations his activity was restricted.
Thank you! Nice post. As a novice player, I know have a clue of which moves to avoid in the F6, G7 opening.
That's the way to roll it. You didn't make a series of opening moves "just because" - you developed carefully and made thoughtful responses to your opponent, and then when things took a more concrete shape, you possessed the critical squares and let your opponent look for ways to break you, which of course wound up breaking him.
8/26/2016 - Kouatly - Tsheshkovsky, Hoogovens 1988
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I need to take chess more seriously.
by JimmyBrunoGtr 20 minutes ago
KID with 1...e5 against the English
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Is there any chance that a 1300 rated player can beat a 2700 rated player?
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All The Reasons We Hate V3!
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What do you play against 1.e4?
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Why do chess players wait for there time to run out?
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