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here is a game i played againgst a handy county player i did well but lost in the end what i wanted to know was is there any better way in the end game to defend the h file and was the queen exchange good bad or vext
How did you lose? its a drawn positon !
Oh wait... bishop to h3... yeah..
I noticed that you were black... oops.
27... Bd7 planning Be6 could hold. The only thing your bishop can do is to defend it's pawns. It's trapped inside.
i think ef was bad at the time it looked like a better move it seemed to colapse from there bd7 does seem good advise the position seems better the h file is still a little tricky but probably better
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