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I never know what to do in these positions. I'm hoping to get some advice. I won due to a blunder, but leading up to that is the part in question.
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OMG, I just realized that I was a whole minor piece down!
I also realized I forgot to click submit on the game.
oops i meant kb1
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GET IT? Because pianos have strings...
Kb1 would have been a moved I'd played as white to free the knight for sure, but that doesn't address much.
just goes to show, that somtimes, u gotta watch ur back, especially when ur opponent has mate in one, Open ur eyes llol
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