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Well, at least he (or she) finally knocked off that "Cheers" crap.
Rg8 was played to stop the knight fork, and now the knight on g5 for white has no job. It was an OTB game played with long time controls.
eddysallin I was black in the game. I am assuming you mean those moves for my opponent to do.
Ok, but Nxf7 is not really a threat at this point, as f7 is protected by your king. So I think a simple developing move such as 5...Bg7 is fine. If white goes 6.Nxf7, you play Kxf7 and say thank you
Obviously Nxf7 is not a threat at this point. But it could be if white plays Bc4.
And the opponent was weak.
Yep, but after 5...Bg7 6.Bc4 you can castle which protects f7 with your rook as well.
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