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Anyone got any general tips? Mainly for the middlegame, seeing as the endgame is pretty much an unloseable position by that point.
is it a quick mate?
You make some blunders, just checking if your pieces are under threat would help.
Like, on move 13: you could play BE6 and save your pawn.
Or on move 16 you could play NXE3 and not loose a piece.
Or, on move 16
After 13...Be6 14. Nxe4 dxe4 I'm still a pawn down no?
And you mean 16...Ne6, which would have been a better move tbh, I think I was too pre-occupied with keeping my pieces forward.
Thanks for the suggestions, guys =]
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