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Hey all, I'm stuck and not sure what to do next because the computer is being a punk. Here is my current game vs LCP...
I was thinking Qc3 [edit Qb3 I meant] but I really don't know haha
I'm just interested to see what you think and if there is a straight foward move maybe?!
do you think the computer will compain about you using people the way people complain about people using computers?
If you don't want to help buzz off man.
Qb3 looks okay. How about Qd2 so the rook can come to c1...?
sorry, i just like irony. also, my initial thought was Nxd6. so, you probably don't want my help anyway since that would drop the bishop.
Na it's cool. I went Qd2 then he went Bxe4. Thanks and I will post the finished game soon.
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