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This was another game I recently played OTB. Enjoy!
I'm not sure I like your willingness to trade off pieces after you hang the knight, as with each trade, white's advantage increases. At move 21, I'd say you at least have a little bit of fight left. After move 35, I'd say that black can resign. :\
Your move 18. You should have checked with the knight.
( 19 ).....Qe6 !....and your still a pawn up.
@ Biarien, ur probably right,but i was hoping for a lucky "trade-off-the-pawns-and-draw" (it didn't work)
@ inotgramps i actually considered this in the post game analysis, but i don't think it is nearly as good as the given variations.
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