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Hi everybody, this is a game I played last weekend in third league in my country. How is that, that my most important and interesting wins are with Dutch defence ?
moreover, my teammate beat opponent +300, another two players beat +150 ELO and shockingly we won 5-3.. we came for quick defeat but won instead.
Huh? your annotations say that you played black, you won, black resigned, but that black won. What actually happened?
(It sure looks like black lost, did you post the right game?)
my last annotation is wrong - White resigned. why do you think it looks like black lost ??
I PLAYED OVER 1700 GAMES IN BLITZ, YET MY RATING IS STILL AT 900.
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