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Thank u sir
Unfortunately Black wins at once after 27...Rg1+ 28.Rxg1 Qe4+, but he preferred to commit harakiri instead.
What is Harakiri??? :)
and this is not a good quality game . there was mistake after mistake from my side(white)
Harakiri is a Japanese word meaning suicide.
And nice find by IM Pfren. 27. ... Rg1 + 28. Rxg1 Qe4 + 29. Kh2 Qxe5 + followed by bxa6 wins a lot of material.
Black could made by the way IM pfren sir described
*mate.. key mistake
surely. poor quality game , i played the middle game at a time when i could think hardly 1.5 min for a move . coz i was busy with another game named counter strike
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