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The funny thing is that I had just watched many of Josh Waitzkin's lessons on Chessmaster 8000, and his first two videos emphasized using pins for the attack. I achieved a position I truly felt was beautiful, and wanted to share it, with the people in Live Chess telling me to post a topic about it (thanks Bowanza).
I would greatly appreciate analysis as well, I'm always learning =]
Beautiful triple pin at the end I love the way you pinned him again and again sweet mate too.
you play the kings gambit???if you do why don't you join the kings gambit players?
If you would like this analyzed in depth let me know ok?
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