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i had a game with a similar curcumstance
i was losing badly when i realized that if i traded my pieces correctly i would have 2 rooks and he would have a rook and a knight. You have to see the endgame piece value
but from move 4 you had mate in 2
5. Bc5 6. Ng5 7. Bxf7#
I was able to draw Little Chess Partner playing Black and on the HARD level. Blundered away a bishop in the endgame and still got a draw by repetition of position!
I've noticed LCP doesn't like a blocked center and having to manuver on the flanks-- it is a tricky little beast, now doubt!
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