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Interesting that a player wouldn't start of that type of chess by looking for which pawns are weak and how easily/quickly they can be attacked etc. before making his first move.
Funny game though.
I made a mistake in responce to e4 the best responce is d5 not d4 as I reparted. There is very little theroy so it is easy to know more then your opponant. Not so with the sissy-cilian
Well, in that case 1. e5 was blunder. Or just pretty bad move. (blunder loses immediately, you can play little more when you are down a rook)
Maybe you can, but...
^^omg, AndyClifton has returned!
The game should be nullified. all the pieces were set up wrong.
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