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Post Re: curtains - L560: W vs Perseus (FM-2284) FREE!! [26:51]
Very nice game! The way you dealt with being down on time was very instructive.


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Post Re: curtains - L560: W vs Perseus (FM-2284) FREE!! [26:51]
Good stuff. f6 pawn sac was very instructive...Interesting to see how fast you saw the Nxh5 tactic...I didn't notice that move...neither did your opponent, so I don't feel so bad. haha

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Post Re: curtains - L560: W vs Perseus (FM-2284) FREE!! [26:51]
Good instruction in "winning" vs playing the"best" moves- enjoyed it- thanks!

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Post Re: curtains - L560: W vs Perseus (FM-2284) FREE!! [26:51]
I hope you keep playing the english. I play the reti so it's more interesting for me to watch. The only thing I'm not sure is that you don't like to be attacked and usually english players don't mind being attacked. :) It's kind of funny why good attacking players usually don't like to be attacked because if you're good at seeing attacking ideas for yourself you're obviously also good at seeing the opponents attacking ideas. I guess it's something about the way in which you see chess. You believe in the attacking resources of the position whereas some like Karpov, Kramnik or Leko obviously believes in the defensive resources of the position.


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