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Here are three vaguely inter... OK, basically what the title said.
First, I actually manage a reasonably sound queen sacrifice against a more or less sober opponent:
Then, after a bizarre opening, I stumble across a simple but strangely pleasing mate:
Finally, one of the weirdest escapes I've had, with an extraordinary final position:
Btw, sorry, forgot to answer your question! Anyhow, the queen sack was more or less forced, so I didn't really analyze it (especially since it was a three minute game).
Thanks, I'm going to annotate these possibly. Or not. One or the other.
Extraordinary games! Really enjoyable to view. The queen sac was well played (was that intuition, or a forseen plan to win back the material?), the checkmate in game 2 was brutal, and the king looked quite alarmed during most of game 3.
Thanks for the entertaining post! Strong opponents, too.
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