Fatality (1934) vs Aladdin (2058) Chess Fight Night CFN Blitz

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  1. Black was defending really well even though he lost his bishop. Unfortunately he was really defenseles against her deadly smile.

  2. That was so funny at the end when he just wouldn't let her win, and that rook trick was so funny i laughed hard

  3. It's not recommended to capture the dark square bishop in a London position, you're supposed to retreat to g3, if black captures, you get an open file to your rook. Even blocking the bishop with the Knight I'm pretty sure is considered better than trading.

    Perhaps Fatality isn't very familiar with London theory?

  4. Always love watching this match-up they are very evenly matched, happy to see Fatality get one back though 😀 !!!

  5. what a brilliant game…that had a bit of everything. Loved the e5 spot F created for her knights, and it was fun to see the tussle at the end, to avoid/create a draw. Very good.

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