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The following position was reached in a USCF rated game recently. We were
going over the position in a coffee shop later and it seemed that whoever
pushed hardest lost. White has the two Bishops - Black is up a Pawn.
Blacks Bishop is (currently) trapped inside his own Pawns. After Blacks
Knight relocates, he has the ...g6, ...f5 break.

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jclaxton wrote:

The following position was reached in a USCF rated game recently. We were
going over the position in a coffee shop later and it seemed that whoever
pushed hardest lost. White has the two Bishops - Black is up a Pawn.
Blacks Bishop is (currently) trapped inside his own Pawns. After Blacks
Knight relocates, he has the ...g6, ...f5 break.

Either post results here, or mail to .

Thanks


You forgot to include the position.
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looks like a draw to me

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In article ,
jclaxton wrote:

The following position was reached in a USCF rated game recently. We
were
going over the position in a coffee shop later and it seemed that whoever
pushed hardest lost. White has the two Bishops - Black is up a Pawn.
Blacks Bishop is (currently) trapped inside his own Pawns. After Blacks
Knight relocates, he has the ...g6, ...f5 break.

Either post results here, or mail to .

Thanks


You forgot to include the position.



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In article ,
jclaxton wrote:

The following position was reached in a USCF rated game recently. We
were
going over the position in a coffee shop later and it seemed that whoever
pushed hardest lost. White has the two Bishops - Black is up a Pawn.
Blacks Bishop is (currently) trapped inside his own Pawns. After Blacks
Knight relocates, he has the ...g6, ...f5 break.

Either post results here, or mail to .

Thanks


You forgot to include the position.


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