Another three folds repetition (In Chess Part 8b)

Another three folds repetition (In Chess Part 8b)


Occupying the center Defending the pawn Defending the center pawn Here he is pinning my knight with his bishop Forcing an exchange Done exchanging Putting the pawn on a better square Threatening the loose bishop so backing off the bishop to a safe square Strong duo pawn in the center Applying pressure on either of opponent knight castling backing off my bishop to safety continue backing off Forcing exchanges Repositioning the bishop from a knight attack Bishop to e7 Using a pawn to threaten his knight Continue pressing the knight Trying to force an exchange Exchanges done. Threatening the solo pawn Protecting the wing pawn with my queen blocking the advancing pawn Nice rook play Having two defender vs two attacker Nothing special just yet Putting the bishop to a square where I can take my opponent rook Rook to b6 Take his pawn on en passant He takes back with his knight Queen to c8.Doing some offensive plan Hoping for some tactical moves in this middlegame good move by white Backing off the Queen to c8 square He moved his bishop away for a strong battery using Queen and Rook Capturing his pawn with my rook Now I can target but he moved his queen away from danger on his turn Using my queen to defend either pawn in the center wing He moved his queen to g3 Moving my knight so I can kick the queen away from his current square He moved his queen to f3 Moving the knight to a square as a defensive player A defensive pawn move! Trying some tactics to stop his development He backs off his dangerous knight to a lesser position I can play a fork but it is white’s move A good move for white where I cannot fork anymore so I use my rook to target his Queen My rook is safe and is defended twice and is in an attacking position He moved his knight Trying to get his knight into trouble Backing off his queen to safety Causing havoc on his poor knight Controling either h4 or f4 square using the g-pawn backing off his knight backing off my knight His queen snaps my pawn Using my rook and check! His king takes my rook Protecting the knight He takes my knight I take his bishop with my bishop Check! So I attack his queen with mine Putting the bishop on a safe square where I have linked bishop and pawn. Now. I will make a mistake for three times and the game ends in a draw One Two Three, and it is a draw

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