Lobster-chips! I love this!
You're definitely chinese now!
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After a series of rapid trades, black did not notice my queen was pointed right at black's rook. Black took my knight and I got a free rook. Black did what I used to be guilty of, which I call the Video Game Mode. It is not a real term but I use that term when I kept thinking this was a video game that required an immediate response. I would forget that this game can be slowed down and I was allowed to think over my options. My knight had no safe squares if black moved the rook. I would have to
I put white in a jam. White has to use the queen to block my A pawn from promoting to another queen but my B pawn will slowly be moving up the board to get promoted. White can take my B pawn because I will not trade my rook for the bishop, but I will move my rook to the 1st rank and win white's queen. I celebrated with spaghetti with meat sauce! food