Exchanging Chess Pieces

by Benjamin Charles Millgate
(Acland QLD)

When an opponent puts a piece in a position where it can be captured, don't always take because it could result in a checkmate.
I know this from a game I played, where I sacrificed a rook for nothing, because the computer was playing at grandmaster level. (expert)
I let the computer take my rook and in about 3 moves later I won with dual wielding bishops!

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