I stumbled on this chess position from Reddit. I know the movements of each piece beneath, but can't grok the figurative meaning?

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  • "I stumbled on this chess position from Reddit." Need we say more? – Jossie Calderon Jan 11 at 16:24

That position is a recent meme on reddit where the knight has a good choice (taking the queen) and a bad choice (taking the bishop). It makes fun of people who choose the bad choice by representing them as the knight taking the bishop.

This particular instance of the meme seems to be made by someone with your views.

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