♡ 19 ( +1 | -1 ) Rook or KnightI am in a game now where I had a rook and a knight forked. If I had taken the rook I would then lose my bishop. I took the knight instead and kept my bishop. Was this the right thing to do?
♡ 16 ( +1 | -1 ) Ask again when your game is overand people will be able to comment freely on the pros and cons. As steve_t said, it depends on the situation, and commenting now might affect your game.
♡ 41 ( +1 | -1 ) When considering material factors alone, a full piece is almost always worth more than an exchange (a piece for a rook). This is usually true even if you would get a pawn in addition to the rook, which would make the "numbers" +3 each; in almost all cases, the piece is still superior. Of course, you have to take the other factors of the position into consideration.
♡ 63 ( +1 | -1 ) Hi againYou're safe here, since you didn't ask details, it was more a general inquiry; but you shouldn't ask specific questions about any game while it's still running. Even if you've already made your move, a response a past position can spark new ideas for you, or may still partially apply to the current (albeit different) position. (I'm not a very good player, but give me a shout when the game's over and I'll try to explain my meaning using the specific example of your game - I'll do my best 1800+ impersonation for you).
(I'm not a member of the Gameknot Etiquette Police, so others may have different opinions ... and good luck in your game!)