If Stockfish had infinite computing power, or perhaps connected to all Google servers, etc. would it be able to solve the perfect chess moves after 10 moves? Or be able to create the perfect game directly? What would happen?
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- What do you mean by "perfect" chess moves after 10 moves? We don't know they are perfect until the game ends in checkmate! You'll need go mucher deeper than 10 moves. You can't even solve King's Gambit in just 10 moves.
- The Stockfish algorithm heavily skips stupid moves off the search tree. It will not search everything no matter what CPU power you give it. You're actually talking about a brute-force engine (search all the possible moves). No, Stockfish is much smarter than that.
- Nothing really happen. You could publish a new paper, but your results would not change the world. We don't need to know what happens after 10 moves, we want to know what happens after 100 moves.