How does the winning percentage (white win/draw/black win) in chess 960 (Fischer random) compare to that of regular chess?
The above was asked here: Winning percentage in chess 960. I would like to re-ask this question with the ff changes:
but now in 2021 (the previous question was in 2017. in the past 4 years, there has been a fide world fischer random championship. there's also this.)
perhaps 1 answer for computers (no need to answer again for computers, if it's about the same as the answer before, I guess) and 1 for humans (the previous question had a computer only answer and so far no human answers)? Or maybe just 1 for humans if this question is otherwise too broad
I don't care about sample size. (the answer in previous question didn't answer about humans because of low sample size. even if the sample size is low, I don't mind)
follow-up question to brian towers' answer in case it gets deleted (I notice that on this stackexchange site, follow up questions or reasons for downvoting can be removed without warning or explanation!):
what about the equivalent standard chess percentages please? i figure so we can at least have an understanding of 'not many' just like in the other post. i don't think it has to be dug up from chess-results similarly. i'm expecting there are some kind of statistics already done for this. but anyway i'll award the bounty for now