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If after making a move the engine’s score for the position is virtually unchanged - it’s good move!


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Is there any way to find good moves that I made, rather than just non-mistakes? Actually, in most cases, it's doing this already. The reason your moves aren't showing up is probably that they're not actually good moves! the evaluation shows I made a suboptimal move even though against this particular opponent it resulted in me winning a piece The ...


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Run Stockfish in multi-PV mode. This makes Stockfish suggest multiple moves. If the move you chose is preferred by Stockfish to others, then it's a "good move".


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Sorry, computer engines are not designed to think like a human. It's a machine, it's written to play strong chess. There is no intelligence in there to think like that. The "good moves" you mentioned were actually bad moves at Stockfish's level.


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it doesn't seem to find any good moves that I've made You are expecting too much is the real issue here, so don't be so hard on yourself. First, and I do not say this to be mean, but your level of play is going to contain mostly bad moves, but they look that much worse because you are being evaluated by a silicon beast. Keep in mind that Stockfish is FAR ...


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