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[FEN "r4rk1/2p1qppp/1p3n2/p7/2B4B/4P3/PPQN1Pbb/2KRR3 w - - 0 1"] 1. f3 {traps the bishop} Rad8 2. Re2 Bxf3 (2...Bd6 Rxg2 Kh8 Rh1 {the Black king is not safe at all}) 3. Bxf6 Qxf6 (3...gxf6 Rxh2 {checkmate on h7 will follow}) 4. Rxh2 {threatening mate on h7} h6 5. Rf1 {the bishop is now pinned against the queen and will be won shortly} b5 6. Be2 ...


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I'm very late but I am working on something similar. Here are are a couple of resources that involve using autoencoders. https://chessvschessproject.wordpress.com/ https://arxiv.org/abs/1711.09667 https://github.com/oripress/DeepChess Hope they help! Let me know how it goes.


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Typieclly Kb1 (or Kb8) is played after queenside castling to add protection to the "a" pawn. The likely necessity of doing this at some point at the expense of time is one of the reasons queenside castling is not as popular as kingside castling. Whether the pawn is attacked immediaely or not is irrelevant. It's best to do this when not under ...


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It's difficult to know exactly why the engine makes Kb1 in particular its top move here, and I wouldn't get too hung up on it since it's such a close tie in evaluations between the engine's top moves. But it's really not a bad move at all, so I'm not surprised that the engine recommends it. The dreadful knight on g7 is a clear indication that something has ...


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Just because Stockfish thinks a move is best doesn't mean it is best. But let's see why Stockfish might like it. When I look at Stockfish's static evaluation of that position, and move the king from c1 to b1, I see four sub-evaluations change. In order of the size of the change, those sub-evaluations are: Psqt bonus. This gives a bonus to each piece based ...


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