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Best Repetoire Building Tools

For creating the repertoires I use the tools: https://github.com/zcesur/opening-repertoire and chessbook.com For studying the repertoires I use chessable.com I also use Hiarcs Chess Explorer pro, to ...
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Which Chess Engine is Most Preferred by Grandmasters for Analysis and Considered the Fastest and Best Currently?

Matthew Sadler on his Silicon Road channel has an excellent series on using Leela with WDL contempt to generate exciting new opening ideas that are difficult to refute over-the-board. See my other ...
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Best interesting chess engine?

I should say that you should analyze your games yourself to actually have serious improvement (and it is a good idea to analyze your own games). That being said, there are adaptive chess engines that ...
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Strategies specific to bullet chess

Zacky's answer gives some fine points. I am listing some points not included in it. Develop good intuition (broad idea; OP mentioned this point already) Intuition rather than calculation is more ...
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Best interesting chess engine?

You can surprise opponents with any engine - just run the engine in multi-PV mode and focus on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, etc. moves that the engine suggests. You can also try running Lc0 with high WDL ...
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Is there a chess engine that always responds with the same move to a given position?

Most engines do in my experience. Its just that nowadays the devs fiddle the source code in a way that it's not the same repetitive straight track. In most GUIs, you should see the pgn. Try going back ...
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Is there a chess engine that always responds with the same move to a given position?

A chess engine on PC is almost deterministic in its move results if... You play with 1 thread only; you switch off all parameters that guide move variety like Position Learning, Book Learning, ...
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Why is this position winning for black?

First of all, at least for me Stockfish 16 shows -2 and not -3. Black has more solid pawn structure, White has isolated pawns. At the moment there is the threat of Qe4+. Black has better development ...
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Is there a chess engine that always responds with the same move to a given position?

I dug around for a bit and it seems it's surprisingly less straightforward than I thought. I don't know about other engines, but much of the randomness of eg. Stockfish and Leela Chess Zero comes from ...
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Strategies specific to bullet chess

Beside what OP already mentioned, here's some other tips: - Playing highly premovable openings is great, but get ready to punish your opponents that do this. Many players tend premove everything in a ...
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