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Python utilities for experimenting with Leela Chess Zero a neural network based chess engine: https://github.com/glinscott/leela-chess/ Here: https://github.com/so-much-meta/lczero_tools This allows you to run the network in Python on specific board positions via python-chess, and get policy/value outputs. (Works with pytorch, and is also able to run the ...


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As far as I can see Leelenstein is mostly derivative of Leela. It uses a fraction of the games produced by Leela's self-play to get to a similar playing strength. Given that most of these games have also been used to train Leela, there is little reason to expect Leelenstein to be better. Basically Leela produces customized trainingsdata via self-play, ...


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