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In Lichess, you have 2 separate features: computer analysis and endgame tablebases. Scores are always shown using the computer analysis feature, but at the endgame you can also see the tablebases features, available for 6-men endings I think. If you open this component, you will see each winning/drawing/losing move together with their DTZ (distance to ...


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Unless you explicitly hard-code these endgames, or provide the computer with endgame tablebases, they will apply what they've always done throughout the game: search lines and return the static eval (which is basically the evaluation function of the engine, evaluated on the final position). The static eval isn't smart enough to realize that this game is a ...


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I'm afraid you cannot filter your own games based on a specific opening on lichess. You can, however, aggregately analyze the results you achieved on a certain opening by exploiting the Chess Insights feature, which is available in your profile page (on the right-hand side of your rating graph). After clicking on it and feeding your own games, you can go on ...


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