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Reading PGN files using thr Stockfish engine
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The answer is NO. The stockfish engine does not have a concept of a chessboard state. Each position should be completely described through FEN notation. If you want to make a move, you then again ...

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Are gambits a good way to improve tactical awareness (for strong amateurs)?
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Yes. A direct open tactical style of play is the fastest route to chess mastery. Look at the games of Morphy. It allows to commit faster mistakes, therefore faster learning. Play dangerously

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Stockfish's algorithm
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Before starting diving into stockfish why don't you checkout the smallest chess program in C called nanochess by Oscar Toledo. It has only one file main.c

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How do I check if a move is legal using Stockfish?
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Chess engines such as stockfish cannot be used to validates legal chess moves. It will crash or if you get lucky sometimes it won't. But go ahead whatever it is you are doing and good luck

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Is there such a thing as a unique chess playing signature?
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I like to add, that recently Magnus Carlsen visited Bill Gates and Mark Zukerberg and I think it came into the discussion to formalize the interconnect of a heart pulse sensor (they used wristband) ...

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When is a queen better than 3 minor pieces (or vice versa)?
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Please see in action the famous games from the grandmasters demonstrating the combat dynamics of a Queen versus three minor pieces. No English language can explain the entire dynamics. You must see it ...

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What is the optimal way to use Stockfish programmatically?
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As of June 24, 2021 where I am drafting this answer, I can guarantee to anyone that the above accepted answer is no longer true. The above provided zip file no longer works. Hence, I seek and I found. ...

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Does the new Netflix series "The Queen's Gambit" resemble any real life chess master?
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Yes it correctly describes the life of a chess player. Wesley So has been adopted. The face of Alexandra Kosteniuk. Prodigy of Morphy. Life of Fischer against the Russians. Drinks of Alekhine. Beth ...

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