2022 FIDE Candidates | Fabiano, Hikaru, and Ding Race For Critical Silver! | R11/14
It’s time for the world’s best chess players to battle it out at the 2022 FIDE Candidates Tournament! The most important event of the year, Hikaru Nakamura, …
It’s time for the world’s best chess players to battle it out at the 2022 FIDE Candidates Tournament! The most important event of the year, Hikaru Nakamura, Fabiano Caruana, Alireza Firouzja, Ding Liren, Ian Nepomniachtchi and more are playing for the chance to become the challenger and take on five-time world champion Magnus Carlsen in the 2023 World Chess Championship!
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In this video lesson, GM Igor Smirnov will share with you the 5 best chess opening traps in the Center Game. The Center Game is a chess opening after the moves 1.e4 e5 2.d4 exd4, and after 3.Qxd4 Nc6, it pretty much looks like the Scandinavian Defense in reverse.
The best part is that GM Smirnov will share with you the traps for both sides, White and Black. You can use and implement these traps in your practical games easily. Moreover, you are not only going to see these beautiful games, which are really amazing, but also you will be able to train your tactical vision along the way; Smirnov will show you how you can find such beautiful tactical shots.
Even though the Center Game is not a very powerful chess opening, you can use it from time to time, especially in your blitz games. There are a lot of chances one could fall into these traps!
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Chess Bot | ChessBotX 1.5.9 | Next Chess Move Calculator
Chess Bot: https://chess-bot.com/How to use a chess bot?ChessBot is a computer app, which can play chess at online websites. It has a lot of cool features. F…
Chess Bot: https://chess-bot.com/ How to use a chess bot? ChessBot is a computer app, which can play chess at online websites. It has a lot of cool features. For example, program can show best moves straight on the chessboard during your current game. You can use it for educational purposes to study chess. Or just for fun! However, please note that if you’re using this tool for cheating in chess, you will be banned sooner or later.
Alternatively, it can play automatically using your cursor (in that case – cheat will be very fast, making up to 15 moves per second). This is useful for testing chess engines and opening books. There are even websites where enthusiasts play bot-vs-bot matches (something like chess programs competition).
Also, this tool can be used as a personal virtual chess coach. In this mode ChessBot will evaluate each of your moves and show score for the current position. Moreover, the application has several instruments for training and studying chess. Virtual chess coach will be with you 24/7 in every game.
Chess helper is the program for Windows only. Unfortunately it is not available for Android / iOS. There is no direct support for MacOS also, however you can try to use some virtual machine like Parallels. Windows 7, 8 and 10 are the best choices for the bot.
Here is the list of important requirements:
1. Use Google Chrome browser only. Virtual Coach may not work properly in other browsers. 2. Browser zoom (scaling) must be at the default value (scale=100%). 3. Windows system scaling (size of the text, icons, etc) also must be = 100%. 4. Recommended screen resolutions: 1366×768, 1440×900, 1600×900, 1920×1080. Please note that cheat will be faster on a smaller resolution. 5. Color configuration (RGB palette) must be default. 6. If you have 2 or more monitors, please note that the program will work only on the Main display. 7. Also – you need to set a specific chessboard color and pieces style at the website settings. For example, at lichess.org you don’t need to change anything, chess cheat will work fine with the default settings. However, at chess.com you must set ChessBoard = “Brown” and Pieces = “Classic”.
Seems too many things to check? Don’t worry, usually most of the settings are fine by default and ChessBot will work right out of the box. However, if something goes wrong, please follow these steps and check the troubleshooting page.
How to install
1. Download zip-archive with the cheat (demo version or full version, which you will receive via email). 2. Make sure to unpack the entire folder from the arhive to the desktop. Do not run program directly from the arhive. 3. Make sure that your antivirus / firewall is not blocking the program. Add ChessBot.exe to the whitelist. 4. Run ChessBot.exe from the folder. It is recommended to run as administrator.
1. Open chess website, where you want to play and start a new game. 2. Make sure to set proper chessboard colors and pieces style. It is also better to turn off animations. 3. Usually it is recommended to maximize the browser window. 4. Make sure that nothing is overlapping the chessboard. 5. Choose playing mode on the Main tab of the chessbotx. If you want automatic mode, then turn off both Advisor and Coach checkboxes. If you need advisor mode – enable Advisor checkbox. 6. Press START BOT button. Alternatively, use hokeys Alt+W to play as white or Alr+B to play as black. You can change hotkeys on the Advanced tab.
Note: You can also use the “Play By Key” option. “Play by key” feature allows a helper to play automatically, but it will make (or show, in case of the advisor mode) each move only after you press the key on the keyboard (button “9” by default).
The cool thing about the chessbot is that it can work from any (random) position for all popular chess websites. For example, at first you can start and play the game by yourself. And when a difficult position will come up – the helper will show you one or several good variants of continuation. Understanding and memorizing tactic patterns will help you to improve your chess eventually.
How to change a chess engine
Stockfish is the default chess engine for the chess cheat bot. However, you can use other UCI engines like Komodo, Houdini, Leela, Brainfish, Fire, Rybka, Ethereal, Fat Fritz, etc. We can recommend to try Brainfish chess engine with the Cerebellum opening book – it is strong, stable and well-rounded.
If you want to use your own chess engine:
1. Go to “Advanced” tab. 2. Click on the Engine bar (click on the name of the current engine in the yellow box). 3. “Engine Manager” window will pop up. 4. Press Add button in the “Engine Manager” and specify path to the chess engine you wish to use. 5. Now choose engine from the list and press “Choose” button (or just double-click on the name). 6. That’s all – chessbot will use your new engine! You can configure chess engine by pressing “Engine settings” button.
Game 8 World Championship 2021 Carlsen-Nepomniachtchi
Sunday December 5th saw the 8th game of the long awaited World Championship match between World Champion Magnus Carlsen from Norway and his challenger Ian Ne…
Sunday December 5th saw the 8th game of the long awaited World Championship match between World Champion Magnus Carlsen from Norway and his challenger Ian Nepomniachtchi from Russia. The venue was the Exhibition Centre in Dubai in the UAE. It’s the best of 14 games with a rapid and blitz and Armageddon game in case of a 7-7 tie in the classical games. The time control is 40 moves in 2 hours followed by 20 move in 1 hour followed by 15 mins with a 30 second increment but only from move 61.
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Timestamps OR Chapters:0:00 How to Play Dice Chess?0:26 Rules of Dice Chess2:14 How to Win in Dice Chess?Today, in our sports encyclopedia series we will tal…
Timestamps OR Chapters: 0:00 How to Play Dice Chess? 0:26 Rules of Dice Chess 2:14 How to Win in Dice Chess?
Today, in our sports encyclopedia series we will talk about how to play Dice Chess. Dice chess is a chess variant that is played on a regular chessboard with dice. When a players turn comes, they roll both dice and then pick one of their pieces to move as indicated by one of the dice rolled. The game is played with two sets of pieces, black and white. The board is set up by laying it out on the table and setting up the pieces on opposing ends of the board. All pieces function and move like regular chess except for a few changes. Each player is given two chess dice at the beginning of the game. Normal dice can also be used by assigning pieces to the numbers according to this list: 1 is a pawn, 2 is a knight, 3 is a bishop, 4 is a rook, 5 is queen, and 6 is king. A player cannot move a piece if the rolled dice does not indicate it. If a player rolls a double, then they can choose any of their pieces to move. If a player does not have any legal move for either dice rolled, then they lose their turn without moving and the opponent continues. Players are allowed to castle their king using normal conditions if they manage to roll a rook, king, or doubles. Players can only execute en passant, using the pawn to capture a pawn that has just passed it if they roll a pawn or doubles the very next turn when the first opportunity for the en passant capture arises. If a player is in check, they are only allowed to move pieces rolled that assist them in getting out of the check. If the roll is not in favor of the player, the player loses the turn but does not lose the game. In the next turn, if the opponent player rolls the appropriate pieces needed to capture the king, the player loses the game. If the opposing player fails to capture the king, the player gets another chance to roll a dice and get out of the check. The player that manages to capture the other players king is declared the winner. If the game reaches a stalemate, the game draws and the opponent player wins if one player forfeits.
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