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Reply #25 - 09/06/22 at 13:05:36
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so not 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 e6 3 Nc3 Bb4 4 g3 0-0 5 Bg2 d5 then Tongue

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Reply #24 - 07/13/22 at 07:19:55
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an interesting second line... Smiley

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Reply #23 - 06/14/22 at 07:30:57
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Hi.

I have gotten kinda good at this now. If I do above three on expert it's usually because there is some rare move. This one was not so easy though. Got a bit lucky it wasn't some slightly different version. Smiley

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Reply #22 - 06/14/22 at 06:07:07
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I should really have gotten this one sooner...

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Reply #21 - 05/28/22 at 18:24:42
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In the initial rules explanation, it is clearly stated that yellow means a player played that move, not specifically that colour. So it's not a bug, it works as intended. (I admit I made the same error in the past, which led me to read the intro more carefully!)
  
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Reply #20 - 05/28/22 at 08:24:42
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Kerangali wrote on 05/28/22 at 07:59:08:
Odd bug/feature in chessle: in openings where White plays e2-e4-e5, proposing 1.e4 e5 results in yellow e5, wrongly indicating a future ...e5 by Black. Happened twice in the last few days. Did anyone notice that?


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Reply #19 - 05/28/22 at 07:59:08
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Odd bug/feature in chessle: in openings where White plays e2-e4-e5, proposing 1.e4 e5 results in yellow e5, wrongly indicating a future ...e5 by Black. Happened twice in the last few days. Did anyone notice that?
  
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Reply #18 - 05/14/22 at 16:34:20
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Chessle 91 (Expert) 2/6

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Reply #17 - 05/14/22 at 13:08:11
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Got it on second try today Cheesy Grin Cool
  
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Reply #16 - 05/07/22 at 00:21:48
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Jonathan Tait wrote on 05/06/22 at 18:29:22:
Confused_by_Theory wrote yesterday at 18:52:47:
Hi.

I guess the meta move would be for one to realise it's going to be hell at a later stage and start guessing random moves in places you already have the move green (i.e. fully confirmed).

Hehe.

Jonathan Tait wrote on 05/06/22 at 18:29:22:
Yes, I should have done exactly that. 1 f3 Nf6 2 f4 g6 3 Nf3 Bg7 4 e4 d6 5 Be2 0-0 would have sorted through quite a few.

Or perhaps even 1 e4 g5 2 f4 gxf4 3 Be2 f3 4 Bd3 Bh6 5 h3 Bg5 Wink

Wait. If black plays Bg5 does it show as yellow even if only white plays it at some point? No right. If that was in fact the case a whole new level of thinking would be required. Then you can use black moves to figure out what white does etc. Very deep.

I think for me in round three (only lacking white's fifth) 1.e3 2.Be2 3.Bd3 4.f3 5.f4 would have been a strong guess and if I had been more skillful I think I could have gotten a few of these already included in rounds one or two and consequently have more space to put in alternate move guesses in round three.

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Reply #15 - 05/06/22 at 18:29:22
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Confused_by_Theory wrote on 05/06/22 at 16:52:47:
Hi.

I guess the meta move would be for one to realise it's going to be hell at a later stage and start guessing random moves in places you already have the move green (i.e. fully confirmed).

Hehe.


Yes, I should have done exactly that. 1 f3 Nf6 2 f4 g6 3 Nf3 Bg7 4 e4 d6 5 Be2 0-0 would have sorted through quite a few.

Or perhaps even 1 e4 g5 2 f4 gxf4 3 Be2 f3 4 Bd3 Bh6 5 h3 Bg5 Wink
  

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Reply #14 - 05/06/22 at 16:52:47
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Hi.

I guess the meta move would be for one to realise it's going to be hell at a later stage and start guessing random moves in places you already have the move green (i.e. fully confirmed).

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Reply #13 - 05/06/22 at 16:46:28
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Hahaha. Almost same for me. Spent R3-6 guessing only about white's fifth. Didn't get it either Grin

Are they this evil normally?

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Reply #12 - 05/06/22 at 08:30:04
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well, that was rather frustrating...  Roll Eyes

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Reply #11 - 04/01/22 at 13:08:33
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AlanG wrote on 04/01/22 at 11:43:38:
I think I have a rough idea, because of White's 4th move. I imagine it's in your book - perhaps Chapter 3?


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