For starters, there are several common black moves after 2. Bxb5. But analysis shows that there are only two moves by black in this position that do not lose immediately. I have been the victim of
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1.e3 b5 is a theoretical white win. How can we make it an actual white win, may I ask?
Let's discuss how to do that..:-)
It is true that progress has been made after Kf8, the calculation is not fast enough...while the size of the solution of all other responses to 1.e3 do not exceed 600MB after compression, the currentl
Almost solved..but not solved. By solve, I mean weakly solve here. It has been known since Feb 2015 that all responses to 1.e3 other than b6 is a forced white win. http://magma.maths.usyd.edu.au/~wat
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