Hello everyone, I have just finished an extensive study of the KR v KP endgame under FICS (lichess) rules. With the help of the atomic tablebase I have managed to identify winning positions (this w
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@Granach I think you didn't understand my post. My reason for requesting a thread in which cutting edge theory will be discussed is that it would reveal new defensive resources against the so-called "
I think you are all worrying too much - even if it is old, it is still great material to get into the game. There is no need to have perfect opening theory memorized to learn and get better - quiete t
@explosions These are separate topics. The reasoning of ijh is: > I decided to put introduction to openings first because most new atomic players die in the opening Advanced opening knowledge shoul
@Wolfram_EP Instead of a study, I think a forum thread should be created in the Atomic Chess Theoreticians team to collect opening theory, and new innovations in opening theory should be posted there,
I agree that not dying in the openings is also important, but I doubt that FOX's studies help with that a lot. Introduction to defending Nf3 e3 for beginners would be nice. Maybe I will do something l
@Wolfram_EP Yeah, the introduction to 2N isn't the best because the 2N theory has changed so much. Perhaps ProgramFOX can give it a few updates? I considered putting the endgames first, but then I
Wow this is priceless, thanks very much ijh!
I have mixed feelings about this. You all have done great work collecting these studies, thanks for that! On the other hand, "Basic Openings" section, which is basically the first thing a newbie would
@Illion Thanks for pointing that out; it's now in there =] I haven't seen your site for a while; you've gotten a lot done since I was last on it :O Excellent work!