Tournament points: 1,735,679
Team leader: FischyVishy
This is the official team for the Variants World Cup. The Variants World Cup is a large tournament whose purpose is to identify the best chess variants player in the world; while some people may be good at one particular variant, this tournament hopes to identify the best overall chess variants player. There will be individual variants sections, of course, but again, the purpose of this tournament is to declare the overall variants expert of the world.
Location: Messier 31
good job arka50!!
Congrats Arka :)
Everyone give me a hand in congratulating @arka50 for winning the inaugural FVVWC! Welcome the variants master!
Hi, everyone, may you give an opinion that is this study looks like a Noob playing chess? Link to Study: https://lichess.org/study/nLzuazR3
If you want a proper WC with better play, keep zerking out. If you want a fun event, let the faster players grab their +30% points. I think luck has more to do with streaks, whereas berserking is
Here are the standings for the antichess portion of the FVVWC: https://sites.google.com/site/fischyvishyvariantsworldcup/antichess
Here are the standings for the atomic portion of the FVVWC: https://sites.google.com/site/fischyvishyvariantsworldcup/atomic
So @onubense has raised a very important issue that I have considered before the tournament, but am giving due consideration now: berserking seems to favor the faster, luckier player rather than the b