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A team dedicated toward improving Horde - the eternal quest toward balancing an inherently unbalanced game.
In a recent game https://lichess.org/ZoXAb0Zl/ it strikes me that SF evals pos after move 46 as only +2 (moderate white advantage ?). It seems to me white advantage is bigger than that = will become
FWIW after 3-1 I expected to be able to win more by repeating the line, but that just didn't happen. I almost had to invent a new win the second time around. It very much didn't play the same open
@FischyVishy The improvement relative to the baseline is similar for crazyhouse and horde, but the baselines are very different. SF crazyhouse defeated most of the top engines even before the first re
So white won all games ? For those interested... https://lichess.org/study/AwOhrrRz https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nH-DA321wSU
With me only taking black (and playing at a ~3+2 pace), it beat me 6-2. I didn't play particularly well, but in the last 2 losses (https://lichess.org/LeEV454s and https://lichess.org/PIyynSQZ/) I all
I see SF Horde has improved by over 1000 points! http://22.214.171.124:6543/regression Is it now as dominant as SF in other variants, or can the strongest human players still give it a run for its
@ubdip I see. OK, so I guess the match proved quite conclusively that strong human players are just going to crush with this White position. How about the next match...maybe try the centered setup?
@FischyVishy I think it does not make much sense to test this with standard chess Stockfish, since it causes undefined behavior in Stockfish if such positions (with too many pieces) are put in, which
jep this is a extreme case but pretty sure about it thats its +- how can i see your stream