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Please tell me how to play 1min chess well instantly,the secret of 1min chess.How to move my pieces repeatly in the game safely?
Read the other 5000 threads on this subject. Then come back.
Please be relevant..... What about the bullet ?
Just "Use the force(=ma), Luke".
F=MA is the general equation, but you have to factor in the force of gravity if you are not playing chess in outerspace. The bullet obeys it in any case, but a serious reply, considering the gravity of the the consequences, will have to wait until I have completed a few calculations.
I agree. The bullet obeys. How does this relate to chess?
Surely the kinetic energy formula is more relevant to a bullet. KE=1/2MVsquared plus the rotational
energy due to barrel rifling.
draw < lose or draw > lose?
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