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Here's my second puzzle that, I think, computers don't understand (please correct me if I'm wrong). The first one can be found here.
This one, however, does not end in mate. Black has an advantage, but your goal is to turn that into a winning position. Can you see the entire combination?
Well, you know me.... this sounds like a challenge for..... My ENGINE!
What do you call a winning position?
Stockfish: 10 seconds -3.1, 20 seconds -4.5, 60 seconds -7.35
Could you post that -7.35 variation? It's interesting to see how black finishes matters from that final, rather open position
Just to clarify, you analysed from the starting position, correct? - did it find the tactic immediately? because my chessmaster didn't...
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