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What Happens When You Play Yourself? - A RALRAL3333 Experiment

RALRAL3333
Sep 16, 2017, 1:03 PM 1

Hello and welcome to my second experiment! This is a few games where I played against myself to see the result. I was interested to know what would happen. I played my best openings as white: Scotch Game, Italian Game, Sicilian Defense and Queen's Gambit.

 

Scotch Game:

Italian Game:

Sicilian Defense:

Queen's Gambit:


From these games, I figured out that it was very hard to get any real chance to win because everything white saw, black saw as well (because both sides were me). Because of this, the games were pretty even, but in the final game, White got an advantage and was able to execute. So thats it for games against myself, goodbye for now!

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