# Getting smoked playing E5

50kg wrote:
drmrboss wrote:

Play Berlin.

It is a draw guarantee opening among human database.

It is also a draw guarantee opening choice by Leela. ( Based on the statistics of millions of games during training).

Try to play that Berlin against GM and you'll lose for both sides

Ask to play any GM vs Stockfish , and they will lose to both sides against any opening.

Just a few tips for you about statistics, you have to remove the other factors. ( both sides against same rating, e.g 3600 engines, 2800 humans, 2000 human etc)

drmrboss wrote:
50kg wrote:
drmrboss wrote:

Play Berlin.

It is a draw guarantee opening among human database.

It is also a draw guarantee opening choice by Leela. ( Based on the statistics of millions of games during training).

Try to play that Berlin against GM and you'll lose for both sides

Ask to play any GM vs Stockfish , and they will lose to both sides against any opening.

Just a few tips for you about statistics, you have to remove the other factors. ( e.g Play both sides against same rating, e.g 3600 engines, 2800 humans, 2000 human etc)

Question on that. Is there a way to statistics that aren't all time. Like could I look up how I'm doing in certain openings within the last week? Or against x level players.

drmrboss wrote:
50kg wrote:
drmrboss wrote:

Play Berlin.

It is a draw guarantee opening among human database.

It is also a draw guarantee opening choice by Leela. ( Based on the statistics of millions of games during training).

Try to play that Berlin against GM and you'll lose for both sides

Ask to play any GM vs Stockfish , and they will lose to both sides against any opening.

Just a few tips for you about statistics, you have to remove the other factors. ( both sides against same rating, e.g 3600 engines, 2800 humans, 2000 human etc)

I hardly can imagine a lot of draws between 1000 players in any opening including Berlin.

Between GMs - may be.

the higher the ratings of two equal players--the more draws.  After all chess is a draw with best play...