Lucario defeats a grandmaster in 21 moves.

Jacobshinn
EamonB1 wrote:
Jacobshinn wrote:
frothy679 wrote:

yall use reddit?


Nope. I don't like reddit.

You seem like the kind of person who thinks TikTok clout means something.


What? No, I don't like TikTok either. Also, what does this have to do with the game?

ChesswithNickolay

A GM with 50% accuracy?

Jacobshinn
ChesswithNickolay wrote:

A GM with 50% accuracy?

That's what the stockfish analysis says. However, it's important not to trust the engine all the time for analysis. I already send the game to a few grandmasters in this site for any feedback for their own analysis to see if my analysis was wrong.

ChesswithNickolay
Jacobshinn wrote:
ChesswithNickolay wrote:

A GM with 50% accuracy?

That's what the stockfish analysis says. However, it's important not to trust the engine all the time for analysis. I already send the game to a few grandmasters in this site for any feedback for their own analysis to see if my analysis was wrong.

It is. I could have beaten John Weasel. 

Jacobshinn
ChesswithNickolay wrote:
Jacobshinn wrote:
ChesswithNickolay wrote:

A GM with 50% accuracy?

That's what the stockfish analysis says. However, it's important not to trust the engine all the time for analysis. I already send the game to a few grandmasters in this site for any feedback for their own analysis to see if my analysis was wrong.

It is. I could have beaten John Weasel. 


Correction: James Weasel. Also, there aren't any definite proof that it really weren't grandmaster moves. I still haven't received any replies from grandmasters yet, so we'll see.

ChesswithNickolay

Which GM plays Rb8, a6, b5, and why play Kh8? Also, f6? And most of all Kd7. A 1800 Rapid player would have never played that! Surely not a GM. Even I would not. And why did he resign? He could have still won against this opponent. No GM would have ever resigned in that position.

Jacobshinn
ChesswithNickolay wrote:

Which GM plays Rb8, a6, b5, and why play Kh8? Also, f6? And most of all Kd7. A 1800 Rapid player would have never played that! Surely not a GM. Even I would not. And why did he resign? He could have still won against this opponent. No GM would have ever resigned in that position.


So far, GM Simon Williams, as this game was based on his game against the chess ultra grandmaster computer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOPfOA6lVek&t= You can click on 9:45 to see the game. Except, instead of James Weasel committing suicide, he resigns. I think Simon believed that Rb8, and Kh8 would be good moves for a pawn storm, and for protecting his king, though I'm not sure if he made those blunders on purpose just for teaching purposes.

However, given the fact that it's a fictional game, not all moves would be 100% realistic or how a grandmaster in real life would play. 

ChesswithNickolay
Jacobshinn wrote:
ChesswithNickolay wrote:

Which GM plays Rb8, a6, b5, and why play Kh8? Also, f6? And most of all Kd7. A 1800 Rapid player would have never played that! Surely not a GM. Even I would not. And why did he resign? He could have still won against this opponent. No GM would have ever resigned in that position.


So far, GM Simon Williams, as this game was based on his game against the chess ultra grandmaster computer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOPfOA6lVek&t= You can click on 9:45 to see the game. Except, instead of James Weasel committing suicide, he resigns. I think Simon believed that Rb8, and Kh8 would be good moves for a pawn storm, and for protecting his king, though I'm not sure if he made those blunders on purpose just for teaching purposes.

However, given the fact that it's a fictional game, not all moves would be 100% realistic or how a grandmaster in real life would play. 

What do you mean about 'suicide'? If you mean that he started giving away pieces, then he is better than resigning.

Jacobshinn
ChesswithNickolay wrote:
Jacobshinn wrote:
ChesswithNickolay wrote:

Which GM plays Rb8, a6, b5, and why play Kh8? Also, f6? And most of all Kd7. A 1800 Rapid player would have never played that! Surely not a GM. Even I would not. And why did he resign? He could have still won against this opponent. No GM would have ever resigned in that position.


So far, GM Simon Williams, as this game was based on his game against the chess ultra grandmaster computer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOPfOA6lVek&t= You can click on 9:45 to see the game. Except, instead of James Weasel committing suicide, he resigns. I think Simon believed that Rb8, and Kh8 would be good moves for a pawn storm, and for protecting his king, though I'm not sure if he made those blunders on purpose just for teaching purposes.

However, given the fact that it's a fictional game, not all moves would be 100% realistic or how a grandmaster in real life would play. 

What do you mean about 'suicide'? If you mean that he started giving away pieces, then he is better than resigning.


By suicide, I mean Simon Williams let himself get checkmated by that computer on purpose just so he could show other features of the video game. And come to think of it, I could've made James play 11. ...a6 and Lucario would reply with f4. That would've made the game more interesting.

You'll see what I mean once you watch that video.

ChesswithNickolay
Jacobshinn wrote:
ChesswithNickolay wrote:
Jacobshinn wrote:
ChesswithNickolay wrote:

Which GM plays Rb8, a6, b5, and why play Kh8? Also, f6? And most of all Kd7. A 1800 Rapid player would have never played that! Surely not a GM. Even I would not. And why did he resign? He could have still won against this opponent. No GM would have ever resigned in that position.


So far, GM Simon Williams, as this game was based on his game against the chess ultra grandmaster computer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOPfOA6lVek&t= You can click on 9:45 to see the game. Except, instead of James Weasel committing suicide, he resigns. I think Simon believed that Rb8, and Kh8 would be good moves for a pawn storm, and for protecting his king, though I'm not sure if he made those blunders on purpose just for teaching purposes.

However, given the fact that it's a fictional game, not all moves would be 100% realistic or how a grandmaster in real life would play. 

What do you mean about 'suicide'? If you mean that he started giving away pieces, then he is better than resigning.


By suicide, I mean Simon Williams let himself get checkmated by that computer on purpose just so he could show other features of the video game. And come to think of it, I could've made James play 11. ...a6 and Lucario would reply with f4. That would've made the game more interesting.

You'll see what I mean once you watch that video.

 

 

Jacobshinn
ChesswithNickolay wrote:
Jacobshinn wrote:
ChesswithNickolay wrote:
Jacobshinn wrote:
ChesswithNickolay wrote:

Which GM plays Rb8, a6, b5, and why play Kh8? Also, f6? And most of all Kd7. A 1800 Rapid player would have never played that! Surely not a GM. Even I would not. And why did he resign? He could have still won against this opponent. No GM would have ever resigned in that position.


So far, GM Simon Williams, as this game was based on his game against the chess ultra grandmaster computer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOPfOA6lVek&t= You can click on 9:45 to see the game. Except, instead of James Weasel committing suicide, he resigns. I think Simon believed that Rb8, and Kh8 would be good moves for a pawn storm, and for protecting his king, though I'm not sure if he made those blunders on purpose just for teaching purposes.

However, given the fact that it's a fictional game, not all moves would be 100% realistic or how a grandmaster in real life would play. 

What do you mean about 'suicide'? If you mean that he started giving away pieces, then he is better than resigning.


By suicide, I mean Simon Williams let himself get checkmated by that computer on purpose just so he could show other features of the video game. And come to think of it, I could've made James play 11. ...a6 and Lucario would reply with f4. That would've made the game more interesting.

You'll see what I mean once you watch that video.

 




Nice game! I checked the database for this one, and it seems to show that 2 chess masters played this position.

Jacobshinn
ChesswithNickolay wrote:
Jacobshinn wrote:
ChesswithNickolay wrote:
Jacobshinn wrote:
ChesswithNickolay wrote:

Which GM plays Rb8, a6, b5, and why play Kh8? Also, f6? And most of all Kd7. A 1800 Rapid player would have never played that! Surely not a GM. Even I would not. And why did he resign? He could have still won against this opponent. No GM would have ever resigned in that position.


So far, GM Simon Williams, as this game was based on his game against the chess ultra grandmaster computer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOPfOA6lVek&t= You can click on 9:45 to see the game. Except, instead of James Weasel committing suicide, he resigns. I think Simon believed that Rb8, and Kh8 would be good moves for a pawn storm, and for protecting his king, though I'm not sure if he made those blunders on purpose just for teaching purposes.

However, given the fact that it's a fictional game, not all moves would be 100% realistic or how a grandmaster in real life would play. 

What do you mean about 'suicide'? If you mean that he started giving away pieces, then he is better than resigning.


By suicide, I mean Simon Williams let himself get checkmated by that computer on purpose just so he could show other features of the video game. And come to think of it, I could've made James play 11. ...a6 and Lucario would reply with f4. That would've made the game more interesting.

You'll see what I mean once you watch that video.

 

 


Now it's a new position, with the popular Sicilian Defense played by 9191 master games I believed. This could be great for my research!

ChesswithNickolay
Jacobshinn wrote:
ChesswithNickolay wrote:
Jacobshinn wrote:
ChesswithNickolay wrote:
Jacobshinn wrote:
ChesswithNickolay wrote:

Which GM plays Rb8, a6, b5, and why play Kh8? Also, f6? And most of all Kd7. A 1800 Rapid player would have never played that! Surely not a GM. Even I would not. And why did he resign? He could have still won against this opponent. No GM would have ever resigned in that position.


So far, GM Simon Williams, as this game was based on his game against the chess ultra grandmaster computer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOPfOA6lVek&t= You can click on 9:45 to see the game. Except, instead of James Weasel committing suicide, he resigns. I think Simon believed that Rb8, and Kh8 would be good moves for a pawn storm, and for protecting his king, though I'm not sure if he made those blunders on purpose just for teaching purposes.

However, given the fact that it's a fictional game, not all moves would be 100% realistic or how a grandmaster in real life would play. 

What do you mean about 'suicide'? If you mean that he started giving away pieces, then he is better than resigning.


By suicide, I mean Simon Williams let himself get checkmated by that computer on purpose just so he could show other features of the video game. And come to think of it, I could've made James play 11. ...a6 and Lucario would reply with f4. That would've made the game more interesting.

You'll see what I mean once you watch that video.

 




Nice game! I checked the database for this one, and it seems to show that 2 chess masters played this position.

I just redid it. This is an opening structure that is common in GM games.

Jacobshinn
ChesswithNickolay wrote:
Jacobshinn wrote:
ChesswithNickolay wrote:
Jacobshinn wrote:
ChesswithNickolay wrote:
Jacobshinn wrote:
ChesswithNickolay wrote:

Which GM plays Rb8, a6, b5, and why play Kh8? Also, f6? And most of all Kd7. A 1800 Rapid player would have never played that! Surely not a GM. Even I would not. And why did he resign? He could have still won against this opponent. No GM would have ever resigned in that position.


So far, GM Simon Williams, as this game was based on his game against the chess ultra grandmaster computer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOPfOA6lVek&t= You can click on 9:45 to see the game. Except, instead of James Weasel committing suicide, he resigns. I think Simon believed that Rb8, and Kh8 would be good moves for a pawn storm, and for protecting his king, though I'm not sure if he made those blunders on purpose just for teaching purposes.

However, given the fact that it's a fictional game, not all moves would be 100% realistic or how a grandmaster in real life would play. 

What do you mean about 'suicide'? If you mean that he started giving away pieces, then he is better than resigning.


By suicide, I mean Simon Williams let himself get checkmated by that computer on purpose just so he could show other features of the video game. And come to think of it, I could've made James play 11. ...a6 and Lucario would reply with f4. That would've made the game more interesting.

You'll see what I mean once you watch that video.

 




Nice game! I checked the database for this one, and it seems to show that 2 chess masters played this position.

I just redid it. This is an opening structure that is common in GM games.


Nice! Given how popular this opening structure is, I'll make sure to research those GM games to see which one would be the most interesting for my next fictional game for Lucario.

ChesswithNickolay

Okay.

ChesswithNickolay

The Najdorf is common among GMs. I suggest you use analysis board when creating games, and maybe choose the 2nd best move or 3rd best move in some of the moves that the players play.

Jacobshinn
ChesswithNickolay wrote:

The Najdorf is common among GMs. I suggest you use analysis board when creating games, and maybe choose the 2nd best move or 3rd best move in some of the moves that the players play.

Excellent idea. I'll keep that in mind when creating games. And if possible, with money and time, I could consult with some aggressive playing GMs to give some feedback on how they would attack to discuss their own ideas for Lucario.

Jacobshinn
ChesswithNickolay wrote:

The Najdorf is common among GMs. I suggest you use analysis board when creating games, and maybe choose the 2nd best move or 3rd best move in some of the moves that the players play.


Speaking of chess games, I wanted to search for one GM game that has this position: https://www.chess.com/puzzles/problem/44018

So that I can create a game between Lucario and Toshineko Hirozaki, my feline villain OC, and Lucario's archenemy, but after looking at the database for this position, there hasn't been one found, so I was thinking of maybe finding GM positions or games that could lead up to this position, but I imagine it would be very difficult, if not, near-impossible.

Jacobshinn
ChesswithNickolay wrote:

Okay.


Speaking of Lucario, I just realized that just like how Netflix series Queen's Gambit copied the real life game for Beth that I copied one of Alexander Alekhine's games and annotated it to make Lucario attack like Alekhine, literally: https://www.chess.com/forum/view/game-analysis/lucario-attacks-like-alekhine-literally