trying to break a record

taywave

I heard that someone played a game and got an accuracy of 0.3%. I am going to see if I can beat that record. I am thinking that I will play Stockfish first and go from there.

Suggestions:

Should I make pointless moves or blunders?

Should I resign at a certain point or let Stockfish checkmate me?

I will posts my attempts on this forum

taywave

taywave

attempt #1

taywave

that game I had an accuracy of 3.8%

taywave

going to try a lot of blunders now

Roger436

Intresting. Play against komodo and play f3, and bring your king up, maybe it'll work.

Confused-psyduck

Good luck on your project, humanity and the whole chess community is with you.

gullupakka

I AM TRYINGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG

gullupakka

https://www.chess.com/analysis/game/live/5507962117 link

0.9

gullupakka

breh

lol

 

gullupakka

ur accuracy is way more than .9

teju17

The game with .3 accuracy was because both sides had mate in one and passed it on for 8 moves If you get to that position and do it for like lets say, 70 moves, we may acheive 0.2!

gullupakka

do u have the link for .3

gullupakka

i will copy the opening XD

teju17

Its a forum

gullupakka

what

teju17
taywave3160 wrote:

I heard that someone played a game and got an accuracy of 0.3%. I am going to see if I can beat that record. I am thinking that I will play Stockfish first and go from there.

Suggestions:

Should I make pointless moves or blunders?

Should I resign at a certain point or let Stockfish checkmate me?

I will posts my attempts on this forum

I dont know link

teju17

Okay

Barefoot_Player

The attempt to do seems to violate some ethical standards, unless it involves actually trying to win the game based on one's own talents.

taywave

the only way to beat the record is if I play someone who helps me