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According to 'The_Analyzer" after only two moves the position looks equal. Not surprising considering the starting position of a chessgame is equal!
The starting position is equal, unless your opponent is Paul Morphy. Once Morphy started his game a rook down (in purpose) and checkmated his opponent... by CASTLING...
I'm sorry but it really doesn't make sense what you say. A position is always objectively equal, won or lost, The strength of the players is not a consideration.
I'm not talking about the strength of the players. Take a look at the game between Morphy and his father (I added a link to the game). As you can see, White starts the game with one rook, while his opponent starts with two rooks.
How about posting Your fastest bullet win/loss ?My personal record was 11 moves in 4 seconds, with checkmate.
I never play bullet chess. Even blitz chess is too fast for me because my intuition is horrible.
I'm a strong player so far as it regards standard chess. In standard chess I calculate very deeply and analyze every position accurately. That's why I'm rated ~1600 in standard and ~1100 in blitz.
Your personal record is crazy
I can only conlude that you are being deliberately obtuse. Therefore I resign.
Actually it's mostly premoves, so 4 seconds is not so hard to achieve. I've seen people playing 10 seconds bullet games lol.
You resigned in an equal position, and you call me obtuse. Hahaha
Doesn't this depend on Black's 7th move not giving him a flight square for the Queen? What do you do after 7....c6 or 7....Ne5 ?
7...g6 seems dubious but I'll have to check the computer to know for sure.
Yeah you don't need to check the computer. Anytime you blunder a queen, it's terrible
I just beat an International Master in 6 moves. I really did.