Play This "Chess Codon Sequence" and Share Your Games

1618_of_PsyChess

Good Evening Everyone(!!!),

   How are Your Games going My Friends!?! I trust you are giving it "Your All" (referring to Your Abilities to Cognitively Process and Transmute Information). If You have time before another game, would you mind Giving a Go at "My Chess Puzzle" (I guess would be an appropriate way of describing the Above Image). This is My First chess puzzle that I've written (with the help of My CCMA-Algorithm, ChessGames.com Game of the Day, and of course the player's of this particular game, Preston Ware & Max Weiss).

   This game was apparently played on May 10, 1882, and it has been on this day (August 20, 2019), that I decided to Measure and Display the Chess Codons of this game. And to quickly describe what a Chess Codon (CC) is, A CC is sequence of 3 moves (at least) during a game of chess. This Sequence of 3 Chess Moves is a Direct Reflection of the Codon Molecules that Make DNA.

   So, continuing on with what is present on the above diagram, what you are seeing is the Introductory Chess Codons (ICCs) of Preston & Max's Game from 1882. What I am asking of You, and why I am asking you this, is all related to a chess research project that I (and a team of like minded classmates and Friends) am developing.

   I would be more than happy to share more information about this research project, however please keep in mind that this is still a developing project. I have pending meeting with professors and professionals, and will gladly share any relevant information about the project's development. 

   Finally, to describe what it is I would like to ask of anyone who see's this thread, would be to try and solve for checkmate. This is the first chess puzzle that I have Co-Written, and I am curious as to what the best solution is for these particular ICCs. I wanted to try and set up the chess.com computer to solve it by itself, but was unable to set up a computing opponent.

   If anyone knows how to do this, would you mind sharing with me how to? In the mean time, I hope You don't mind my asking for you to solve my puzzle. I will be attempting a solution tomorrow, before my class in the afternoon.  I'll do my best to share my results!

Thank You, Friends(!!!) and Best of Luck in Your Games(!!!),

Emilio A.

EscherehcsE

Bumped by the PTBA.

1618_of_PsyChess
EscherehcsE wrote:

Bumped by the PTBA.

what's that? PTBA?

EscherehcsE
1618_of_PsyChess wrote:
EscherehcsE wrote:

Bumped by the PTBA.

what's that? PTBA?

Haha, sorry, just having a little fun. It's an inside joke/club here (the Professional Thread Bumpers Association). It was formed when we discovered that someone can only make three consecutive posts in a thread. It has nothing to do with you or this thread in particular, so don't worry about it. happy.png

EscherehcsE

btw, a few comments -

1) You should mention which side is to move - I'm assuming it's White, but it's not good to have to assume.

EscherehcsE

2) I couldn't fine that specific position in any games in my database, including the game between the two players you mentioned. Did you make up the position?

and #3...

1618_of_PsyChess
EscherehcsE wrote:
1618_of_PsyChess wrote:
EscherehcsE wrote:

Bumped by the PTBA.

what's that? PTBA?

Haha, sorry, just having a little fun. It's an inside joke/club here (the Professional Thread Bumpers Association). It was formed when we discovered that someone can only make three consecutive posts in a thread. It has nothing to do with you or this thread in particular, so don't worry about it.

Your user seems familiar? Have we encountered one another before? If so, then I would very much be interested in opening up a line of communication between us! I would very much be interested in playing a game (or more)!!!

Also...

This is a real game. I got it from cheesecakes.com. it was yesterday's (8/20/19) game of the day. 

What you are seeing in the above diagram, is the first 6 moves played by both players of this game. Only the pieces they used, were represented on the board in the diagram. Ill do my best to show step by step how I was able to create this diagram.

And, yes, you are correct. White is to move.

PawnstormPossie

I'm confused, was it from 1882 or yesterday?

1618_of_PsyChess
PawnstormPossie wrote:

I'm confused, was it from 1882 or yesterday?

I believe this game was from 1882. and Yesterday, ChessGames.com decided to name it "The Game of The Day" happy.png

ChessieSystem101
EscherehcsE wrote:
1618_of_PsyChess wrote:
EscherehcsE wrote:

Bumped by the PTBA.

what's that? PTBA?

Haha, sorry, just having a little fun. It's an inside joke/club here (the Professional Thread Bumpers Association). It was formed when we discovered that someone can only make three consecutive posts in a thread. It has nothing to do with you or this thread in particular, so don't worry about it.

ChessieSystem101

Thought it was dead!

ChessieSystem101

Also bump by the PTBA

EscherehcsE

Double bumped by the PTBA

ChessieSystem101

woah thats intense

ChessieSystem101

Lets stop that right here

1618_of_PsyChess
ChessieSystem101 wrote:

Lets stop that right here

You're gonna stop?!?!?!?
"I Triple 'Bump by the PTBA' You!" (Try and guess where this movie reference is from... Hint: It is a Christmas Classic... in America? I guess is how I would "universally describe" this reference? ... i'm starting to wonder if this is something "global"? I know its "super popular" here in America, especially ON CHRISTMAS <--- another hint, its on Christmas day ALL DAY happy.png)

ChessieSystem101
1618_of_PsyChess wrote:
ChessieSystem101 wrote:

Lets stop that right here

You're gonna stop?!?!?!?
"I Triple 'Bump by the PTBA' You!" (Try and guess where this movie reference is from... Hint: It is a Christmas Classic... in America? I guess is how I would "universally describe" this reference? ... i'm starting to wonder if this is something "global"? I know its "super popular" here in America, especially ON CHRISTMAS <--- another hint, its on Christmas day ALL DAY )

A Christmas Story. 
triple dog dare you!

ChessieSystem101
1618_of_PsyChess wrote:
ChessieSystem101 wrote:

Lets stop that right here

You're gonna stop?!?!?!?
"I Triple 'Bump by the PTBA' You!" (Try and guess where this movie reference is from... Hint: It is a Christmas Classic... in America? I guess is how I would "universally describe" this reference? ... i'm starting to wonder if this is something "global"? I know its "super popular" here in America, especially ON CHRISTMAS <--- another hint, its on Christmas day ALL DAY )

and Im an original member of the PTBA

if I didnt get kicked yet...

1618_of_PsyChess
ChessieSystem101 wrote:
1618_of_PsyChess wrote:
ChessieSystem101 wrote:

Lets stop that right here

You're gonna stop?!?!?!?
"I Triple 'Bump by the PTBA' You!" (Try and guess where this movie reference is from... Hint: It is a Christmas Classic... in America? I guess is how I would "universally describe" this reference? ... i'm starting to wonder if this is something "global"? I know its "super popular" here in America, especially ON CHRISTMAS <--- another hint, its on Christmas day ALL DAY )

A Christmas Story. 
I triple dog dare you!

YOU GOT IT!!!

and what is the PTBA? The other user (Escherehcse) mentioned this PTBA... Would you mind sharing some more information about this "group." happy.png