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    Quote Originally Posted by TheARBChessSys View Post
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    Do you use computer assistance?
    No! Have a look at the Games and See How many Computers Guess/Agree with My Main Moves! you will find it's a Low Percentage!
    So, you're beating computers at rapid Chess, without using computers ... but we have to buy your "system" (i assume) to find out anything about it ?

    Cough!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheARBChessSys View Post
    No! Have a look at the Games and See How many Computers Guess/Agree with My Main Moves! you will find it's a Low Percentage!
    I don't doubt that it would be very low, but this would be weighted down by the opening choice, so for the first 15 moves or so the computer choices may match only to a small extent. After that is when it gets tricky.

    By the way is it 60 sec Fischer or Bronstein?
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    I'm not sure if he's selling anything or just wants to be famous!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenaaus View Post
    So, you're beating computers at rapid Chess, without using computers ... but we have to buy your "system" (i assume) to find out anything about it ?

    Cough!
    Ron Hubbard would be proud.

    Again you Don't have to Buy Anything! (Don't know what the Obsession is on here with Money?) Look at the Games to get an Understanding!....Below can Help!

    The A.R.B Chess System v The Hippopotamus Defence - Differences

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RidiladKJVw


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    Quote Originally Posted by road runner View Post
    I don't doubt that it would be very low, but this would be weighted down by the opening choice, so for the first 15 moves or so the computer choices may match only to a small extent. After that is when it gets tricky.

    By the way is it 60 sec Fischer or Bronstein?
    The Time is Played at (60) Seconds Each Per Move!

    The Computers Go Out of Book Very Quickly because the Main Opening lines have Never been Played before! (Check All the Official Data Bases)

    Below The (A.R.B.C.S) Advanced Main Line 18 Moves

    1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3. Nf3 h6 4. Nc3 a6 5. Bd3 g6 6. O-O b6 7. Be3 Bg7 8. Qd2 Bb7 9. d5 e5
    10. a4 a5 11. Ne1 g5 12. Bb5+ Nd7 13. Qd1 Ne7 14. Nd3 O-O 15. f3 f5 16. b3 Qc8 17. Nf2 Kh8 18. Qe2 f4

    The A.R.B Chess System - Advanced Main Line 18 Moves

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xn2YStZlvDY


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Bonham View Post
    I'm not sure if he's selling anything or just wants to be famous!
    Well your Avatar Monster is!


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    The A.R.B Chess System - End Game - Game 01 - Part 1 & Part 2

    The A.R.B Chess System - End Game - Game 01 - Part 1 & Part 2

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ISYkbmZSQM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qs6wc0ps3Qo


    Black to Move (46.) All Moves Played at 60 Seconds Per Move

    End Game Results (4) Top Chess Programs Rated 3000+ ELO


    1st Place – The A.R.B Chess System = (36) Moves.

    2Nd Place – Komodo.Chess Program = (43) Moves.

    3Rd Place – Critter.Chess Program = (44) Moves.

    4Th Place – Stockfish.Chess Program = (46) Moves.

    5Th Place – Houdini.Chess Program = (51) Moves. ?


    The Results have some Surprises! Different Hardware may Produce Slightly Different Moves?
    But as Long as each Engine is using the Same Hardware then the Move Scores for each Engine...
    Should Make the Actual Finish Position the Same as in the Test above!
    The Important thing is that each Engine Plays at (60) Seconds Per Move for White & Black!
    The Target Amount is (36) Moves! Can any Chess Engine! Using any Hardware Beat this!? Maybe? or Human?



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    Last edited by TheARBChessSys; 18-01-2014 at 01:12 AM.

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    Can any one explain How I can Post the Game Position to Replay Below?

    A.R.B


    [Event "The A.R.B Chess System - Move 46 Black to Play End Game"]
    [Game "The A.R.B Chess System-Game 01"]
    [Date "2013.07.27"]
    [Origin "Great Britain"]
    [White "Houdini.Chess Program"]
    [White-Elo "3000+"]
    [Black "Anthony.R.Brown"]
    [Black-Elo "?"]
    [Opening "The A.R.B Chess System"]
    [Time "60 Seconds Each Per Move"]
    [Result "0-1"]
    [TimeControl "0+60"]
    [SetUp "1"]
    [FEN "8/2r2k2/p2p1b2/2n1p3/1pP1P3/1N4B1/1PB1K3/8 b - - 0 1"]
    [Termination "normal"]

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    Last edited by TheARBChessSys; 19-01-2014 at 11:05 PM.

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    In the opening PGN tag put an equals sign after PGN followed by the FEN string.

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    Click quote on this post and you should be able to see how I have done this if unsure.

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    OK! Thank you...it seems a bit of a Complicated way to Post Simple Games & Diagrams ?


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    it seems a bit of a Complicated way to Post Simple Games & Diagrams
    Yeah - we always do things the hard way.
    But if we keep working on our forum, hopefully one day it'll be as simple and powerful as your chess system.

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    I had a number of goes at trying to beat Fritz at blitz with the A.R.B setup. In the early encounters I got winning positions against it a few times playing white (usually with a pawn on f5 vs black pawn on f6, then advancing and saccing pieces on the kingside) but messed them up. However Fritz has an ability to "learn" from its games and after a few dozen attempts it is no longer giving me a sniff by allowing such a dangerous setup.

    This was the best of the attempts:

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    Here 30.h6 would have won.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenaaus View Post
    Yeah - we always do things the hard way.
    But if we keep working on our forum, hopefully one day it'll be as simple and powerful as your chess system.
    We can All Dream!...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Bonham View Post
    I had a number of goes at trying to beat Fritz at blitz with the A.R.B setup. In the early encounters I got winning positions against it a few times playing white (usually with a pawn on f5 vs black pawn on f6, then advancing and saccing pieces on the kingside) but messed them up. However Fritz has an ability to "learn" from its games and after a few dozen attempts it is no longer giving me a sniff by allowing such a dangerous setup.

    This was the best of the attempts:

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    Here 30.h6 would have won.

    Just had a look at your Game The first Mistake for White 7.Bb2 should be 7.Bg2 This may look Trivial!...but it's important to Stick with the System so that the King side moves are made first! unless forced to do otherwise by the Opponent!

    Second mistake 11.Nd2 White should play 11.g4 In case Black plays f5

    Third mistake 17.h5 is too early! and that's why Black Cancelled you out with 17.h6

    That's All for the moment! (as for Computers learning on a Game by Game bases!? as far as I am Concerned that is Cheating!!) a bit like you going into the game with loads of Notes!?


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheARBChessSys View Post
    Just had a look at your Game The first Mistake for White 7.Bb2 should be 7.Bg2 This may look Trivial!...but it's important to Stick with the System so that the King side moves are made first! unless forced to do otherwise by the Opponent!

    Second mistake 11.Nd2 White should play 11.g4 In case Black plays f5

    Third mistake 17.h5 is too early! and that's why Black Cancelled you out with 17.h6
    But despite these supposed "mistakes" I was still winning if I played 30.h6+ instead of 30.f6. Of course since the whole system is objectively one long mistake and would get smashed to pieces by human opposition, the only test of whether or not something is a mistake is how close it comes to beating a computer.

    I haven't used notes in any of these games.

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