Re: Chess and Go study

From: Tomaz Kristan (
Date: Sun Dec 15 2002 - 05:16:43 MST

We have a dry situation of:

- calculating

- rules

With a good rule, you can save a lot of calculations. And with a lot of calculation, you may not need to know some rule.

The rule is, that "it is almost always bad to lose a queen". On the other hand, a lot of calculation will prove you, that checkmate is more probable, if you've already lost your queen.

And there is no third factor whatsoever, nor in chess, nor in go, nor elsewhere.

Rules (obtained by calculating, saving calculations) and calculating.

Clean and dry.

- Thomas

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