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    I put the Question to Demis Hassabis at his Twitter @demishassabis

    Hi Demis it's a bit difficult to get a direct Question & Answer to you So I will try this...what do you think about... AlphaZero (Chess) Copied! The A.R.B Chess System A.R.B

    https://twitter.com/demishassabis/st...60541591347200



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    The A.R.B Chess System...

    Official Site https://www.youtube.com/user/COMPUTERSTOPBUILD/videos

    https://chessprogramming.wikispaces....B+Chess+System

    An opening system developed by Anthony.R.Brown more than 35 years ago (1983) (as of 2018) as a response to the growing strength of Chess engines
    The apparently passive system gives the programs a FALSE! initial space advantage by allowing them to push center pawns Etc.

    (In 1983, the first chess microcomputer beat a master in tournament play. BELLE became the first chess computer to attain a master's rating when, in October, 1983, its USCF rating was 2203)

    The A.R.B Chess System is the First & Only Chess System in the History of Chess to play (6)
    Pawns first in the Opening before any Main Pieces are played
    Whether playing White or Black...

    The Six Pawns for White or Black (Reversed) are Moved forward by one rank only,
    Except if there is a Need to Block a Check or Stop a Piece being Captured Etc.

    The Move Order is One of the Most important things concerning how the First Six Pawns are Played!

    Below Playing for White is how the System plays the first Six Pawn Moves in Move Order Preference...

    1. e3 (Most Moves!) 2. d3 (Most Moves!) 3. h3 (Most Moves!) 4. a3 (Most Moves!)
    5. g3 (Most Moves!) 6. (Most Moves!) b3

    And Below Playing for Black is how the System plays the first Six Pawn Moves in Move Order Preference...

    1. (Most Moves!) e6 2. (Most Moves!) d6 3. (Most Moves!) h6 4. (Most Moves!) a6
    5. (Most Moves!) g6 6. (Most Moves!) b6

    Other strategies are characterized by closing the center, no or delayed castling , and provoking other early pawn advances by the programs,
    yielding in long term weaknesses.

    AlphaZero (Chess) 1st, 2nd & 3rd Copied! references.



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    Pawn-structures: Why pawns are the soul of chess...

    https://chessfox.com/pawn-structures...soul-of-chess/

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    What is the importance of pawns in the endgame ?...

    https://chess.stackexchange.com/ques...in-the-endgame

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