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Kannnixhannnix
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Re: cheaters

Post by Kannnixhannnix »

iururu wrote: 19 August 2022, 09:00
Reposting is not respecting the netiquette of a forum.
I am not reposting, I am telling my story

A pretty freaking strong chess player tried this website, I think good to know

Also having more people complain is a good thing -- maybe new players will see a fresh post, maybe someone amongst developers would finally get into it

I don't see why would you react in such a negative and defensive way to my friendly post
Just go somewhere else if you don't like it here! :lol: :mrgreen: ;) Instead of complaining.
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Affensohn
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Re: cheaters

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2pazzi wrote: 19 August 2022, 09:12
iururu wrote: 19 August 2022, 09:00 Also having more people complain is a good thing -- maybe new players will see a fresh post, maybe someone amongst developers would finally get into it
No, they won't. If they wanted, they would have this done years ago. You are not special.
Your negative attitude escalated quickly, wow. As for myself, I thank iururu for that fresh post, wouldn't have found out otherwise.
2pazzi wrote: 19 August 2022, 09:12 Creating an entire new discussion for the very same topic again is a sign of disrespect.
You, basically, didn't lose any second browsing the forum and looking for the same topic.
If you did (and had more respect for the forum users) you would have found pretty other topics to merge your discussion in.
Glad you're no forum mod.
2pazzi wrote: 27 August 2022, 20:41
iururu wrote: 21 August 2022, 22:48 My titles are none of your business, thank you
While you write on the same forum I do, yes they are.
Very glad indeed.
Ricozoo
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Re: cheaters

Post by Ricozoo »

J'ai regardé la partie que tu as mis en exemple. Pour info, je suis prof et arbitre dans un club d'échecs.
Franchement, je n'ai pas l'impression que le conducteur des noirs (gagnant) ait triché.
Ses coups ont l'air assez évidents et ne ressemblent pas à des coups d'ordinateur. Il a même fait beaucoup d'imprécisions.
Pour ce qui est du jeu des blancs, là, c'est une autre aventure ! Si les blancs ont perdu, c'est qu'ils ont mal joué, tout simplement !
1- Choix d'ouverture : pourquoi jouer ce gambit de pion central qui n'amène qu'une trop légère compensation sur les tempi ?
Et en fin de partie, tu te retrouves avec une marée de pions centraux adverses, une hérésie pour tout joueur d'échecs qui se respecte !
2- Le sacrifice de qualité ? Après réflexion, ta dame était en mauvaise posture en c4 avec une future Tc8, sans compter les autres pièces noires !
C'est ce qui arrive quand on part à l'aventure avec sa dame solo, on finit inévitablement par se la faire harceler par les pièces adverses.
Du coup, tu te retrouves obligé de lâcher la qualité pour offrir des cases de liberté à la dame, quel dommage !
C'est un péché d'impatience. Un GMI a dit un jour : " Les trois qualités d'un bon joueur d'échecs sont la patience, la patience et la patience ".
3- Après e5, les noirs se font un pion passé protégé en d4, waouh ! Bonjour la finale !
4- Pourquoi Dxg7? À la place, j'aurais joué Fd2, menace Tc1 avec combo Ce6, la dame ne risquant rien en f7 !
5- Mais l'apothéose c'est Dh7? C'est une faute de ne pas avoir vu Cxf2! Pourquoi attaquer un cavalier qui a l'intention de bouger au prochain coup ?
Suivi par une deuxième erreur fatale : Rxf2? Voyez ce fameux cavalier qui s'offre en sacrifice pour attirer le roi sur la case de la couleur du fou,
suivi par la tactique qui fait chuter la dame dans un gouffre si profond, que je me dis que 2350, c'est la profondeur du gouffre en mètres.
Morale de l'histoire : il n'y a pas eu triche, c'est juste que tu as mal joué.
2pazzi
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Re: cheaters

Post by 2pazzi »

Affensohn wrote: 27 September 2022, 22:22
2pazzi wrote: 19 August 2022, 09:12
iururu wrote: 19 August 2022, 09:00 Also having more people complain is a good thing -- maybe new players will see a fresh post, maybe someone amongst developers would finally get into it
No, they won't. If they wanted, they would have this done years ago. You are not special.
Your negative attitude escalated quickly, wow. As for myself, I thank iururu for that fresh post, wouldn't have found out otherwise.
2pazzi wrote: 19 August 2022, 09:12 Creating an entire new discussion for the very same topic again is a sign of disrespect.
You, basically, didn't lose any second browsing the forum and looking for the same topic.
If you did (and had more respect for the forum users) you would have found pretty other topics to merge your discussion in.
Glad you're no forum mod.
2pazzi wrote: 27 August 2022, 20:41
iururu wrote: 21 August 2022, 22:48 My titles are none of your business, thank you
While you write on the same forum I do, yes they are.
Very glad indeed.
I'm glad also that your opinion counts zero.
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Sammy McSam
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Re: cheaters

Post by Sammy McSam »

@Ricozoo I suggest you study the Smith–Morra Gambit, it's a very practical (and fun!) choice for white. FMs have played it against me in serious OTB games.
Gambits, however dubious, are very common in online play with short time controls. Accepting such a gambit requires you to know the theory inside out and to play with high accuracy once your memorised lines stop!
..for some reason everyone plays the Benko gambit in online blitz - and it's more dubious than the Morra imo..

There are many dead giveaways a player is cheating that @iururu mentioned. Another giveaway is to look back at their game history and see the incredible difference in the quality of their play.

As @Een said, in the description on BGA:
"competitive modes are disabled due to helper software being easily accessible online for this game; our adaptation should be considered appropriate for initiation and casual play, not for competition."

So if you're not a beginner, use another site! e.g. lichess.org
navaneeth_krishna
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Re: cheaters

Post by navaneeth_krishna »

I have an actual rating of 1500 USCF http://www.uschess.org/msa/MbrDtlMain.php?16239897
So people think I cheat but I dont. Sometimes I come here to have fun.
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ZenVee
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Re: cheaters

Post by ZenVee »

Other than as a fun novelty, people should not be playing chess on BGA. There's just better places to play it. I played like 4 games so far just for kicks.

lichess.org or chess.com, take your pick.

Any other site to play chess on is whack.

source: 2000+ rated USCF player
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