When your speed tournaments are completed someday, ideally you could run a longer time-control tournament among a much smaller number of Frc setups, just the most promising (according to criteria like mine above). Then your results should be published on ChessBase.com.
I do not often re-visit this website, but I am interested in any chess960-Frc developments along these lines.
Please feel free to send email to me.
Ray wrote:Please post a proposal. I've always been interested in some smaller scale longer time control work, but have been short of ideas as to what to do.
Ray wrote:... if they don't understand chess960 castling rules then they may not be able to help. I may have to try and figure it out myself.
GeneM wrote:The *only* castling rule difference is the squares that the king a rook start the game on.
Ray wrote:My own lack of knowledge of FRC castling was also holding me back with CQL. I know where the king and rook end up after castling, but I wasn't sure about the range of squares that each could come from to achieve the new positions. What was your script for the above ? Just looking for the "after" position is not good enough, because the king and rook can end up there later in the game through normal moves.
Adam Hair wrote:Here are the correct statistics (thanks to Ed Collins):
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