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Leela Chess Outrageously Focused Chess from unusual 2 Qe2 vs French defence using direct concepts

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kingscrusher (1 month ago)
Replayable game with indented variations: https://www.chessworld.net/chessclubs/ltpgnviewer32/ltpgnboard.asp?GameID=5023910&v=NY-e2dQL_s4
smashu2 (1 month ago)
the opening for black was just awful what leela did with black in this position did she drew ??
jose raul Capablanca (1 month ago)
A typical KC hack attack from Leela, thanks KC keep up the good work
donk aberg (1 month ago)
why is this retard showing random computer lines? „hiiiäääääää“ sound completely dumb af
George Polzer (1 month ago)
Cave "woman" kc not caveman Leela coming out with h 5, white's d pawn immune, activate h file rock... carnage! Need to learn to think like Leela.
Bernard Finucane (1 month ago)
A crude, brutal crushing attacking game *smiles*
Phen-the Moogle (1 month ago)
This is Leela's quickest win against any engine maybe? lol that was a fast game. Like in the recent other French game kicking the knight off of f6 in the opening gives white an advantage lol These computers really need to re-evaluate their opening prep or Leela is going to continue crushing them xD They keep playing Nf6 too quickly and Leela gets e5 in every time ^_^ I really love this game, 2. Qe2 is pretty cool/creative and works so well with e4-e5, Leela going fishing was hilarious at the start too but it's highly effective in this kind of position haha Leela games are so good to study for improving attacking strength. They feel so practical. Thank you so much for these videos Kingcrusher <3
GM Chess Academy (1 month ago)
Thank you sir
David Aurzada (1 month ago)
Another great Leela video. Your coverage of here attacking wins has been great. Please keep them coming!
ANIKHTOS (1 month ago)
well it had a lot high level play there how many threats where left as threats and the other side simple nto had the time to act on them and once more the same story attack the pawns sacrifice a piece and then kign is open and with no support from hsis pieces for help
Alexandru Popescu (1 month ago)
I don't like when different engines are forced to play from a certain opening position.
Paul Bloemen (1 month ago)
It would be interesting if different engines that are thinking for themselves would develop an opening book of different move sequences that would seem best to them: hopefully they wouldn't come up with only one opening variation. In all these opening lines there should be some only slightly inferior variations, not necessarily leading to defeat of the inferior side. I think it would be a good idea if all these opening lines would then be tried by all the computers, just to deepen everyone's knowledge about proper play. And of course, we would like to know all the refutations of the lemon variations, like we are witnessing right now in some of Leela's games.
Phen-the Moogle (1 month ago)
me either
piyush sharma (1 month ago)
Leela was not in a funny mood. ..else instead of Qg7mate she would have taken the rook on f8, then Rd8 check mate. ... but today she wasn't in mood to have some fun. ..
kamboonseng (1 month ago)
Black got crushed like a grape. How did the H file get opened so easily?
Coos Oorlog (1 month ago)
Yay! The Chigorin French! I play it often because it sidesteps theory and white has a lot of clear ideas how to proceed. I usually end up castling queenside.
Matt Mackay (1 month ago)
Glad you changed the sounds back to what is was before.
Eddie Allen (1 month ago)
"Caveman Leela" 😂😂😂 "Cavewoman Leela" doesn't sound right
ginu1 (1 month ago)
ive been thinking of asking that question myself. so what is the answer?
Tom Gatward (1 month ago)
Do you know of any games where leela plays the London? Would love to see that
Tom Gatward (1 month ago)
Russell Mark (1 month ago)
also thanks kc <3 love the games
Russell Mark (1 month ago)

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