44 ( +1 | -1 ) a way to cheat?What if someone challenged 2 high rated players to 2 games,playing as white in one and as black in the other,wated until the high rated player playing white made his first move,and the played that move against the other hrp,continuing in this matter until the end of both games,and so giving his rating a boost,since his rating would only go down a little for the loss,but would go up quite a bit for the win.
32 ( +1 | -1 ) assumptionthere is not only ONE perfect move ... so its just about guaranteed both games would NEVER be played with the same responses ... one person might be more agressive than the other and in the same situation attack when the other will defend , hence the move lines change .
39 ( +1 | -1 ) no,you didn't get it.maybe this will explain.cheater challenges two hrp(High Rated Players).The cheater plays as white in one game and black in the other.The hrp playing white plays 1.e4. the cheater plays 1.e4 against the hrp playing black,who plays 1.e6,and the cheater plays this move against the high rated player playing black,and so the moves the moves in both games are 1.e4 e6.this program continues till the end of the games.
16 ( +1 | -1 ) ...---...No....you didn't. You thought of it, just like I did while in a tournament duel playing blk/wht against the same player. For the first 4 or 5 moves I thought I was playing myself.
13 ( +1 | -1 ) Oxy moronhow can you NOT be the first to invent something yet still invent it ?
the very definition of the word implies FIRST time
You did not INVENT it , you Thought of it .
17 ( +1 | -1 ) I heard that ....Someone did this against Alekhine and Capablanca. He challenged both to correspondence games, and they ended up playing each other, in effect - without knowing it.
44 ( +1 | -1 ) ActuallyThere is a film on a cruise where a women challenges 2 Grandmasters to a match at the same time with high money stakes if she beats 1 or draws with them. They are in different parts of the ship and no one is allowed to enter the other room.
To be honest the film is rubbish, but the idea is good, I bet it has been done here on numerous occasions. Perhaps it is worth checking your opponents other live games :)
15 ( +1 | -1 ) ...that film......of the woman playing two grandmasters on the cruise ship is based on a novel by Sidney Sheldon...in effect the two GMs end up playing each other,without knowing it....
23 ( +1 | -1 ) Chessalways makes for an exciting action packed film.
Grobs Attack III, the final part of an exciting action pack triology. I guess the film would need an R18 rating because of the amount of pawn it contains.
22 ( +1 | -1 ) The one problem I see...is that you will win one game, but lose the other... does this help you on GK? I imagine that you would gain and lose the same number of rating points, and you would go up a win and a loss, so, I don't see how cheating in this way is an advantage?
9 ( +1 | -1 ) I lose one point for losing to a playerlike brunetti,but I fI won against him I think I would win something like a hundred points.
4 ( +1 | -1 ) Ah... right...Heh... guess that makes sense :)
2 ( +1 | -1 ) hehehe. I'll try it right now! :)