Cross platform Lichess Cheat

Posted on Mi 12 August 2015 in Chess • Tagged with Software, Python, Programming, ChessLeave a comment

Edit: Cheat updated on 1.10.2015

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Hello Everyone

Once in a while I like to play Chess on lichess. But sometimes I get beat up tot harshly, such that I want to take some revenge :D. Recently I created a new cheat for lichess. You can find the whole source code on my lichess cheat github repository. If you want to use the cheat, please follow the ...

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Bullet chess challenge :)

Posted on Mo 26 November 2012 in Chess • Tagged with Learning, ChessLeave a comment

I realised once more, that, when I excessively play bullet chess, I tend to stagnate or my performance even goes down the tubes. The reason behind this, I am assuming, the absence of defined goal or when I play without thinking (as far as thinking in bullet chess is the legit word) or other bad behaviour, as listening to music...

Therefore, I will try a little experiment: I play every day not more than 10 bullet games. This is around 20 minutes of playing. But every time I lose, I ...

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Bullet Chess - A silly game?

Posted on Mo 05 November 2012 in Chess • Tagged with ChessLeave a comment

I define bullet chess as games with one minute time for each player. There are plenty of other definitions, but I think my definition refers to the most common one. This article is definitely worth a read and helps to understand my further deliberations: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fast_chess

Well, besides my enthusiasm for IT security, I have always been a bullet chess player with myself worrying adictive feautures. It all began around three or four years ago, when I realised that simply too much people tend to use ...

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