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

Visit Lichess Bot Projects Page for the newest information for this bot! The description and code below will probably not work anymore!


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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Lichess.org chess bot!

Posted on Mi 23 April 2014 in Uncategorized • Tagged with Uncategorized, Programming, ChessLeave a comment

22.05.2014: Updated the bot, should work better now

Hi everyone!

I was in a coding mood during Easter and decided to write a small chess bot with selenium and stockfish engine to cheat a bit on lichess.org.

I think the code is pretty self explanatory and I won't discuss it in depth here. You can tweak the config, the comments should explain what the parameters do.

The config is in the beginning of the code, so modify it there. You should maybe modify it to use ...

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The art of cheating: Making a chess.com chess bot following an unusual approach!

Posted on So 26 Januar 2014 in C • Tagged with C, Chess.com, Cheating, Firefox, Hooking, Chess, Lowlevel, Programming, SecurityLeave a comment

Table of contents

  1. Preface: Giving first insight into the idea and why I think that hooking into a browser is a good idea.
  2. Many different ways to make browser game bots: Discussion various techniques to write HTTP/WebSocket bots
  3. How does chess.com internally look like?: Investigation of the client side behavior of chess.com
  4. How the bot works: Explaining how my shared library hooks firefox network functions
  5. Conclusion: Summary of my discoveries
  6. Demo Video and another, better demo video: You might only watch that video, but make sure you ...
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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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