Originally posted by greenpawn34
There is a match up system, where a players moves are run against a
computer to see how high the percentage is.
This must be done over a period of time and with x amount of games.
It's good but is it sound?
Yes when it is very obvious.
Not too sure if you are investigating a known very very good player.
Thanks for your reply.
My suspicions over the player in question are merely small... maybe I was just simply outplayed, I mean when it comes to playing chess online i'm still a greenhorn..... greenpawn.
I will keep in mind the possibility of running moves against an engine (I'm looking to invest in one, purely for the sake of analysis of course)
If I ever find a suspiciously high match, then I should perhaps forward my findings to the appropriate person, yes?
Thanks once again... it's just something about players being undefeated bugs me lol
I mean in the games, it just seemed to me like he played the BEST move possible EVERY time....
I hope i'm wrong, and he (she?) was just THAT good...