October, 22 2019.
Goi The Oak 2nd draft
The new update is ready. Main lines for Ruy Lopez, Giuoco Piano and the Nimzo-Indian Defence have been revisited and corrected by IM Sergio Duran Vega and me. The book now has 36.247.359 positions.
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Job opportunity: I am searching for international masters or grand masters with computer chess analysis skill to work together on this book. He/She will work from the move number #1 up to the move number #11, both for White and Black. He/She will colour and mark the moves depending by their evaluation and their classification in chess theory. I pay $30-$50 for each line. For more detail write me in the Contacts section. IMPORTANT: I only accept certified FIDE IMs and GMs. Don't even write me if not in posses of such requirements.
The Ruy Lopez (aka the Spanish Opening) classical position:
The Giuoco Piano (aka the Italian Game) classical position:
The Nimzo-Indian Defense classical position:
September, 1 2019: Goi The Oak enters in the preordering phase.
The actual prototype of Goi The Oak is in CTG format, it has 36.247.003 positions and it's sized 2.59 GB. You can preorder the book for $15 and get the actual draft. Please notice that Goi The Oak now is only a draft, hence with possible errors and incomplete. The preorderers are betatesters and if you get it now you should write me back explicating the evencutal theorical errors you have found.
This book is not for competitions because it was designed only for studying purposes.
Goi The Oak
Size: 2.59 GB
- ! = Good move
- !? = Interesting move
- ?! = Dubious move
- ? = Mistake
See here for the complete list.
- Green = adviced move
- Black = accepted move
- Red = move to avoid
Just like a very old oak it will have a very solid and big base with big main branches made by millions games but the base of the tree trunk won't be so tall. In other words you will have the solidity of an opening book with the best choices for all the openings but the plies will reach only up to the 20th move, since the human mind cannot store a very large amount of variants.
The moves will be weighted and marked by me with the Fritz and Chessbase functions, taking inspirations by othe notorious books and databases, like HiarcsBook and Chessbase MegaDatabase.
The most interesting part is the archive with which I plan to make this book: I will use the largest database I've ever had, with dozens of millions games, everything I can grab from the Internet. 17-05-19 Update: the database has been enriched by all the games played by Lc0 that I could find.
The Oak will be made approximately by:
- - 10%: > 2500 human players games
- - 90%: machines games
Format: CTG (Fritz, Chessbase).