The biggest chess game ever



My first chess video. It’s two Stockfish 14 chess AI engines playing each other on a chess board that is infinitely expanding outwards, initializing the squares at the edges with middlegames from 30,000 grandmaster games including from Carlsen, Fischer, Kasparov, Spassky, Tal, Karpov, and so on.

I love chess, always have, but chose to stop playing it myself early on when I became passionate about building AI systems, and instead became a fan of watching the game and the humans who play it.

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22 comments

  1. My first chess video. It's two Stockfish 14 chess AI engines playing each other on a chess board that is infinitely expanding outwards, initializing the squares at the edges with middlegames from 30,000 grandmaster games including from Carlsen, Fischer, Kasparov, Spassky, Tal, Karpov, and so on.

    I love chess, always have, but chose to stop playing it myself early on when I became passionate about building AI systems, and instead became a fan of watching the game and the humans who play it.

    If these videos are interesting to folks, I'll be happy to occasionally make more.

  2. It would be like the game of life if we all started equally. But, alas, that's not the case. Some pieces enter mid game a losing one, some have almost a secure win when they enter.

  3. Super interesting but probably the cringiest thing I've ever seen from Lex and he says some pretty cringy things. I'm a fan but this cheese fest made me throw up in my mouth a little. So cringe 😬

  4. But what about pawn promotion? On an infinite board pawn promotion would not occur and would drastically change the game. IMO

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