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    Default Chess Titans has the cheapest AI I've ever seen.

    At the maximum difficulty setting, as soon as you get an advantage of eight to ten points, it will go to any lengths and look for a stalemate.
    *shakes an angry fist*

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    how is that cheap?! That's smart...ahaha. Stalemate > losing


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    Quote Originally Posted by deuce22 View Post
    how is that cheap?! That's smart...ahaha. Stalemate > losing
    Eh, it doesn't put up any challenge to defeat me! The AI level is supposed to be at its highest and yet it can't beat me at all. It just concentrates on looking for a draw. That's uncool.

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    but it's at a disadvantage, so winning is going to be hard, so the best option is taking a draw.


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    Quote Originally Posted by deuce22 View Post
    but it's at a disadvantage, so winning is going to be hard, so the best option is taking a draw.
    One would expect that at the highest difficulty level, the AI would try and find a way to reverse the situation. That's what I try to do anyways.
    Ten points isn't a real disadvantage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jyuu View Post
    One would expect that at the highest difficulty level, the AI would try and find a way to reverse the situation. That's what I try to do anyways.
    Ten points isn't a real disadvantage.
    yeah good point, but i mean given if it was real life, if the opponent doesnt do something that opens himself up, the best option is a draw.


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    The best option is win and it's really disappointing from the highest difficulty level AI to be at 8 points disadvantage so easily.

 

 

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