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I wrote an answer to the question Why doesn't Lichess' Stockfish suggest this bishop sacrifice? where I offered a different perspective on how to interpret the output of an engine when the advantage is too big. It was removed for some reason

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It was flagged for not being an answer. If you feel strongly then post it as a comment on the main question but don't post comments as answers.

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  • What I find odd is that, had I written a twenty-line answer that said the exact same thing but with fancier wording, it would have probably stayed – David Jun 5 at 7:35
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    I disagree that it's not an answer. It answers the question very directly: SF doesn't suggest the sacrifice because everything else wins more (because everything wins). – Remellion Jun 5 at 8:37

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