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


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.

  • 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 '20 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 '20 at 8:37

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