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1 There are many dozens of different openings and hundreds of namedvariants in the game of chess Players are trying to gain the upper handas White and equalize as Black or to create dynamic imbalances playersgenerally devote a lot of attention in the opening to developing therepieces to useful squares where they will have impact on the rest of thegame controlling the center of the board protecting your king andpreventing weak pawn structure The phase sets up the rest of the gameso having a useless set of opening in your repertoire will do little forprogressing your chess knowledge So I chose this topic to helpdetermine if there was any significantly difference in amount gameswonlost or drawn to decide if further testing is warranted So playerscould add a few frequently used chess opening in which if they werewhite would be more effective or vice versa as blackI going to conduct this study by taking the results from online gamesplayed by expert chess players using the chess player scoring systemin which one of the twenty most frequently use chess opening wasdetermined to have occurred using the official ECO codes that signal anopening Then I will use this data to conduct an ANOVA test this datawill provide results that will conclude either a difference in theamount games won to whiteblack or draw if nobody wins White BlackDraw5034136521915672651773933955747126504010247181035643956047965747126WhiteBlackDraw5219156503413660479656439567448250401026446815736754718103393395Fig1 Chess Dataset This data set consists of data from twenty of themost frequently used opening in chess The dataset came from 21293different games Only games wherein both players had obtained ratings ofgreater than or equal to 2400 Elo were included Games qualifying forinclusion if they contained moves sufficient enough to achieve an ECOcode as an Opening descriptor and no forfeitures counted so they couldnot influence the tallies Game data was obtained from Internet at HYPERLINK httpwwwtincanbookscomOpeningStatshtm httpwwwtincanbookscomOpeningStatshtm 3 I am concerned with the frequency of a WhiteBlack player to winlose or draw a chess games while
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