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The A.R.B Chess System v The Hippopotamus Defence - Differences

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The A.R.B Chess System v The Hippopotamus Defence – Differences.

Hi...

Below I will show the Differences between the The A.R.B Chess System...
and The Hippopotamus Defence...there are many!

(The A.R.B Chess System)                                                      
(1) Is a System Based on Rules.

(The Hippopotamus Defence)                                    
Is an Opening.

(The A.R.B Chess System)  
(2) Always Starts with the Two Centre Pawns                          
E7-E6 then D7-D6 Unless Stopped by White?                          
Then the Next Pawn in the System is Played.                            

(The Hippopotamus Defence)    
Starts with Other Pawns?
There are No Records of the Hippopotamus
Defence Starting with  E7-E6 then D7-D6.

(The A.R.B Chess System)    
(3) Has a Main set of Moves for Any Opening                            
Played by White that is Solid.

(The Hippopotamus Defence)    
Plays an Unsound Main Set of Moves?.

(The A.R.B Chess System)  
(4) Castling is Not! part of the System Unless                            
For a Big Positional + or Forced!                                                

(The Hippopotamus Defence)    
Normally Castles into a Dangerous !
Position Because of a Bad Pawn Structure?

(The A.R.B Chess System)  
(5) The A.R.B Chess System does Not allow                              
White to Dominate!

(The Hippopotamus Defence)  
Black is Always being Dominated?

(The A.R.B Chess System)  
(6) The Pawn Structure is the Most Important                        
Thing! Other than the King Not being Mated.                        

(The Hippopotamus Defence)
The Pawn Structure is Not Coordinated or
Related to the Pieces?

(The A.R.B Chess System)  
(7) Important!! The Values of the Pieces...
King Value = Greater Than All Other  Pieces.                          
Queen Value = 9                                                                          
Rook Value = 4.5                                                                          
Bishop Value = 3.5                                                                      
Knight Value = 3.5                                                                      
Pawn Value = 1.5                                                                        

(The Hippopotamus Defence)
King Value = Greater Than All Other  Pieces.
Queen Value = 9
Rook Value = 5
Bishop Value = 3.1
Knight Value = 3
Pawn Value = 1

Explanation For The (A.R.B.C.S) Values.
The Rooks can be used as Sacrificial Pieces because the Pawn structure that develops weakens them...and of course if the reason is Good any Piece.
The Pawns are the Soul of the System!...Important the Value used 1.5 Does not Mean for Sure that Two Pawns will be Given up for a Bishop or Knight Etc. Because ( The Pawn Structure is the Most Important Thing! Other than the King Not being Mated.) Computers would find this Difficult to Totally Understand! ? Because the Pawn Structure is a Long term Important Condition..Not just for a Quick Buck!

(The A.R.B Chess System)  
(8) The A.R.B Chess System Evolved from Strong                  
Chess Computers showing the Way to Play!                          

(The Hippopotamus Defence)  
The Hippopotamus Defence is an Old
Opening Defence Before Brute force Tactics!

(The A.R.B Chess System)  
(9) Computers do Not! Destroy the (A.R.B.C.S) .                  

(The Hippopotamus Defence)  
Computers Destroy the (HIPPO) Defence.

(The A.R.B Chess System)
(10) The Main (A.R.B.C.S) Opening line...                              
1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3. Nf3 h6 4. Nc3 a6 5. Bd3 g6                          
6. O-O b6 7. Be3 Bg7 8. Qd2 Bb7 9. d5 e5

(The Hippopotamus Defence)  
The Main (HIPPO) Defence Opening Line...
1. e4 Nh6 2. d4 g6 3. c4 f6

Completely Different!.............................................................................................

(The A.R.B Chess System)
No Official Chess Data Base has the                                        
Main (A.R.B.C.S) Opening line! :)                                          

(The Hippopotamus Defence)  
Most Official Chess Data Base's have the
Main (HIPPO) Defence Opening Line.

(The A.R.B Chess System)
(11) The (A.R.B.C.S) Opening is Balanced!                              
Strengths on Both Sides of the Board.

(The Hippopotamus Defence)
The (HIPPO) Defence is Unbalanced?

There are More Differences between the Two! a Book is a Better way to Describe
Everything which may be a Project I will take on later?
One thing for Sure there will be more Example Games from Me showing The A.R.B Chess System
against the Strongest Chess Programs rated at 3000+ ELO (2013) :)


Example Games:

The Hippopotamus Defence.

Event "Sochi"]
[Site "Sochi"]
[Date "1964.??.??"]
[EventDate "?"]
[Round "?"]
[Result "1-0"]
[White "Boris Spassky"]
[Black "Maximilian Ujtelky"]
[ECO "B06"]
[WhiteElo "?"]
[BlackElo "?"]
[PlyCount "49"]

1. e4 g6 2. d4 Bg7 3. Nc3 a6 4. Nf3 d6 5. Bc4 e6 6. Bg5 Ne7
7. a4 h6 8. Be3 b6 9. O-O Nd7 10. Re1 O-O 11. Qd2 Kh7 12. Rad1
Bb7 13. Qe2 Qc8 14. Bf4 Rd8 15. h4 Nf8 16. Bb3 f6 17. Nb1 e5
18. Bc1 Ne6 19. c3 Rf8 20. Na3 f5 21. dxe5 dxe5 22. Nxe5 Bxe5
23. exf5 Rxf5 24. Bc2 Rh5 25. Qxh5 1-0

Example Games:

The Hippopotamus Defence.

[Event "Sousse Interzonal,"]
[Site "Sousse (Tunisia)"]
[Date "1967.10.25"]
[EventDate "1967.??.??"]
[Round "8"]
[Result "0-1"]
[White "Laszlo Barczay"]
[Black "Borislav Ivkov"]
[ECO "B06"]
[WhiteElo "?"]
[BlackElo "?"]
[PlyCount "42"]

1.e4 g6 2.d4 Bg7 3.Nf3 d6 4.Bc4 a6 5.O-O e6 6.Bg5 Ne7 7.Qd2 h6
8.Be3 Nd7 9.Nc3 b6 10.Rfe1 Bb7 11.a4 Nf6 12.e5 Nfd5 13.Bf4
Nxc3 14.Qxc3 O-O 15.exd6 cxd6 16.Qa3 Nf5 17.c3 Bxf3 18.gxf3 e5
19.Bg3 h5 20.dxe5 dxe5 21.Kh1 Qg5 0-1


Example Games:

The A.R.B Chess System.

[Event "The A.R.B Chess System-Game 01-Analysis Deeper"]
[Date "2013.07.27"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Houdini.Chess Program"]
[White-Elo "3000+"]
[Black "Anthony.R.Brown"]
[Black-Elo "?"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System"]
[Time "60 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "0-1"]

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 {last book move} 3.
Nf3 h6 {Prevents intrusion on g5} 4. Nc3 a6 {Secures b5} 5. Bd3 g6 6. O-O b6 7.
Be3 Bg7 8. Qd2 Bb7 9. d5 {White gets more space} e5 10. a4 Ne7 {
Black should quickly conclude development.} 11. Ne1 g5 12. Bc4 f5 {
Attacks the pawn chain} 13. f3 f4 {Black gains space} 14. Bf2 Ng6 15. Qe2 h5
16. a5 Ke7 17. axb6 cxb6 18. Nd3 b5 19. Bb3 Qc8 {Black plans g4} 20. Rad1 g4
21. Kh1 Bf6 22. Rg1 Nd7 23. Rgf1 Qg8 24. Nb4 Kf7 25. Nc6 {
White can be proud of that piece} Nh4 26. Rg1 Re8 27. Qe1 Qg5 28. Nb1 Reg8 {
Black intends g3} 29. c4 $4 {weakening the position}
(29. Ba2 $142 $14 {would allow White to play on}) 29... g3 $17 30. hxg3 fxg3 31. Be3 Qg4
32. Rf1 (32. fxg4 $4 {materialistic play, which will be punished} hxg4 33. Qxg3 Nf5+ 34.
Qh3 Nxe3 $19 (34... Rxh3+ 35. gxh3 Nxe3 36. Rde1 $16)) 32... Nxf3 33. Rxf3 h4
34. Bf2 h3 (34... gxf2 $6 {is the less attractive alternative} 35. Qxf2 (35.
Rxf2 $4 h3 36. g3 Qxg3 37. Rxf6+ Nxf6 38. Qxg3 Rxg3 $19) 35... Ke8 36. Nc3 $11)
35. Rxg3 hxg2+ 36. Kxg2 Qh3+ 37. Kf3 Rxg3+ 38. Bxg3 Nc5
39. Qh1 Qxh1+ (39...Nxb3 $6 {is clearly worse} 40. Qxh3 Rxh3 41. Kg2 $11) 40. Rxh1 Rxh1
41. Bc2 Bxc6 42. dxc6 b4 43. c7 Rh8 44. Nd2 Rc8 45. Nb3 Rxc7 46. Ke2 (46. Nxc5 {
cannot change what is in store for ?} dxc5 (46... Rxc5 $6 47. Be1 $19) 47. Bf2
Ke6 $19) 46... Na4 47. Na5 Nxb2 48. Be1 Nxc4 (48... Ke6 {
and Black can already relax} 49. Bxb4 Rh7 50. Kd2 $19) 49. Nxc4 (49. Bb3 d5 50.
Bxb4 $19) 49... Rxc4 $17 50. Bd3 $4 {White falls apart} (50. Bb3 d5 51. Bxc4
dxc4 52. Bxb4 $19) 50... Rd4 $19 51. Bf2 (51. Bd2 {
doesn't change the outcome of the game} b3 $19) 51... Rxd3 52. Kxd3 Bd8 53. Kc4
a5 54. Ba7 Bc7 55. Be3 Kg6 56. Kd5 (56. Bc1 $19 {hoping against hope}) 56... b3
57. Bc1 a4 58. Kc4 (58. Ba3 {does not save the day} Bb6 59. Kc4 Bc5 60. Bb2 Bd4
61. Kb4 Bxb2 62. Kxa4 Kg5 63. Kxb3 Bd4 64. Kc4 Kf4 65. Kd3 Kf3 66. Kc2 Kxe4 67.
Kd2 Kf3 68. Kc2 e4 69. Kb3 e3 70. Kb4 Ke4 71. Kb5 Kd5 72. Kb4 e2 73. Kb3 e1=Q
74. Kc2 Bc3 75. Kb3 Qa1 76. Kc2 Qb2+ 77. Kd1 Qd2#)
58... Bb6 59. Kb4 Be3 $1 {it's best to give back material} 60. Bb2 (60. Bxe3 {Deflection from b2} b2)
60... Bd4 61. Ka3 Bxb2+ 62. Kxa4 Kg5 63. Kxb3 Bd4 64. Kc4 (64. Kc2 {
doesn't change anything any more} Kf4 65. Kd3 Ba1 66. Ke2 Kxe4 67. Kd2 d5 68.
Kc2 d4 69. Kd2 Bc3+ 70. Ke2 d3+ 71. Kd1 Kd4 72. Kc1 e4 73. Kb1 e3 74. Ka2 Kc4
75. Ka3 e2 76. Ka2 e1=Q 77. Ka3 Qa1#) 64... Kf4 65. Kd3 Ba1 66. Ke2 Kxe4
67. Kd2 d5 68. Kc2 d4 69. Kb1 (69. Kd1 {is not much help} Bc3 70. Ke2 d3+ 71. Kd1
Kd4 72. Kc1 e4 73. Kd1 e3 74. Kc1 e2 75. Kb1 e1=Q+ 76. Ka2 Kc4 77. Ka3 Qa1#)
69... d3 70. Kc1 Ke3 71. Kd1 e4 (71... d2 $142 $19 {might be the shorter path})
72. Ke1 Kf3 73. Kd1 e3 74. Kc1 Kf2 75. Kb1 e2 76. Kxa1 d2 (76... e1=Q+ 77. Kb2
Qb4+ 78. Ka1 d2 79. Ka2 d1=N 80. Ka1 Qb2#) 77. Kb2 d1=Q 78. Kc3 e1=Q+ 79. Kc4
Qe4+ 80. Kc5 (80. Kb5 {is no salvation} Qb3+ 81. Ka5 Qa8#) 80... Qda4 81. Kb6
Qec6# 0-1
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