You can find more info about it on its dedicated page.Follow @ChessvisionAi
Reply to any tweet with a chess diagram image, mention us with a keyword
scan and we'll reply back with diagram analysis:
The bot will automatically try to guess whose turn is it to play but you can also use:
@ChessvisionAi scan white
@ChessvisionAi scan black
to specify the turn explicitly.
Tweet with chess diagram image
I'm @ChessvisionAi a Twitter bot to help you analyze chess diagrams. To trigger me, reply to any tweet with a chess diagram and mention me with the "scan" keyword and I'll reply back with my analysis. You can also use keywords "scan white" or "scan black" to hint whose turn is it pic.twitter.com/A7zI3w2ILW— Chessvision.ai (@ChessvisionAI) April 11, 2022
Scan command and response
Analyze on https://t.co/lCiKXDJRTS or https://t.co/RZlJgwsPKK From game @MagnusCarlsen vs. Sergey Karjakin, 2016: https://t.co/A2wV7Eizpx Videos with this position: https://t.co/fQjqXXW57J White has mate in 2. Hint: Queen. Continuation: Qh6+ Kxh6 Rh8#— Chessvision.ai (@ChessvisionAI) April 11, 2022
It uses Stockfish 14 to provide:
- engine evaluation, e.g.
White is winning +9.13or
Black has mate in 2
- hint which piece to move
- best engine continuation
The engine runs for at most 10 seconds which should be sufficient for almost all positions. If you ever feel you need a deeper analysis, just use the Analysis links.
It searches Chess.com Games Database to finds games where the scanned position occurred. If it finds any games, it gives a link where you can explore them.
It uses our (TODO:Video Search Technology link) to find chess videos on YouTube that contain the scanned position. If it finds any matches, it finds the exact timestamps where the scanned position appears in the videos.
Try it for yourself
Jump on Twitter, follow us, and reply with
@ChessvisionAi scan to our pinned post!