Any chess enthusiasts contributing to this project? Seems that you need an RTX series GPU to be truly effective in contributing due to tensor cores. http://lczero.org/ Wikipedia - "Leela Chess Zero (abbreviated as LCZero, lc0) is a free, open-source, and neural network-based chess engine and distributed computing project. Development has been spearheaded by programmer Gary Linscott, who is also a developer for the Stockfish chess engine. Leela Chess Zero was adapted from the Leela Zero Go engine, which in turn was based on Google's AlphaGo Zero project, also to verify the methods in the AlphaZero paper as applied to the game of chess. Like Leela Zero and AlphaGo Zero, Leela Chess Zero starts with no intrinsic chess-specific knowledge other than the basic rules of the game. Leela Chess Zero then learns how to play chess by reinforcement learning from repeated self-play, using a distributed computing network coordinated at the Leela Chess Zero website. As of August 2019, Leela Chess Zero had played over 232 million games against itself, and is capable of play at a level that is comparable with Stockfish, the leading conventional chess program."