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Everybody knows or has experience with someone who copies every move you make in a game. It can be very annoying, but also it can provide beautiful positions. Some of them I present below:
A quick (help)mate:
A quick (self)mate:
A (self)stalemate, with as much as possible pieces:
A double (self)stalemate, with as much as possible pieces:
Not very likely that you would this encounter on one of your games, but maybe you're looking now in a different way to mirrorchess .
More examples are up there ... maybe you could post them?
The last one is funny...
I find these games kind of stupid but for some reason they are fun to flip through.
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