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goal:your goal is to checkmate the enemy
special:after first 5 moves the board changes
AND WE CONTINUE THE GAME WITHOUT CHANGING THE BOARD
what do you mean
I do not understand
that's an impossible setup you got on the white's right corner
the bishop cannot stand there if the g-pawn didn't move
A W E SOME!!!
I think I understand. Let me repeat it back to you, and you can tell me if I am getting it right, OK?
So for example if we started out with the following sequence of moves:
Then it would result in this position, and play would continue as shown. (Note that in this case because it's the Ruy Lopez, the board color has also changed to something more depressing.)
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