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This is the fastest stalemate known to chess. I found it here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abB2_Em3Ixo
I didn't think it was possible to stalemate in this few moves...I had heard of it but didn't really believe it until I decided to look i up. Obviously you need cooperation from both parties to accoplish this, but still. 10 moves?? Sheeeeeshes!!
Pretty interesting moves here. lol
how would someone discover this stalemate
Haha someone who has a lot of time on there hands lol! Yeah I know Jell-fish they aren't logical moves, they are just crazy moves to achieve stalemate quickly for the heck of it.
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