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This puzzle is very hard, so I give you a hint: This position is very unlikely to reach in a real game. Good luck!
oh...the board is flipped
I think the game looked like this. I wonder if there were any blunders
yeah, I'm kidding. Just wanted to prove the position is theoretically possible.
This is too much.
May happen once in human existance...!
Awesome. Thank you.
Sorry for the previous comment.
The game is just bunch of blunders.
Even 5 year kids don't play or make such stupid moves.
Please post it in Fun not in Puzzles.
Thanks for sharing so stupid, an impossible blunder ...!
u don't create a puzzle and flip board.IT's not hard to sort out once u know white is going the wrong way on a one way street---lets see 6 pawns ready to queen,white moved his pawn to 7th rank(rook stays allowing pxr+) -------silliness
Don't you get it? The game has nothing to do with the puzzle. He just wanted to show that the position in the puzzle is possible to achieve in a real game, as some people who see the solution will inevitably ask dumb questions about the legality of the position.
But do even kids like this far far and too too stupidity ...
Realized something was up when the pawns wouldn't move...
As benws pointed out the game is not a question of good moves or number of blunders. It's about the problem position being possible to reach or not. I believe this forum could be places at "fun in chess" as the problem is a joke. But I choose "More puzzles" and I don't think that is wrong here as it indeed is a puzzle. Sorry if you think this was a mistake.
Love fun. Fun is just fun or a joke.
This is a joke and not a puzzle.
Am I right Martin?
I did and the hard part of the puzzle was to realise this. To make it easier I even gave a hint that the position is very unlikely to reach in a real game which means that the pawns moves the other way. If you think this problem is silly I agree
Thank you Martin.
Share wise and hard puzzles and not let go us with silly.
Thank you again.
This puzzle is both a joke and a puzzle. If you think I made an error you can contact staff and they can change place of my forum. I however don't think its wrong to call it a puzzle.
O.K. Martin. Share nice puzzles. Have a nice fun playing Chess.
But one remark is that even if we allow all the kids, young, old, male and female play together and if we record all of them, I don't think such an end game results.
what the #$%^was he playing and how did he win?
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