worst chess positions ever!

  • #1

    There are so many worst positions but what is the worst position you have ever seen?

  • #2

    What does this even mean?

  • #3

    This

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Note: The position is legal

  • #4

    no its not legal, the move before white would have had no move...

  • #5

    of course



  • #6

    I think this position is worse:

  • #7
    LoekBergman wrote:

    I think this position is worse:

     

    In a similar vein:



  • #8

    Never had so many queens, but close:

    http://www.chess.com/livechess/game?id=412781399

  • #9
    VULPES_VULPES wrote:

    This

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Note: The position is legal

    Illegal. :D

  • #10

    Do Kasparov really blunder the game for a draw?

  • #11
    Scottrf wrote:

    Never had so many queens, but close:

    http://www.chess.com/livechess/game?id=412781399

    lol, your last move was a knight move too, nice :)

  • #12

    @chessnutman: wow, your example is worse, because it was a real game performed by (one of the) best chess player(s) ever!

    @Scottrf: lol, completely agree with wafflemaster!

  • #13

    Not legal, but...

  • #14
    Owlmoon wrote:
     

    Not legal, but...

    I'm curious. Why did you put a rook on g5? What went through your mind when you did that?

  • #15

    Didn't notice.

  • #16
    nyLsel wrote:

    Do Kasparov really blunder the game for a draw?

    The lesson to take from this is no matter how good you get, you can still try for a draw even if things are hopeless. I've gotten lucky against an opponent under time pressure in the endgame (and I've been the unlucky one plenty times too).

  • #17

    Quote 13 ..... that is all i am going to say.

  • #18
  • #19

    How's this for a bad position for white?

  • #20

    It's kind of interesting because I see people who do that kind of opening

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