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There are so many worst positions but what is the worst position you have ever seen?
What does this even mean?
Note: The position is legal
no its not legal, the move before white would have had no move...
I think this position is worse:
In a similar vein:
Never had so many queens, but close:
Do Kasparov really blunder the game for a draw?
lol, your last move was a knight move too, nice :)
@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!
Not legal, but...
I'm curious. Why did you put a rook on g5? What went through your mind when you did that?
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).
Quote 13 ..... that is all i am going to say.
How's this for a bad position for white?
It's kind of interesting because I see people who do that kind of opening
by kingofshedinjas a few minutes ago
5/31/2016 - Jonathan Tejeda, Benedito amador Dom Rep 2001
by ardakaraman 5 minutes ago
Best way to learn openings. . suggestions please
by RadioactiveToys 5 minutes ago
by ylblai2 7 minutes ago
Moderation arbitrary censorship
by Play4YourLife 8 minutes ago
5/14/2016 - Reshevsky - Mecking, Sousse 1967
by dude667 11 minutes ago
Can women be as good at chess?
by FRENCHBASHER 12 minutes ago
by alex2p4o 13 minutes ago
King's Gambit Miniature! 16.Qxf7#
by Musikamole 15 minutes ago
Why do they say "don't premove in the opening"?
by glamdring27 15 minutes ago
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