Event Chess Game (Bad_Dobby_Fischer - rychessmaster1) #6

Martin0

This is an event chess game between @Bad_Dobby_Fischer (white) and @rychessmaster1 (black).

 

Rules:

This game will follow the correspondence rules posted here.

Time Control: 3 days/move

Timeout Warnings: 24 hours to make a move after a warning. Maximum 3 warnings. Refreshes every 40th move

Vacation Time: 14 days. Refreshes every 40th move.

Game starts like a normal chess game with 2 additional rules:

  1. Each player may once/game start an event during his turn before making a move (Just say "start event").
  2. A player may not capture more than 2 pieces that are not pawns before starting an event (This is to make sure both players need to start an event).

Note that each player starting one event means a game will become a combination of 2 events.

 

When an event starts it will be chosen randomly from over 100 events and consists of some sort of rule changes to the game. More about event chess can be read here.

 

Good luck!

rychessmaster1

Gl dobby!

Bad_Dobby_Fischer

thanks

e4

rychessmaster1

Start event. Never found a reason to wait

Martin0

Event #78 Commanding Voice

Only pieces standing within 3 squares from an allied king can move. Castling can still be made as normal.

A king can move on top of an allied rook with its normal movement. The king can also move off an allied rook with its normal movement. Rooks with a king on top of them can not move,

When a king is standing on top of an allied rook, pieces in the same army can move regardless of their distance to the king.

The blue squares indicate the squares that are within 3 squares from the white king. If white has pieces that are not on those squares, then those pieces can not move.

Example 1:

Whites pieces on a2 and a1 are not within 3 squares from whites king and can not move. Blacks pieces on a7 and a8 are not within 3 squares of blacks king and can not move.

Example 2:

Blacks pieces on a7, a8, b7 and c8 are not within 3 squares of blacks king and can not move. Black plays Kf8 (moves his king on top of his rook).

Since blacks king is now on top of his rook, all blacks pieces can now move (All except the rook that the king is standing on). White can not move his pieces on a1, a2 or c6, although he can play 0-0-0.

Example 3:

Whites rook can not move, so black is not in check. Black can not move his rook under his king, but he can move his king off the rook. Black plays Kf8

Example 4:

Black has no legal moves. Game ends in stalemate.

rychessmaster1

Alright, this seems fun. e5

Bad_Dobby_Fischer

Yeah this will be interesting

Nf3

Bad_Dobby_Fischer
rychessmaster1 wrote:

Start event. Never found a reason to wait

There are multiple reasons to wait

rychessmaster1

Nc6

Bad_Dobby_Fischer

Nc3

rychessmaster1

Nf6

Bad_Dobby_Fischer

 

rychessmaster1

This probably doesn't work here, BUT LETS GO

Nxe4

Bad_Dobby_Fischer

Nxe4

rychessmaster1

d5

rychessmaster1

I think you had only one refuting try and that wasn’t it

Bad_Dobby_Fischer

start event

rychessmaster1

Martin?

Martin0

I will start the event tomorrow.

rychessmaster1
Martin0 wrote:

I will start the event tomorrow.

Aight