Event Chess Game (JustARandomPatzer - rychessmaster1)

Martin0

This is an event chess game between @JustARandomPatzer (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!

JustARandomPatzer

1. e4

rychessmaster1

c6

rychessmaster1

Conditional: Nf3/Nc3 d5 Nf3/Nc3 Bg4 

JustARandomPatzer

2. d4

JustARandomPatzer

If 2... d5, 3. Nc3

rychessmaster1

Ah ok

dxe4

 

rychessmaster1

*after d5 Nc3*

JustARandomPatzer

Nxe4

rychessmaster1

Start event 

JustARandomPatzer

nah

Chessisfunforme

he gets to choose

rychessmaster1
JustARandomPatzer wrote:

nah

-_-

Martin0

Event #115 Piecebuilder

Bishops and knights can move on top of an allied rook with its normal movement. A rook can only have 1 piece on top of it.

A rook without a piece on top can "capture" an allied bishop or knight with its normal movement. The captured bishop/knight will be put on top of the rook.

When a bishop is standing on top of a rook, then the rook and bishop can move together like a rook or bishop (like a queen).

When a knight is standing on top of a rook, then the rook and knight can move together like a rook or knight (like a rook-knight compound).

If the rook becomes captured while a piece is standing on top of it, then the piece on top will also get captured.

As a move, a piece on top of a rook can move off the rook with its normal movement. However the rook can not move without also moving the piece on top.

A rook can be a part of castling, even if it has a piece on top of it. The piece will remain on top of the rook.

Note: A bishop can not move over allied rooks, it must stop on top of the rook.

Example 1:

Whites bishop can not move to d4 to go on top of the white rook (since it needs to move like a bishop when doing so). However, whites rook can move to e4. Rxe4

Now white can either move both the rook and bishop like a queen (like RBa4 or RBc6) or white can move the bishop out of the rook.

Example 2:

White plays Ne1 (so now the knight is on top of the rook).

Now white can either move both the rook and knight like a rook or knight (like RNa1 or RNd3) or white can move the knight out of the rook.

Example 3:

White plays Bxb7

Example 4:

White plays 0-0

rychessmaster1

Soo

 
I will play Nd7

 

JustARandomPatzer

Rxc1

rychessmaster1

Rxc8

JustARandomPatzer

RBe3

rychessmaster1

Ndf6

Lol

JustARandomPatzer

alright, start event.