Event Chess Game (HorribleTomato - rychessmaster1)

Martin0

This is an event chess game between @HorribleTomato and @rychessmaster1.

 

Game rules:

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.

Other rules of this game are identical with rules of classical chess.

 

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.

 

@HorribleTomato will play white. Good luck!

HorribleTomato

e4 start event

HorribleTomato

Okay start event

Martin0

Event #113 Double Weak Royalty

The queen moves like a king. As long as a player controls both a king and a queen he can not be checked/checkmated and is allowed to leave his king/queen under attack. The king can be captured like any other piece. When a player only have 1 in total of queens/kings combined, then the remaining king/queen can be checked/checkmated.

The queen can castle with a rook in either direction, just like the king. Pawns can promote to kings if the promoting player has no king. Pawns can promote to queens only if the promoting player has no queen.

Note: When a king/queen can not be checked/checkmated (both king and queen is alive). then they can castle while being attacked or when moving over a threatened square.

Example 1:

Black is not in check since whites queen moves like a king.

Example 2:

Black is not in check since he has both a king and a queen.

Example 3:

White plays Kd7#

Whites move is legal since white has both a king and a queen and can therefor leave either (or both) in check. Black on the other hand has only a king and is therefor checkmated.

Example 4:

White can castle either kingside or queenside with his queen (notation Q-Q or Q-Q-Q)

Q-Q

Q-Q-Q

Example 5:

Here white can play 0-0. Since white has both a king and a queen he is allowed to leave his king in check and castle while being threatened or moving over a threatened square. Likewise, white is allowed to play Kxf2.

HorribleTomato

lol double weak? This is better happy.png e4

HorribleTomato

I think he does

Nf3

HorribleTomato

d4

HorribleTomato
Bc4

 

HorribleTomato

Shoot not working

 

Martin0

The royalty is "weak" because either royal piece can get captured. There is a very similar event where checkmating either the king or queen results in checkmate. The same difference as between the variants "dual chess" and "weak dual chess" (variants with 2 kings).

And yes, I made a typo. Fixed it.

I will start the new event tomorrow.

HorribleTomato

Otay.

Martin0

Event #32 Joker

The bishop looses its normal movement. Bishops can move and capture in the same way as any piece the opponent moved during his previous turn. After an enemy bishop is moved the bishop will be able to move the same way as that bishop was able to move. If the opponent moved a pawn, then the bishop can move up to 2 squares forward if it is standing on the first or second rank. The bishop can get captured en passant after moving as a pawn 2 squares forward. The bishop is also able to capture en passant after an enemy pawn or bishop moves 2 squares forward (assuming the enemy bishop moved like a pawn).

Note: The bishop does not inherit special functions, such as promoting on the last rank or being subject to checks. They can not perform castling either.

Note 2: If several pieces move during the same turn, such as castling, then the bishop can move as either piece that moved during the previous turn.

 

Example 1:

No moves has been made yet, so the bishops does not have any legal move. White plays Nf3

White moved a knight during his previous turn, so blacks bishops can move like knights during this turn. Black plays Bg6

Since blacks last move was moving his bishop like a knight, now whites bishop is able to move like a knight. White plays Bg3.

Now black is able to move his bishops like knights. However black plays c5

Now whites bishops can move like pawns, so he could for example play Bg4. However instead white plays 0-0.

Since white moved 2 pieces during his previous turn, now blacks bishops are able to move as either a king or a rook. Black plays Bxg3.

Now whites bishop is able to move as either a king or a rook (same movement as the opponents bishop had). White plays hxg3

Blacks plays Bc6

Example 2:

It is black to move and white moved a pawn during his last move (blacks bishops move like pawns). Black is not allowed to play Kb5, since that makes whites bishop on a5 move like a king and put black in check. Black plays b5

White is not allowed to move his rook, like Ra7, since that would put white into check by the black bishop on e1. White is not allowed to move his knight either since that would put white into check by the bishop on f3. White is not allowed to play Kg2 since that would also put white into check by the bishop on f3. White plays Bxb6

Blacks bishop moves like pawns, but he does not have any legal moves. Since black is not in check the game ends in stalemate.

HorribleTomato

You can use bishop c3

 

HorribleTomato

Nxc3

HorribleTomato

e5

HorribleTomato

Well I'm not making the board.

 

HorribleTomato

Qxa4 you're losing now.

HorribleTomato

...now I'm just going to run out of time somewhere because I thought the queen still moved like a queen.

HolographWars
HorribleTomato wrote:

...now I'm just going to run out of time somewhere because I thought the queen still moved like a queen.

Time Warning

HorribleTomato

MWAHAHAHAAAAAA