Can you lose 2 pieces in one move ?

  • #1

                           I managed to do it ( I play white ):



  • #2

    He should had count pices before, becouse before any move he is ready down on material, as in you have your queen and he doesn't.

    What I don't understand is why each of you have 3 rooks.

  • #3

    961 chess? :)

  • #4

    Yes :) using possibilities chess board and PGN offer ...

  • #5

    This doesn't use castling

  • #6

    Funny, how black pawn goes under the knight ! 

    Again - 2 pieces - i wonder how 3 pieces to be taken - but may be it's impossible .

  • #7

    Castle queenside on move 1? Or that is also 2, I'm not sure how this works...

  • #8

    How did the pawn go through the knight I thought that was against the rules.

  • #9

    Well executed!

  • #10
    MSC157 wrote:

    961 chess? :)

    More like 69 chess... f'ed up backwards and forwards.

  • #11
    ivandh wrote:
    MSC157 wrote:

    961 chess? :)

    More like 69 chess... f'ed up backwards and forwards.

    Hahaha ;)

  • #12
    Sherlock__Holmes wrote:

                           I managed to do it ( I play white ):

     



    Black no Queen in begin.

  • #13
    piphilologist wrote:
     

    This doesn't use castling

    I don't see how this is possible, f5 is impossible with the knight at f6.

  • #14
    brisket wrote:

    How did the pawn go through the knight I thought that was against the rules.

    yes it was. But I think this is just for fun. White made a en passant move by capturing the Knight. :) But that's impossible. 

  • #15
    CaptJackAubrey wrote:
     

    I don't see how this is possible, f5 is impossible with the knight at f6.

    It is always interesting to look at something that is impossible :)

  • #16

    King's gambit - enhanced , finally transposed in Sicilian



  • #17

    Yes you can lose 2 pieces in one move. There is a difference between losing and have them captured. In a move only one piece can be captured. While a piece that can not escape from being captured like the next following move is lost while on the move being made 1 piece is being captured. Capture 1 piece this move  and capture the other piece next move.

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  • #19
    waffllemaster wrote:
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    Too late... I already read it.

  • #20
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