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4-Player Bulldog Chess: Bad_Dobby_Fischer and josephyossi - unc07 and McGoohan

  • #41

    what are you talking about??

    do you mean Bishop (it's a capital "B", first of all) to L14? i14 is illegal

  • #42

    @josephyossi, did you mean Bl14? (small L)

  • #43

    oh yeah

  • #44
    1. i4 d6 Nj14 Wn10
    2. Bxa10 Kxa10 Bl14  

    null

  • #45

    Ql9

  • #46

    Qi2+

  • #47
    1. i4 d6 Nj14 Wn10
    2. Bxa10 Kxa10 Bl14 Ql9
    3. Qi2+      

    null

  • #48

    nj3

  • #49
    unc07 wrote:

    nj3

    don't give me hints!

  • #50

    It is your move @unc07. Nj3 is an illegal move for blue.

  • #51

    U are checked. 

  • #52

    qb9

  • #53

    h14

  • #54
    1. i4 d6 Nj14 Wn10
    2. Bxa10 Kxa10 Bl14 Ql9
    3. Qi2+ Qb9  h14  

    null

  • #55

    Bn9

  • #56

    @McGoohan, Bn9 is not a legal move.

  • #57

    The witch has also the movement of a knight, so the bishop (p7) can move directly through the pawn (o8) and thus come to n9. Or am I wrong and misunderstood the rules for the witch?

  • #58

    The witch has the movement of a knight, yes, but it only gives transparency to pieces adjacent to it. Adjacent = king movement away from it. So your o9, o10 and o11 pawns are transparent to your pieces, but not the o8 pawn.

  • #59

    Thank you for the explanation. Now I get it. (I was afraid about yellow Qxo10, but that is not possible.)

    Qxe2

  • #60

    ouch Dobby!

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