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ChessDude009

Prove... that this position cannot be reached from any set of moves.

Simple task, right?

It's actually not so easy.

The first person to do so will get 10 cheers, if their argument is completely valid.

Here's the position:

Proof: This position is actually legal, the pawns moved there from the other side of the board. 

Prince_Usa's Solution:

ROUND 2: Prove that this position CAN be reached from any set of moves.

 

ukrainiandude

it cant be reached cuz white needs to move a pawn to let out his queen

EthanJojy

yes

EthanJojy

It can't be like this

TheAmazingAdi

It does say set of moves so that does mean a few moves maybe right but idk not completely sure

theoof11

this breaks the laws of chess

ChessDude009
theoof11 wrote:

this breaks the laws of chess

Nope

ChessDude009
ukrainiandude wrote:

it cant be reached cuz white needs to move a pawn to let out his queen

What if White's queen could come out another way?

ukrainiandude
ChessDude009 wrote:
ukrainiandude wrote:

it cant be reached cuz white needs to move a pawn to let out his queen

What if White's queen could come out another way?

it could be a promoted pawn, but there are already 8 pawns on the board

theoof11

How? It does not have the power of the kinght.

ZZ0301

Qd0 then go around and capture the pieces

theoof11

there is no 0 on the board.

AunTheKnight

THE BOARD IS FLIPPED

AunTheKnight

ALL THE PAWNS MOVED

AunTheKnight

Everything moved

ZZ0301

use your imaGINATion

ZZ0301

its the theoof11

 

theoof11

This is chess, there is no imagation

theoof11
ZZ0301 wrote:

its the theoof11

 

what do you mean?

AunTheKnight
ukrainiandude wrote:

it cant be reached cuz white needs to move a pawn to let out his queen

White and black moved all their pawns and all their pieces.