This game is being played under Loser's 960 rules. Click the 'info' tab for more information.1. b3 e5
Clock started on 6/14/20112. Qxe5 Ba3+ 3. Qb2 Bxb2+ 4. Nxb2 f5 5. Nf3 Bxb3 6. cxb3 g5 7. Nxg5 Nf7 8. Nxf7 b5 9. Nxh8 Qxg2 10. Bxg2 Ra8 11. Bxa8 d5 12. Bxd5 c6 13. Bxc6 f4 14. Bxe8 h6 15. Bxb5 a6 16. Bxa6+ Kd7 17. Bc8+ Kxc8 18. f3 h5 19. h4 Kd7 20. O-O-O Kd6 21. e3 fxe3 22. dxe3+ Ke5 23. a4 Kf5 24. a5 Ke5 25. a6 Kf5 26. a7 Ke6 27. b4 Ke5 28. b5 Ke6 29. b6 Ke5 30. b7 Ke6 31. a8=R Kf6 32. b8=R Ke7 33. Nf7 Kxf7 34. Nd3 Ke6 35. Ne5 Kxe5 36. Bf2 Kf5 37. Bg3 Kg6 38. Rd7 Kh6 39. Rh3 Kg6 40. f4 Kf5 41. Rh2 Kg4 42. Rc2 Kxg3 43. Rg7+ Kxh4 44. Rg3 Kxg3 45. e4 Kxf4 46. Rf8+ Kxe4 47. Rf4+ Kxf4 48. Rf2+ Kg5 49. Rf5+ Kxf5 50. Rf8+ Kg4 51. Rf4+ Kxf4
Loser's with random initial position.
1. Game Rules
All rules of Loser's are in place, with the only exception - initial setup is randomly picked using Chess960 rules (also castling works as in Chess960).
2. Tips & Tricks
Beware of locked up pawns because then you have to try and dislodge them in order to lose them.
Not yet written.
3. Example games
Win by being checkmated - sometimes it is possible to force opponent to checkmate
Just one pawn - black remains with just one pawn against white army, but is helpless
Could you suggest some more?
4. Additional info
Links to external sites and other resources welcome