This game is being played under Loser's 960 rules. Click the 'info' tab for more information.1. e3 e6
Clock started on 4/8/20172. Qa6 bxa6 3. Ng3 Qa3 4. bxa3 Nf6 5. Ne4 Nxe4 6. c4 Nxd2+ 7. Bxd2 a5 8. Bxa5 c6 9. Bxd8 Rxd8 10. Ba4 Kc7 11. Bxc6 dxc6 12. Rd1 Rxd1+ 13. Kc2 Rxg1 14. Rxg1 Ba6 15. Rf1 Bxc4 16. h3 Bxa2 17. Rb1 Bxb1+ 18. Kxb1 Rd8 19. e4 Rd5 20. exd5 cxd5 21. a4 f6 22. a5 Nf7 23. a6 Ne5 24. h4 Nf3 25. gxf3 g5 26. hxg5 fxg5 27. f4 gxf4 28. f3 d4 29. Kb2 d3 30. Kc1 d2+ 31. Kxd2 e5 32. Kc3 e4 33. fxe4 f3 34. e5 f2 35. Kd2 f1=R 36. e6 Rf7 37. exf7 h6 38. f8=R h5 39. Rb8 Kxb8 40. Kc3 h4 41. Kb4 h3 42. Kb5 h2 43. Kc6 h1=R 44. Kd7 Rb1 45. Kd8 Rb7 46. axb7 Kxb7
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