This game is being played under Dark Suicide rules. Click the 'info' tab for more information.1. e4 e6
Clock started on 7/11/20182. Ba6 bxa6 3. Qg4 Qf6 4. Qxg7 Bxg7 5. b4 Qxa1 6. Bb2 Qxa2 7. Bxg7 Qxc2 8. Bxh8 Qxd2 9. Nxd2 a5 10. bxa5 Ba6 11. Bg7 Bf1 12. Kxf1 Nc6 13. Bf8 Nxa5 14. e5 Kxf8 15. Ke1 Rb8 16. Nb3 Rxb3 17. Kd2 Rg3 18. fxg3 Nb3 19. Kc3 Nf6 20. exf6 a6 21. Kxb3 a5 22. Kc4 e5 23. Kd5 e4 24. Kxe4 d6 25. Ke5 dxe5 26. Nh3 h5 27. Nf4 exf4 28. gxf4 h4 29. g4 hxg3 30. hxg3 c5 31. Rh6 c4 32. Rg6 fxg6 33. f5 gxf5 34. g4 fxg4 35. f7 Kxf7
This is one of the most bold of the Suicide Variants. The first thing you'll notice when you start a game is that you can only see half the board. This is because you can only see sqares in your "searchlight" (ie squares that your pieces can move to or attack.) The aim is the same as Suicide and Suicide960 (ie to be the first player to lose all of your pieces) and the rules are also the same (the play is like standard chess except that the king is not royal, if you have a legal capture you must make one, and pawns can promote to kings).
In the event of a stalemate (ie the player to move has no legal moves), the player with the fewest pieces left wins; if both players have the same number of pieces, then the game is a draw.
In this game, between guiri1967 and Games Freak we can see that guiri1967 took real advantage of the loose rook, and essentially, won the game with it. This shows the importance of removing the back row pieces as quickly as possible. That problem is also shown here, with the Rook becoming a loose cannon.