Horde Chess Test Tournament

'Standard' (30 days + 1 day/move, max 45 days)
This game is being played under Horde Chess rules. Click the 'info' tab for more information.
1. d5 e6
Clock started on 1/15/2022
2. d4 exd5 3. cxd5 d6 4. c6 bxc6 5. bxc6 Ne7 6. b5 a6 7. c4 h6 8. e5 axb5 9. axb5 dxe5 10. dxe5 hxg5 11. hxg5 Bxf5 12. gxf5 Nxf5 13. g4 Ne7 14. e4 Ng6 15. e3 Bxa3 16. bxa3 Rxa3 17. d4 Nxc6 18. bxc6 Qa8 19. f5 Nh4 20. e6 Rxa2 21. exf7+ Kxf7 22. bxa2 Qxa2 23. e5 Qxa1 24. c5 Qxc1 25. e6+ Ke7 26. e4 Nxf3 27. gxf3 Qxd1 28. e5 Qxd4 29. d6+ Ke8 30. f6 gxf6 31. gxf6 cxd6 32. c7 Qxc5 33. exd6 Kf8 34. c8=Q+ Qxc8 35. d7 Qa8 36. g5 Qb8 37. g6 Qd8 38. e7+ Qxe7 39. fxe7+ Kxe7 40. f4 Kxd7 41. f5 Ke7 42. e3 Rxh3 43. e4 Kf6 44. f4 Rf3 45. g3 Rxf1 46. e5+ Kg7 47. h4 Rxh1 48. c4 Rh3 49. c5 Rxg3 50. h5 Rxb3 51. f6+ Kg8 52. f7+ Kf8 53. h6 Rh3 54. h7
White win

White starts with 36 pawns (The Pawns), Black starts with the standard array (The Pieces).

The movement of pieces are the same as in Standard Chess, with the exception that a pawn on the first rank may move two squares.

White wins by conventionally checking the black king, Black wins by capturing all White's pawns (including promoted pawns).


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