This game is being played under Upside Down Chess rules. Click the 'info' tab for more information.1. Nf6 Nc3
Clock started on 6/6/20172. Nc6 Nb5 3. Ne4 b1=Q 4. g8=Q Ba3 5. Bh6 c1=Q 6. b8=Q Qxe4 7. Qxb5 Qcxc6 8. Qxc6 Qxc6 9. Bxd2+ Qxd2 10. Rb8 Nf3 11. Bb7 Qcxd7+ 12. Qxd7 Qxd7+ 13. Kxd7 Rd1+ 14. Ke8 Bxe7 15. Kxe7 a1=Q 16. Bxf3 Qe5+ 17. Kf8 Qxc7 18. a8=Q Qd6+ 19. Kg7 g1=Q+ 20. Bg2 Bxg2 21. Qa5+ Kf1 22. Qg5 Bd5 23. Qd8 Qxd8 24. Rhxd8 Qxg5+ 25. Kf8 Qh6+ 26. Ke8 e1=Q+ 27. Kd7 Qc6#
Whites pawns are on the seventh (!) or opposing rank, with pieces in FRONT of them in the 8th rank. On the other side blacks pawns are in rank 2 and pieces in rank 1. So you must first move a knight in order to advance a pawn one move forward, to promote it to whatever you wish.
Watch out for smothered mate traps with knights! Openings can otherwise be a bit clumsy but Queens are also easy to come by and don't forget which direction pawns are moving and capturing! Castling is not permitted. Play to checkmate.