This game is being played under Loser's 960 rules. Click the 'info' tab for more information.1. e3 e6
Clock started on 8/8/20182. Qh5 f6 3. Qxh7 Qe7 4. Qxh8 Rxh8 5. e4 Rxh2 6. e5 Rxg2 7. exf6 gxf6 8. Bxg2 b6 9. Rxe6 dxe6 10. Bxa8 Bb7 11. Bxb7 Rc8 12. Bxc8 Qd7 13. Bxd7 Nxd7 14. Rg5 fxg5 15. f4 gxf4 16. Nb3 Nc5 17. Nxc5 bxc5 18. b4 cxb4 19. Ba3 bxa3 20. Nxa3 Ke7 21. Kg1 c5 22. c4 Kd7 23. Nc2 a5 24. Nb4 cxb4 25. a3 bxa3 26. Kh2 Ke7 27. c5 a2 28. Kg1 a1=N 29. Kh2 f3 30. Kh3 f2 31. Kh2 f1=R 32. Kh3 Re1 33. d3 Rb1 34. c6 Rb7 35. cxb7 a4 36. Kg4 a3 37. Kf4 a2 38. Ke5 Kf8 39. Kxe6 Kg8 40. Ke7 Kh7 41. Kf8 Kh6 42. b8=R Nb3 43. Rxb3 a1=N 44. d4 Nxb3 45. Ke7 Nxd4
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