33 comments

  1. "Chess isn't complicated enough. Let's double the pieces"
    I already blunder rooks like no tomorrow; Having Six of them? ohno

  2. at first, i thought white had a big advantage, but after the game ended, i realised that white indeed had a huge advantage

  3. It's so obvious. In such cases first move advantage is all about. Hence, if White was to play first then it won, similarly for Black.

  4. captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,captures,

  5. Imagine Hikaru playing out a game of this.

    "Takes takes takes takes takes takes takes takes takes takes takes takes takes takes takes takes takes takes… yeah that's winning."

  6. Game is unclear for the first 20 – 25 moves, but then it slowly starts becoming apparent that whites first move advantage is simply far too significant in this scenario.
    By move 35, black has lost at least 4 trades completely, and has indefensible structure with too many weak points.
    Move 40 -> the end, white slowly encroaches, using mostly forks and checks that cannot be blocked or recaptured, keeping the king in check move after move and assuring that mate is inevitable.

  7. Very useful. I was in this position before, and I was completely confused and blundered one of my 5 queens…

  8. Hi! Congrats on the channel, very cool! What program do you use to create these simulations?

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