What if each side had 32 pieces to play with? What would be your first move? Here is an example play by Stockfish. Engine used: Stockfish 11 (HCE)
Amazon vs Fairies! In these 2 games we’ll explore 2 Fairy Pieces (Chancellor and Archbishop) and see how they fare against 47 Pawns. A chancellor (also known as rook-knight compound) is a fairy chess piece that can move like a rook or knight. Although it cannot jump over other pieces when moving as a rook,… Continue reading Can 47 Pawns Take Down Fairy Chess Pieces?
Computer Engine Stockfish explains the Immortal Chess Game which was a a chess game played by Adolf Anderssen and Lionel Kieseritzky on 21 June 1851 in London. Follow us here 😀: ✅ Sign up for FREE online play: 💜 Check us out on Twitch: 📸 Follow us on Instagram: 📱 Like us on Facebook: 🎶… Continue reading Stockfish Explains The Immortal Chess Game