Feb 21, 2006

SAFE PROGRESSIVE CHESS

Standard progressive, but mate may not be given except against a bared king.

. . . . . . . .     |  1. Nf3
. p k . . p . p     |  2. Nc6 d5
. . . . . . . .     |  3. Ne5:c6:d8
. . . . . . . .     |  4. Be5:c2:d1 R:d8
. B . . . . . .     |  5. e4:d5 d6:c7:d8Q+
O . . O . . . .     |  6. K:d8 Be2:f1:g2:h1f3
. . . . . O . N     |  7. h456:7:h8Q:g8:f8+
. . . . K . . .     |  8. Kc7 a543:b2:a1Qh8:f8
____________________'  9. Ba3:e7:f8b4 a3 d3 Nd2:f3h2
                      10. resigns


In this variant, both players can focus on destroying the enemy army without concerning against premature mates (I'm not saying this is better, just that is different).

2 comments:

Yehuda said...

I don't comment on your blog often, but I do enjoy it. Keep it up.

Where do you come up with these ideas?

Yehuda

sLx said...

Most of these games came from email correspondence between me and Bill Taylor. We play and test a lot with new mutators and variants.

Herein, I'm trying to gather the relevant information collected in previous years so people may take advantage of it, play and create new games.

Cheers,

João Neto