Do I not know the rules??? Chess forum
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Ricardo (Santos) ★ at 2003-01-21
Please have a look at my game http://www.littlegolem.net/jsp/game/game.jsp?gid=22365
I thought it is not aloud to castle when one of the fields between the rook and the king are threatened??? Moi could easily castle in his 8th move. Do I not know the rules or do we here have an error in the program?
ypercube at 2003-01-22
you were right. castling should NOT be allowed there. black move 9 was illegal at this game. I think you should send a message to Richard about this.
David J Bush ★ at 2003-01-22
That is correct; this is a bug in the LG software for chess. Black should not have been allowed to castle queenside in that position. However, it is not strictly correct to say that you may not castle when one of the fields between your King and rook is threatened. I refer you to this rules page:
where it says: "...the King may not castle out of check, into check, or through check."
So, for example, if the square b8 were threatened by an enemy piece, instead of d8, Black could still legally castle queenside. The King would move from e8 to c8. It also does not matter if the rook is under attack prior to the castling move.
Richard Malaschitz ★ at 2003-01-23
Sorry for it. I had bug in software. It is all right now.
Ricardo (Santos) ★ at 2003-01-24
Thank you all, Richard, David and cube in yperspace! OK, now I know the rules more exactly :) But, according to Moi the bug is still not fixed. He is still able to do the forbidden move. Although this time he didn’t.
Richard Malaschitz ★ at 2003-01-26
Yes, there was next bug in software. It is all right now.
Andres Villasante at 2003-12-09
Ref: 2003-10-20 Connectivity Enquire
Black player White player
Slovakia 2133 Puerto Rico 2109
Garf Kalpik Josef Louis Villafan
Start time: 2003-09-19 13:12
Finish time: 2003-11-11 09:02
Result: 2 : 0
List of moves TXT <>
1. e4 d5 2. e5 c5 3. d4 cxd4 4. c3 dxc3 5. Nxc3 d4 6. Nb5 Nc6 7. Nf3 a6 8. Nbxd4 Nxe5 9. Nxe5 Qa5 10. Bd2 Qxe5 11. Ne2 Qxb2 12. Nc3 Nf6 13. Rb1 Qa3 14. Bd3 Qd6 15. Qc2 Be6 16. Rxb7 Qc6 17. Qa4 Qxa4 18. Nxa4 Bd5 19. Rb2 Bxg2 20. Rg1 Bc6 21. Nc5 Bb5 22. Bxb5 axb5 23. Rxb5 e6 24. a4 Nd5 25. Rg4 g6 26. Rc4 Bxc5 27. Rcxc5 Kd7 28. Rb7 Kd6 29. Rc4 f6 30. f4 Rab8 31. Bb4 Nxb4 32. Rbxb4 Rxb4 33. Rxb4 Ra8 34. Kf2 Ra5 35. Rd4 Rd5 36. Rb4 Rd2 37. Kg3 Rd3 38. Kf2 Kd5 39. Rb7 Ke4 40. Rxh7 Kxf4 41. Rh4 Kf5 42. Rb4 e5 43. h4 Ra3 44. Ke2 e4 45. Kd2 Ke5 46. Kd1 f5 47. Kd2 f4 48. Rb5 Ke6 49. Rb4 Kf5 50. Rb5 Kg4 51. Rg5 Kxh4 52. Rxg6 f3 53. Rh6 Kg5 54. Re6 Rd3 55. ???
Games do not win themselves.
In this game the vacation time never was applied to it..the reader will have appreciated that all that technique offers is the; [Do we have any problem with time?]... that, that..., the reader should notice that in some position will have appreciated that all that technique offers is the information that there are possibilites. What the possibilities are must be worked out imaginatively, or laboriously with a counting of fingers,and possibly, an abacus or/and maybe use during the 21 days vacation time. (It has never been decided whether there were an option for me resign/draw/vacation or any consious or unconsious act or any intentions for this action to take place); it has never been decided thru my email notification or any choices of options to decided whether there is a penalty on a a chess player <
One of the great advantages of chess technique is that when you begin to see it, you can begin to apply more of your effort toward analyzing and preparing for situations realistically.
Please I request an a RETR0-Investigation of circumstances that force this outcome, and/or explain “WHY” the 21 days wasn’t applied to this time event.
Josef Louis Villafan