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Natanael Machado wrote on 2015-02-24 UTCAverage ★★★

primeiro, não é possível o maharaja ganhar nesse jogo, há muitas provas disso, e vou provar usando 3:

1º)b8-c6, g8-f6, d7-d5, e7-e5, f8-d6, 0-0, c6-d4, c7-c5, b7-b5, a7-a5, c8-b7, f6-e4, f7-f5, d6-c7, a8-a6, f8-f6, f6-h6, a6-g6, d8-h4, h4-h1, g6-g3, h6-h2#

2º)d7-d5, b8-c6, d8-d6, e7-e5, g8-f6, a7-a5, a8-a6, a6-b6, c8-g4, e5-e4, d6-e5, f8-e7, 0-0, b6-b2, f8-a8, a8-a6, a6-b6, b6-b3, h7-h5, g7-g5, f6-h7, e5-d4
se o maharaja vai para a1; b2-b1, b3-b2#
senão: d4-d1#

a terceira prova é conseguir matar o maharaja sem os peões, ou seja, iniciar sem eles, coloque os cavalos em c3 e f3, e os bispos em d4 e e4, e deixe os cavalos e bispos imoveis nestas posições até o fim do jogo, as torres em a8 e b6, o rei em h8 e a dama em h7, se o maharajah impedir a passagem do rei na coluna g, mova a dama em h7, g7 e f7 para proteger o rei, leve o rei com segurança para proteger as casas onde os bispos não alcançam, d6, e6, c7, d7, e7, f7, va empurrando o maharaja com a dama, até h4, sendo protegida pelo cavalo, nesse caso o rei deve proteger g8, se o maharaja fica em g2 ou c4, mova as torres protegendo g4, agora o maharaja tem 3 casas b2, c1 e f1, as torres dão o mate, sem os peões da pra dar mate, com os peões mais fácil ainda, eu pensei em deixar o maharajah como withdrawer, ou minotaur, ou a combinação dos dois com Pushme-Pullyu, e o long-leaper, ou o imobilizador...

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