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  1. Standard member GalaKev
    Borderer
    18 Mar '09 22:26
    I can easily make a conditional move, I can see how that works.

    But no games mentioned as it's ongoing. Can I make 2 conditional moves as checkmate will be in then?

    If not fair enough, if I can how?
  2. Standard member zozozozo
    Thread Killing Chimp
    20 Mar '09 12:05
    Originally posted by GalaKev
    I can easily make a conditional move, I can see how that works.

    But no games mentioned as it's ongoing. Can I make 2 conditional moves as checkmate will be in then?

    If not fair enough, if I can how?
    Ive very little knowledge about these conditional moves since i dont use it.
    But i think it is possible to make more moves after eachother right?
    Then if a move results in a checkmate, i think it would work the same as a normal move, then the 'system' will calculate that, conclude u checkmated and give you the win.
    If it breaks or something you can always send feedback to correct it.
    Or is that not what u asked?

    (dont forget the consultation games )
  3. 20 Mar '09 12:54
    Originally posted by GalaKev
    I can easily make a conditional move, I can see how that works.

    But no games mentioned as it's ongoing. Can I make 2 conditional moves as checkmate will be in then?

    If not fair enough, if I can how?
    Check resulting in a mate is possible with conditional moves, I've done it, and it works.

    I't quite intuitive. Just do your moves and if your conditional move turns into a mate, then you win.
  4. 20 Mar '09 15:18
    Does that take some of the joy out of making the fatal move by your own hand (mouse)? Can "resign" be a conditional move?
  5. Standard member MCA
    TokerSmurf
    20 Mar '09 17:29
    i dont think resign is an option but accept draw is
  6. Standard member GalaKev
    Borderer
    21 Mar '09 10:07
    Just seen where I was going wrong, just seen the deep mode. I was just using the quick mode.

    But its more satisfying moving the piece yourself to make a mate.