Originally posted by SiebrenOh I forgot,.... it is whites move offcourse,....
My first composed chessproblem on rhp
Is this position legal, and why is or isn't it.
[fen]rkb2b2/1pnppp1p/6p1/8/7B/2P1Pn2/1P1PP2P/1N1QKBNR w - - 0 1[/fen]
please also tell me what you think about it, hard, easy, fun, boring, etc.
Originally posted by Peakite100% Correct.
Yes, even with your stipulation of the king having not moved.
The g-pawn can promote by capturing three pieces (not pawns) and the f-pawn needs to capture another.
Queen and rook make two (the rook one of the last two captures - cannot escape from behind the pawns. Captures on f6/h6, g7 and either f8/h8.
Both blacks a and c pawns can promote. White ...[text shortened]... to provide extra pieces (queen, knight or rook will do).
Whites black bishop taken as before.