What is the worst case for the number of moves a player could potentially make on a single board?
That is, if he has a king in the corner, and a knight in the center, he potentially has 4 moves for the knight, and 3 moves for the king (assuming none of these moves put the king king check), for a total of 7 moves to consider.
don't know. I think that to accomplish this you should promote all your pawns to queens, leave all your pieces on the board and remove all the pieces from your opponent except his/her king and maybe a single pawn.
You should have approx. 140-160 moves by estimation, but I am to lazy to figure it out. 😴