1. Joined
    05 Jun '06
    Moves
    1772
    26 Jan '07 04:47
    when the king has only 1 move to make it should happen automaticly
  2. Standard membercelticcountry
    Copyright ©2001-2006
    Eastbourne
    Joined
    20 Sep '04
    Moves
    16434
    26 Jan '07 07:07
    Originally posted by hakaman
    when the king has only 1 move to make it should happen automaticly
    This could be tricky.

    Say , for example.On yor first move(white) , you move your kings pawn 2 squares 1) d2-d4.

    Then your opponent moves. 1)........d7-d5

    Now , your king has only one legal move.You want this to be moved automatically? If this would happen, black would be force to mirror the move also.

    A nice variation of chess I suppose.

    Another example.

    You might plan ahead in a game...ahh , I cant think of other examples.But they lurk .
  3. Joined
    11 Nov '05
    Moves
    43938
    26 Jan '07 08:33
    Originally posted by hakaman
    when the king has only 1 move to make it should happen automaticly
    What you write is not the same as what you ment it to be. But if I understand you correctly you mean: "When there is only one move for the opponent, the move should be done automatically".

    Well, I still oppose to the proposition, there are always a chioses for the opponent.

    (1) He can move immediately.
    (2) He can wait to tomorrow or later to move.
    (3) He can resign.
    (4) He want to ask for a draw at the same time he moves.
    (5) He wants to give you an in-game comment.
    (6) He don't want to move at all, waiting for a time-out.
    (7) certainly many more chioses...

    He can still do whatever he wants to, when he wants to, of any reason at all. You don't have to like it, he doesn't have to explain his reasons.

    No no, i say no.