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Stallmate Chess. Both players win or both players loose. (8x8, Cells: 64) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
David Paulowich wrote on 2010-08-12 UTC

Samuel Loyd demonstrated a 12-move stalemate in 1906. The following game was played in a junior championship tournament in Sweden.

[Event 'SWE-chJ']
[Site 'Borlange']
[Date '1995.??.??']
[Round '8']
[White 'Upmark, Johan']
[Black 'Johansson, Robin']
[Result '1/2-1/2']
1. c4 h5 
2. h4 a5 
3. Qa4 Ra6 
4. Qxa5 Rah6 
5. Qxc7 f6 
6. Qxd7+ Kf7 
7. Qxb7 Qd3
8. Qxb8 Qh7 
9. Qxc8 Kg6 
10. Qe6     1/2-1/2