The A.R.B Chess System - Chess Problem 30-10-2013

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[Event "The A.R.B Chess System - Chess Problem 30-10-2013"]
[Date "2013.10.30"]
[White "Computer-?"]
[Black "Computer-?"]
[Result "*"]
[TimeControl "0+180"]
[Time "180 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[WhiteElo "3000"]
[BlackElo "3000"]
[SetUp "1"]
[FEN "RNBKQBNR/pppppppp/8/8/8/8/PPPPPPPP/rnbkqbnr w - - 0 1"]
[Termination "normal"]

1. Qxf7 Bxg2 2. Nxd7 Nxd2 3. e3 Ne4 4. Bxg7 Nd6 5. Qb3 Nf3 6. Nxe7 Qxf2 7.
c4+ Qc2 8. Kxc7 Qxb3 9. axb3 Nxc8 10. Raxc8 Rxh2 11. Nd5 b6 12. Kb8 Ng5 13.
Be5 Rh1 14. Rcf8 Bd2 15. Rhg8 h6 16. Bc3 Bh3 17. Ne5 Bxc3 18. Nxc3+ Kc2 19.
Rf2+ Kxb3 20. Nb5 Raf1 21. Rd2 Rd1 22. Rgd8 Rxd2 23. Rxd2 a5 24. Nd4+ Ka2
25. b4+ Ka3 26. bxa5 bxa5 27. c5 Rb1+ 28. Ka7 Ne4 29. Rh2 Bf1 30. c6 Nd6
31. Rxh6 Nc8+ 32. Ka8 Bg2 33. Nc4+ Kb4 34. Nd2 Rb2 35. Kb8 Ne7 36. c7 Kc3+
37. N4b3 Bd5 38. Rh7 Nc6+ 39. Kb7 Ne7+ 40. Ka6 Nc8 41. e4 Be6 42. Rh6 Bd7
43. Rh5 Be6 44. Rc5+ Kb4 45. Rxa5 Kc3 46. Rc5+ Kd3 47. Kb7 Nd6+ 48. Kc6 Nc8
49. Rh5 Ke3 50. Rh6 Rc2+ 51. Nc5 Bg4 52. Nb3 Kf4 53. Kb7 Rc3 54. Rg6 Bh3
55. Ne6+ Ke5 56. Nbc5 Kd6 57. e5+ Kd5 58. Nf4+ Kc4 59. Nxh3 Ne7 60. Ng5 Rc2
61. Nd7 Rb2+ 62. Nb6+ Kb5 63. Re6 Ka5 64. Ka7 Rxb6 65. Rxb6 Nc8+ 66. Kb7
Nxb6 67. e6 Nc4 68. e7 Nd6+ 69. Kc6 Nc4 70. c8=Q Kb4 71. e8=Q Na5+ 72. Kd5
Nb3 73. Qc4+ Ka3 74. Qea4+ Kb2 75. Qcxb3+ Kc1 76. Qc2#


[pgn][SetUp "1"]
[FEN "RNBKQBNR/pppppppp/8/8/8/8/PPPPPPPP/rnbkqbnr w - - 0 1"]
[Termination "normal"]

1. Qxf7 Bxg2 2. Nxd7 Nxd2 3. e3 Ne4 4. Bxg7 Nd6 5. Qb3 Nf3 6. Nxe7 Qxf2 7.
c4+ Qc2 8. Kxc7 Qxb3 9. axb3 Nxc8 10. Raxc8 Rxh2 11. Nd5 b6 12. Kb8 Ng5 13.
Be5 Rh1 14. Rcf8 Bd2 15. Rhg8 h6 16. Bc3 Bh3 17. Ne5 Bxc3 18. Nxc3+ Kc2 19.
Rf2+ Kxb3 20. Nb5 Raf1 21. Rd2 Rd1 22. Rgd8 Rxd2 23. Rxd2 a5 24. Nd4+ Ka2
25. b4+ Ka3 26. bxa5 bxa5 27. c5 Rb1+ 28. Ka7 Ne4 29. Rh2 Bf1 30. c6 Nd6
31. Rxh6 Nc8+ 32. Ka8 Bg2 33. Nc4+ Kb4 34. Nd2 Rb2 35. Kb8 Ne7 36. c7 Kc3+
37. N4b3 Bd5 38. Rh7 Nc6+ 39. Kb7 Ne7+ 40. Ka6 Nc8 41. e4 Be6 42. Rh6 Bd7
43. Rh5 Be6 44. Rc5+ Kb4 45. Rxa5 Kc3 46. Rc5+ Kd3 47. Kb7 Nd6+ 48. Kc6 Nc8
49. Rh5 Ke3 50. Rh6 Rc2+ 51. Nc5 Bg4 52. Nb3 Kf4 53. Kb7 Rc3 54. Rg6 Bh3
55. Ne6+ Ke5 56. Nbc5 Kd6 57. e5+ Kd5 58. Nf4+ Kc4 59. Nxh3 Ne7 60. Ng5 Rc2
61. Nd7 Rb2+ 62. Nb6+ Kb5 63. Re6 Ka5 64. Ka7 Rxb6 65. Rxb6 Nc8+ 66. Kb7
Nxb6 67. e6 Nc4 68. e7 Nd6+ 69. Kc6 Nc4 70. c8=Q Kb4 71. e8=Q Na5+ 72. Kd5
Nb3 73. Qc4+ Ka3 74. Qea4+ Kb2 75. Qcxb3+ Kc1 76. Qc2#
[/pgn]

The Following Chess Problem is the Start of a Normal? Chess Game with the Start Positions for  
White & Black Main Pieces (Only!) Reversed! So Both Castling Options King sides and Queen  
sides are Not allowed!
The rest of the Chess Rules apply as Normal...Because of the Unusual Start Position you will see
that Both Sides can Take each others Pawns Very easily! which makes it a Game that will Open
up Quickly with Fireworks!
The Problem is a Win for White! But what is the Quickest way Possible in the least amount
of Moves?
The Game Example Shows a Win in (76) Moves as a Start!.

P.S Even if Other Computers show a Quicker Win!? If it is Not forced then Black may be able to  

Play better than the Engines by Preventing such a Win!? The Human way!! :)

Anthony.R.Brown 30/10/2013.