From info!dregis Wed Jan 29 13:41:21 GMT 1997
Article: 16115 of rec.games.chess.misc
From: email@example.com (D.Regis)
Subject: HELP PLEASE: Unusual castlings
Organization: University of Exeter, UK.
Date: Wed, 29 Jan 1997 12:31:18 GMT
I'm compiling a piece about castling and found a couple of nice
examples in a book by Pfleger and Treppner. They gave only positions
and I wondered if anyone has a genuine whole game scores for a game
I hope you will forgive my algebraic notation, but I found it easier
to read (since we know every move is a bishop).
White bishops start at b1 and d1,
Black bishops start at b5 and d5.
09. d3-b5 (board is symmetrical)
This was not the first solution that I found, but I liked it because
it was symmetrical. Once you get to step 9 you are basically