Random Chess is a simple game where you play chess against a computer opponent that makes completely random moves. The computer is not intelligent at all, so you should be able to win!
This game leaves out some of the lesser-used chess rules, because basically it's for fun, and I didn't see the need to go through the trouble of making it 100% complete. So “en passant” is not implemented. There is no ability to resign. There is no draw after threefold repetition rule, there is no draw after fifty moves rule. However castling is of course implemented, and Pawns are automatically promoted to Queens when reaching the other side of the board.
Checkmate and stalemate are recognized.
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