Chess King Locks

A Chess King-Lock is revealed when the pieces have no legal moves to make and the King can no longer move forward. When this occurs, the game is over resulting in a victory for your opponent. An example of a Chess King-Lock from the first puzzle set up can be truly be understood by moving the pieces according to the following notation: 8-9, 5-8, 2-5, 1-2.


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