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Crazyhouse is a chess variant where captured pieces can be dropped back onto the board (on your team) in lieu of moving a piece.

This is probably one of my shortest games played against Stockfish level 3, which plays at about ~1200 level, and is my favorite level for playing a quick (<2 minute) match against since it allows for potential recovery in the event of a blunder, though I really should be playing at level 4 (~1500).

QxC8 would have been more elegant, but I think I got distracted by the prospect of dropping the former black queen back into its starting square for the checkmate.

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Only in Australia....

That thing will cause an outbreak of radioactive flesh-eating kangaroos I'm sure. Or something even worse. Mutant Huntsman spiders, 6 feet wide. :fearscream: It's Australia. :)
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Only in Australia....
From the description, it sounds like gamma radiation. Goes through almost anything except lead. I wonder why it wasn't put into a lead container.

The benefit of the gamma radiation is the half life is usually short.

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