Everyone knows that sinking feeling when you blunder your queen in one move, but it could be worse.
In the position above, Black plays Nf7. This blunders a knight in one move, as well as a bishop-king fork. In total, Black blundered 6 points of material in one move.
How much material can be blundered in this manner in one move?
- The attacking side must capture on every turn.
- Every move must be forced (except the first blunder, of course).
- Your final score is (enemy material taken) - (your material loss).