Consider chess with the following additional rules:
The edges of the board consist of ranks 1 and 8 and columns a and h.
- Bouncing: When a piece goes from a non-edge square to an edge square, it must make another move. Exception: When a piece goes from a rank on the edge to a column on the edge or from a column on the edge to a rank on the edge, it must also bounce, but this can be done only once per turn.
- Explosion: When a piece captures another piece, both the piece that captures, the captured piece, and all pieces that are on a square that directly or diagonally neighbours the square that is captured are removed from the board.
- The goal of the game is to either checkmate or explode the opposing king.
Given the standard initial position on a chess board, can one of the sides force a win?