queens pawn variation
lichess.org/DyPe8vRXqKt0 I powerfully transposed from the scandinavian defense here. Probably one of the toughest bong cloud variations, but it's still much better for the bong cloud side.
@lurarose Some lovely variations of The Bong there. Nice one.
I won this game due to the 50 move rule. If you make it to move 50 in the bong cloud they lose automatically.
lichess.org/Zxifc2fsup8C After e5 on move 4 I am in what I like to call the "Super Bong Cloud" it's when you play the bong cloud from the bong cloud... leaving you up one extra square making it that much more aggressive and powerful. My opponent attempted to break through my powerful attack by sacking two minor pieces and the queen. It was unfruitful for them as they had only been prepared for regular bong cloud theory and not the more advanced super bong cloud.
After they took the poisoned pawn on move 3 with their knight I knew they were done for. It was only a temporary sacrifice allowing me to win a knight back in exchange for the pawn on move 7 I offered a queen trade, and they declined it. I still have a forced checkmate if they accept the queen trade here, but it's not for about 25 more moves I think they saw that far ahead they were a crafty opponent. Playing e5 almost cost me my bishop and queen double attacking them both, but I found the only move out of danger. I had checkmate with the queen on e2, but I wanted to capture more enemy territory first. Mating with the queen on d1 was just a bit of showboating since they declined the earlier offer of a queen trade I went to their queens home for a mate instead.
Finished this bong cloud with a beautiful mating pattern.
Not as clean as some of my other bong cloud victories, but I won on time from a winning bong cloud endgame.
The windmill is a powerful tactic that stems out of the queens gambit variation of the bongcloud. Absolute domination.
The transgender variation swapping king and queen places often confuses an opponent. They resigned because of a mate in 2 threat.