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Such pieces are said to be “in hand. The average number of cells that can be reached by a piece under favourable circumstances. Strictly pieces used in Chinese chess mao, pao but also extended to include similar pieces leo, vao, moa. Piece moving like a grasshopper but to the cell fondmenti front of the hurdle, no null moves.
See mao Source s: A variant of shatranj played on a circular board. Some players, however, prefer the 2-D boards to be laid out on a fla See also: Author of books on shogi.
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A chess variant invented played on a normal square board with a grid of lines further dividing the board into larger squares. Sczcchi piece that has no natural limit to the distance that it can move from its departure square.
For a given piece, those squares to which it can legally move. A piece that cannot move beyond a fixed distance from its departure square, regardless of board size, board position or the availability of vacant squares, e. Hexagonal chess with a board. See Maus, Frank G.
I fondamenti degli scacchi
See Tamerlane chess Source s: Leaps across a piece in any direction with the same distance before and after the hurdle See deggli See chess piece narrow term Link s: Improved Berolina Pawn that can also capture to the side Link s: See bishop-camel compound Source s: Publisher of the periodical: Japan’s game of strategy Link s: Royal piece that usually moves as a queen.
See xiangqi Source s: A move that may not be performed concurrently with a capture.
See KliiVer, Hans Source s: Moves arbitrary number of unobstructed squares diagonally. Experiments in chess Link s: See gnu Source s: See leap verb Source s: These are terms used to describe features of the various boards used for chess variants.
To hold a friendly piece within the capture zone of second friendly piece or pieces in a manner that makes its disadvantageous for your opponent to capture it. See fairy chess Source s: See reserve piece Source s: The chess variant pages. Doubly-bent rider, inspired by the gryphon and aanca Link s: Figuratively, the northeast and northwest directions considered collectively. Jeux d’echecs non orthodoxes L’Hermitte Link s: Games ancient and oriental and how to play them.
To move to a square that is necessarily occupied by an enemy piece, which is captured.
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See Verney’s four-handed chess Source s: A three-square forward initial pawn move used in some large orthochess variants. Coinventor of reflex chess.
To make a move known as castling. See elephant xiangqi Source s: Cofounder of Zillions development.
Piece making a 2,4 leap provided the intermediate cell, at a 1 ,2 leap, is occupied; it is capavlanca most mobile of the leaper-hoppers. A situation where the king or royal piece cannot be moved out of check and check cannot otherwise be removed.
See combined piece Link s: A chess variant where drops are allowed. In Progressive Chess, the series of moves that each player makes in a turn: