The variant is a curious, and often hilarious variant of the simultaneous display.
Now, at each board, a normal game of chess is played. However, each player after making a move, rotates to the next board at his side. Thus, at each board, each next move is made by the next player of the team, and each player makes successively a move at each of the boards.
The team that wins the largest number of separate games wins the match.
It is useful to use a mechanism (e.g., a chess clock), to keep track at each board which side must move.
One `normal' game of chess is played. There are two teams, each with a strong and a weak chess player. For each team, the players make alternatingly a move, thus one player of the white team makes the even numbered moves of white, and one player makes the odd numbered moves of white, etc.
Teasing the opponents could be allowed; giving advice or consulting among the players of a team certainly is not allowed.