Voting for the contest to design a 10-chess variantFind here the groups to vote on for the 10-chess variant contest. The detailed voting rules can be read on another webpage. In short:
- You cannot vote in a group that contains your own games.
- Order the games in a group in order how much you like them, from best till worst.
- As much as you can, please try the games out before voting on them.
- When voting, please take into consideration originality, playability, your own enjoyment in playing the game, and how the number 10 plays a role in the variant.
- Automated voting for Group A.
- Automated voting for Group B.
- Automated voting for Group C.
- Automated voting for Group D.
- 10-directional Chess, by Jörg Knappen
- AtTENdance Chess, by Erez Schatz
- Camel and Rhino Chess, by Tony Quintanilla
- Capablanca Random Chess, by Reinhard Scharnagl
- d10 Chess by Bruce Leban
- Decima by Mike Nelson
- Hexa Decimal by Joost aan den Brugh
- 10 minute melee by Mason Green
- The Bermuda Chess Angle by Gary K. Gifford
- Caïssa Britannia by Fergus Duniho
- Chariots, by David Jagger
- Eurasian Chess, by Fergus Duniho
- Ladder Shogi by Mason Green
- Odin's Rune Chess, by Gary K. Gifford
- TRiPLiCiTY, by David Jagger
- Chess with Batteries, by Roberto Lavieri
- Countdown, by Jared McComb
- Ecumenical Eurasian Ninjachess, by Charles Gilman
- Magi, by Neal Meyer
- Manchala Chess, by Dhruv Manchala
- MORE10, by Roberto Lavieri
- Yagbap, by Jared B. McComb
- Wildeurasian Qi, by Charles Gilman
To vote for group D, go to this webpage.
- Monster Bluff Chess, by Dale Holmes.
- Opulent Chess, by Greg Strong.
- Salmon P. Chess, by Dale Holmes
- Shatranj Kamil (64) by David Paulowich
- Stack Chess, by Doug Chatham
- Taratibu, by Glenn Overby
- TenCubed Chess, by David Paulowich
- veSQuj by Glenn Overby
Much thanks in advance to all that vote!
Written by Hans Bodlaender. Webpage posted: June 29, 2005. Last modified: June 30, 2005.