This variant has been created by Gianluca Vecchi, member of AISE, in 1993. It is a little variation on the theme of Madrasi Chess.
- King and pawns are orthodox, i.e., move as in orthodox chess.
- The other pieces cannot capture pieces of the same type (e.g. a knight cannot capture another knight, a queen cannot capture another queen, etc.).
- A stalemated player loses.
- All the other rules of chess apply.
Please note that the kings, being orthodox, cannot stand on adjacent squares.
Here is a sample game :
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Written by Alessandro Castelli.
WWW page created: December 1, 1995. Last modified: February 7, 1997.