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The Chess Variant Pages



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Marco Silva wrote on 2006-04-27 UTCGood ★★★★
When playing the Wonkavator version, does this mean you can move elevators more than just one level? Ex. if an elevator is on level 1, and there are shafts just above that elevator at level 2 and 3, does that mean in one move you could just move a peice on that elevator to level 3 immeadiately?

Also, what about Flying pieces? If the flying rook moves through a shaft, say on level 2, could it go through another shaft at level 3 and end up at level 4?


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