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The Chess Variant Pages

This page is written by the game's inventor, David Zitzelsberger.

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clinton gibson wrote on 2007-02-22 UTCPoor ★

The form of triangle chess shown on this site looks amazingly like the game that I invented when I was living in the roseburg, oregon area way back in 2003. as a matter of fact, the pieces, save for the knight, move exactly the same way.

but i also seem to recall a guy from jersey city or somewhere there-abouts by the name of david who was highly interested in my game. my pieces are set up differently and have greater range. I cant help but be suspicious. but maybe I'm just being paranoid.

Feedback to this comment will be welcome.

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