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Joe Joyce wrote on 2007-06-02 UTC
This is a most excellent game that for obvious reasons I cannot officially rate, very, very different from my game, Lemurian Shatranj. It is a typical Paulowich production, extremely well-crafted and thought out, providing a nice range of pieces to play with. Exchanges of pieces with similar values can easily lead to a 'chess with different armies' type of game, where standard rooks and knights can be facing some of the twistiest pieces found on western chessboards. This would be an excellent tournament game, as it allows for a broad scope of tactics and strategy. I recommend it highly, and am pleased and proud it features 2 of my pieces, in a setting quite different than the one in which they first appeared. Try it. You'll like it.

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