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George Duke wrote on 2008-05-21 UTCGood ★★★★
Never Commented, well at least in the system since 2003, Megachess determines how many pieces player moves uniquely. ''You can make as many moves on your turn as you have Kings.'' There are six Kings per side. Since Push-Pull by any piece can cause two to move, as many as 12 pieces may move on a turn. However, if having but one King later in the score, maximum is two, the piece moved and any (same-side only) it pushes or pulls.

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