The Chess Variant Pages



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(zzo38) A. Black wrote on 2008-10-12 UTC
I have another idea of modifying the game (which can be used just like any of the five variants listed could be used), as follows:

Each player gets six cards, two face-down and four face-up. You can look at your own face-down cards but you are not allowed to look at opponent's face-down cards. Replace face-down with face-down, and face-up with face-up.

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