The Chess Variant Pages

This page is written by the game's inventor, João Neto.

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Anonymous wrote on 2010-03-25 UTCGood ★★★★
Good, but needs another rules for castling. What about this: impossible to
give castling to pieces on 2nd rank; castling is normal for pieces in
rooks' squares; when castling with piece on queen's knight's square,
king moves two squares; with piece on queen's bishop's and king's
knight's square, king moves on square; king swaps position with adjecent
Or use castling rules from Fischer's random chess or castling like here:
Also, why there is no en-passant? I can suggest rules of duble and triple
step and en-passant from Omega chess (of course, there are many variants of
duble step and en-passant, why not use one of them?).
Also i can suggest to have 4 powers of rook, bishop and knight, but
possible to use only 18 of powers (counting castling power).

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