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George Duke wrote on 2012-03-06 UTC
EXDEATH says, I didn't know this variant existed and was creating a very similar one. It's not a good idea anymore to design without assuming things pretty similar have already been done. What you do, is go to the main index and find upwards of fifty CVs under ''Multi-move variants,'' of which this Doublemove chess is one, about the fifteenth(15th) chronologically. CVPage has twice or more the CVs of both 'ECV' issues. There is similar research available logically to see what is already invented each sub-genre in comments, glossaries and guides on and off site, but mostly now Howe's and Gilman's. Hi Ralph, hopefully here for a while, there are many questions that professional cvers would have to ask. --heh, as Professor Barnhardt says to Klaatu in 1951 'The Day the Earth Stood Still'.

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