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This page is written by the game's inventor, Daniil Frolov.

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George Duke wrote on 2015-09-09 UTCGood ★★★★
Daniil Frolov among 60 CVs, second only to Gilman's in ones written up for Chess Variant Page, makes here extreme form of Tula Chess. Tula. He found Tula Chess from Tula, Russia, that Dr. Friedlander has made Java form to play. In Tula Chess Pawns and King are unaffected, but Rook, Knight and Bishop all move as Rook files a and h, Knight files b and g, and Bishop files c and f. Then in 2014 "Move as square says" dictates that every square has its own marker how a piece moves. Tula is Tolstoy's city of 'War and Peace' and 'Anna Karenina'.

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