The Chess Variant Pages

This page is written by the game's inventor, Mariano Moran.

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Fergus Duniho wrote on 2018-10-27 UTC

Since another user claimed authorship of this page in the comments, I updated the author and inventor of this page. I don't know if there was another erik before you. If there was, there is no trace of activity before you joined. Even the page you mentioned has a start date that is later than you joined. I'm not sure why some comments are earlier than the start date for this page. It leaves me wondering if another page had the same ItemID but got deleted. However, the page itself says the game was invented in 2013. So, maybe there was just a screw-up in the information recorded about this page.

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