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Jean-Louis Cazaux wrote on 2020-04-19 UTC

The title is Zanzibar-XL:

https://www.chessvariants.com/rules/zanzibar-xl

It appears in my "unreviewed submissions".
Since I posted it, I have re-drawn the graphics with the Chess Board Painting Tool of Musketeer Chess. I didn't know if I could update my page, I was afraid to add more delay if I do it.

I also tried to make :

https://www.chessvariants.com/play/zanzibar-xl

This one too is in my "unreviewed submissions". But I stopped writing this one because I was not sure to understand if I need to do both.

Sorry if I did something wrong, probably I missed a point somewhere. Thank you for your help

 


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