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Greg Strong wrote on 2020-09-11 UTC

This page is a mess which, in my view, should not have been published. If there are over 30 variants to Tiger Chess, they should be listed on that page, not here, were no one would find them anyway - since the name of the page, "Summary of Game variations, Clock times and other Information", does not indicate what it is.

If you'd like to format this variant information in reasonable HTML, I will happily add it to the bottom of the Tiger Chess page. But I am scheduling this page for deletion a month from now. If nothing further is done, I will add a comment to the Tiger Chess page linking to archive.org's copy of this page so that those interested in Tiger Chess will still be able to find it.


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