The Chess Variant Pages



This page is written by the game's inventor, Hans Mikelson.

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Hans Mikelson wrote on 2004-01-19 UTC
To change positions of the kings and queens just switch them then rotate the board 120 degrees counter-clock-wise. The queens should now be on their colors and kings to the right of the queens. Thanks for the en passant rules. The end game is somewhat difficult. One rule that helps is to declare the first person to either checkmate or capture the king of one of the other two players to be the winner.

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