The site has moved to a new server, and there are now some issues to fix. For example, it looks like you can't post comments. I will look into that in the morning.



The Chess Variant Pages



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

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Paul DeWitte wrote on 2004-10-30 UTC
Thanks for bringing these points to my attention.
-Technically, three Caesars or two Caesars and a Bishop could mate a lone
Caesar (King), but this would be difficult to do against any opponent who
has even a little chess savvy.
-Yes, a Centurion can capture a Caesar with an initial double pawn move. 
This makes the Centurion a unique threat with respect to the Caesars.
-Castling is not permitted.  En passant captures are not permitted.  Pawn
promotion to a Caesar (Knight) is also not permitted.

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