The Chess Variant Pages

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

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Mickey Villa wrote on 2005-02-13 UTC
Well, seems I have now two pages in the site. You must have thought the edited introduction to the game that I sent some months ago was a new variant. Of course I'm the same Miguel Villa and I was only using one of my mails to send the corrections, for wich I'm deeply ashamed and very very humbly apologize to you for using that sacred pseudonym. Anyway I'm faced now with a little problem; since I'm planing to change by law my name to Paul Keres, as editor of the site, which name do you consider it will be appropiate to include in the variation?

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