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George Duke wrote on 2005-03-23 UTCGood ★★★★
'JKL,LargeCV': Brown's own Centennial Chess scales back board to decimal and borrows quadra-pawn Steward and M.Lion from Havel's Jester Chess, six yrs. uncommented. 10 piece-types, of which five promote uniquely, only Pawn doing so to an array unit(Steward); so that makes 14 piece-types possible. Jester originally mimics method of movement of last opponent's piece moved. Short-range Archer moves without capturing or captures without moving. It is two moves per turn until one's first capture, a rule which could benefit some other large chesses. This would be more fun, but Centennial's fewer features a more playable-strategy CV.

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