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Anonymous wrote on 2005-05-17 UTC
Dear Vitaly Korolev,

I have just read your comments concerning the other Synchronuous Chess
Variant invented by my Ukrainian collegues Arnold J. Krasowsky and Andrey
Krasowsky and me.

Do you have the rules of your chess variant in written form in english,
... and could you present them here?
(or did I miss something here, and was simply not able to find these

It is difficult to evaluate your game, if the rules are not given.
Perhaps this is the reason why there have been no comments here on the
game, so far. And why I also hesitate to give any Rating.

Considering the computer based game that is implemented here in the Web,
your game is very different from the rules of the other Synchronuous
Variant, which I presented to 'Chess Variants COM' giving the external
link to the rules in english, and for which the rules were first
in the year 2003 in the Chess journal 'Rochade Europa' in German

Very Best Regards

Ralf Hansmann

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