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Grolman Chess. Members-Only Game with sequential movement of pieces of the same color. (8x8, Cells: 64) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]

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Battle of the Kings. You start with eight pawns. The rest chess pieces appear on the board during the game.[All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
💡📝Вадря Покштя wrote on Sun, Feb 18 07:32 AM UTC:

Thank you very much Mr. H.G. Muller! This is a great tool for those who want to understand the game in more detail.


Wild Rose Chess. (Updated!) Game with Wild Roses. (8x8, Cells: 64) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
💡📝Вадря Покштя wrote on Mon, Feb 12 08:05 PM UTC in reply to H. G. Muller from 04:35 PM:

Please pay attention to ALL PHRASES in the description of W/L Conditions

Win/Loss Conditions
After your move:
- By giving check to two of your opponent's Wild Roses at the same time, you win the game (checkmate)
- If two of your Wild Roses are in check (under attack), you win the game (blossom roses)
- Leaving your opponent without pieces (only with Wild Roses) - you win the game (fading roses)
- Leaving one of your Wild Roses under attack means you lose the game (rose cutting)
Winning Conditions always prevail over the only Losing Condition. Or in other words, the first one to fulfill one of the three winning conditions wins.

 

There is no missing in the second sentence is "at the end of your turn". 

Win/Loss Conditions
After your move:


💡📝Вадря Покштя wrote on Mon, Feb 12 07:55 PM UTC in reply to Ben Reiniger from 04:38 PM:

You're right. The more Wild Roses a player has, the more difficult it is for him to maneuver. If we remember the famous chess problem about eight queens, then a lot will become clear. However, fortunately, as in standard chess, reaching the last rank with a pawn is not so easy.


💡📝Вадря Покштя wrote on Mon, Feb 12 07:48 PM UTC in reply to H. G. Muller from 04:35 PM:

You are absolutely right!


💡📝Вадря Покштя wrote on Sun, Feb 11 04:12 PM UTC:

Okay, done.

- If two of your Wild Roses are in check (under attack), you win the game (blossom roses)


💡📝Вадря Покштя wrote on Sun, Feb 11 05:22 AM UTC:

to H.G. Muller

'are put in check' means a literal transition from static to dynamic. To win by Blossom Roses you have to move one of your pieces. I don't see any problem with the expression 'if two of them are in check' but saying 'are put in check' we are talking about the dynamics of events. Of course, we can use various words like 'to place', 'to expose' etc. I think I tried to convey the idea correctly.

" If the Pawn would just change into an enemy Rose on the promotion square, the opponent would also have an extra Rose." This makes it harder to win. By having the choice of 'planting' a new Rose where it benefits him, the player significantly increases his chances of success. I don't know if I can post pictures here, but I would show it very well with examples.

 

to Lev Grigoriev 

Лев, да я все понимаю и сталкивался с этим уже не раз тут. Спасибо за слова поддержки!


💡📝Вадря Покштя wrote on Sat, Feb 10 07:43 PM UTC:

Wild Rose is not a chess King. It can give check and be in check. I use the word 'in check' to mean 'under attack'. Please see here for more details https://www.chess.com/blog/Pokshtya/wild-rose-chess There is no need to measure the game by standard chess standards. This is NOT STANDARD chess. Win/Loss Conditions are very clear. To win the game with one of the three Winning Conditions YOU MUST MAKE A MOVE. Thus, if I leave my two Wild Roses under attack AFTER MY TURN IS ENDED, then I win. It will no longer be your opponent's turn. And he won't be able to say that he's attacking my two Wild Roses.

"Also, what happens if you have more than two Wild Roses? How does that affect win/loss conditions?" Answer: None You can have as many as 16 Wild Roses. If two of them are put in check AFTER YOUR OPPONENT'S MOVE, you lose, if two of them are put in check AFTER YOUR MOVE, you win.

"It is not clear to me what 'putting your Wild Roses into check' means, though." Answer: 'putting your Wild Roses into check' means putting your WR's under attack. AVOIDING CHECK IS NOT NECESSARY, but it does affect on Win/Loss Conditions. AVOIDING CHECK IS NOT NECESSARY - THERE IS NO KINGS in the game. Check is just a threat like saying GARDE to op's queen.

"Perhaps except in case of a promotion. The rules for that seem unnecessarily complicated." Answer: You are absolutly wrong. The more Wild Roses your opponent has, the easier it is to win the game. Again see examples here https://www.chess.com/blog/Pokshtya/wild-rose-chess

During the first day of publication on chess.com, I received more than a dozen positive feedbacks about the game. Not a single negative one.


💡📝Вадря Покштя wrote on Sat, Feb 10 06:14 AM UTC:

My submission is ready for publication.


💡📝Вадря Покштя wrote on Sat, Feb 10 06:13 AM UTC:

Лев спасибо огромное! Разобрался. раньше такого не было вот и запутался. Спасибо еще раз!


💡📝Вадря Покштя wrote on Sat, Feb 10 06:10 AM UTC:

Спасибо за помощь! То есть Edit Metadata for this Page? но там нет переключения с привата на общий доступ. Все остается без изменений.


💡📝Вадря Покштя wrote on Fri, Feb 9 06:09 AM UTC:

My submission is ready for publication.


Vivarta Chess. he rules are simple. Each piece automatically transforms into a different piece every time it moves. Pawns transform into Knig.[All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
💡📝Вадря Покштя wrote on Fri, Dec 15, 2023 09:13 PM UTC:

Can be played at https://www.evochess.com/


💡📝Вадря Покштя wrote on Fri, Dec 15, 2023 08:59 PM UTC in reply to Florin Lupusoru from Thu Nov 16 04:09 PM:

Thank you! Check out my idea on this topic https://www.chess.com/blog/Pokshtya/neo-andernach-chess


Battle of the Kings. You start with eight pawns. The rest chess pieces appear on the board during the game.[All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
💡📝Вадря Покштя wrote on Thu, Nov 16, 2023 06:54 AM UTC:

Now Battle of Kings can be played at https://www.schemingmind.com/default.aspx


💡📝Вадря Покштя wrote on Tue, Oct 24, 2023 04:47 PM UTC:

You can play against a bot using the link (no registration required): https://dagazproject.github.io/checkmate/botk-board.htm

The bot, of course, plays very weakly, which is not surprising: Battle of the Kings is the only chess variant with complete information in which AI ​​is absolutely powerless.


Charismatic Chess. x5 speed up your chess game! (8x8, Cells: 64) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
💡📝Вадря Покштя wrote on Sat, Sep 23, 2023 05:35 AM UTC:

My submission is ready for publication.


Double Move Double Chess. The game is played on a 8x16 chessboard with each player in control of two complete armies.[All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
💡📝Вадря Покштя wrote on Mon, Apr 17, 2023 04:07 PM UTC:

Thanks, I'll try to figure it out.


💡📝Вадря Покштя wrote on Mon, Apr 17, 2023 05:42 AM UTC:

From the starting position it is not possible to make two moves with pawns from columns b and g. For example, p b11-b10 and p b12-b11 for black. Since the first move is not displayed on the board, on the square where the piece that made the first move stood, you cannot place another piece on your second move.


💡📝Вадря Покштя wrote on Sun, Apr 16, 2023 03:54 PM UTC:

Thank you so much, Mr. Duniho!!!


💡📝Вадря Покштя wrote on Wed, Apr 12, 2023 05:11 AM UTC:

Thank you!


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