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This item is an article on pieces
It belongs to categories: Orthodox chess, 
It was last modified on: 2007-08-23
 By Jeremy Gabriel Good. Complementarity - Part I. With Short Range Project in mind, list of a highly specific set of pieces defined by simplest compounds.[All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
Jeremy Good wrote on 2007-08-29 UTC
Joe, thanks. I added your excellent 7 x 7 diagram to the notes. Also, I'd like to offer the following observation: The bent Hero has two possible routes to the H's represented by knight spaces (1,2) and two possible routes to the H's represented by the (0,3) spaces. The bent Shaman also has two possible routes to the S's represented by camel spaces (1,3) and two possible routes to the S's represented by (3,3) spaces. But there is only one possible bent Hero route to H's represented by (0,2) and only one possible bent Shaman route to S's represented by (2,2). [Unusual features of truly unique pieces.]