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Reformed ChessA game information page
. Introducing a new pawn swapping capability intended to solve the problem of drawishness in chess (with zrf).[All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
M Winther wrote on 2007-09-23 UTC
Regardless of its advantages Berolina Chess is very big step away from orthochess and is not likely to become popular. 'Reformed Chess' is a very small change with a big impact. There is also a greater chance of king attacks while it's easier for a pawn to break through. Time will tell how good it is. /Mats