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It was last modified on: 2009-08-27
 By Larry L. Smith. LiQi. Very Strong Chess. (8x8, Cells: 64) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
George Duke wrote on 2009-08-29 UTC
Okay, Larry, you're welcome for the analysis and attention in well above average embodiment by CVPage standards. It took some time to appreciate the author of LiQi's intent of how they move. Certainly the anonymous poster ''Just Someone'' was not yourself, the way I once suggested a certain northwest European programmer may have self-commented anonymously. Now Leaper and Planar are the closest cousins among the stellar five with Slider, Rider, and Multi-path. Likewise, Slider and Multi-path would be closest to each other. ChessBoardMath10 will continue this. MauJu is a strong Pawn, like Rococo Pawn, but it is still cleverly pawn and not piece. Larry points out that like Glenn Overby's Beautiful Sun, just linked a couple comments back, LiQi blends the three traditions, Chinese, Japanese and West. It is fine work insofar as introducing new piece-type, and please continue with more ''planars,'' whether CVs or preferably articles. This interesting ''intermediate'' piece-type category Planar actually fully deserves its own stand in the panoply.