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It belongs to categories: Orthodox chess, 
It was last modified on: 2007-04-20
 By Abdul-Rahman  Sibahi. Dada. The colorbound chess variant. (7x10, Cells: 70) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
Anonymous wrote on 2010-04-14 UTC
Good. Any game with royal pieces can be played like this: two normal boards of original game and duble set of pieces, expect thaet number of royal pieces is same as in original game, and royal pieces of diffirent players starts on diffirent boards. Variant: three boards, third is without royal pieces at all, but all pieces, captured on this board, costs some points, and if player captured enough pieces here, he/she can win even if his/her royal piece is checkmated (or captured, depending on game's rules). Way to indroduce lion-like piece on games with two boards is simple: piece, wich can't capture on it's board, but can capture pieces on other board by moving to square, wich correspond to square of captured piece.