[ Help | Earliest Comments | Latest Comments ][ List All Subjects of Discussion | Create New Subject of Discussion ][ List Earliest Comments Only For Pages | Games | Rated Pages | Rated Games | Subjects of Discussion ]Single Comment Morley's Chess. Boards with enlarged sides.[All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]George Duke wrote on 2012-04-23 UTCMorley*. Also there can be two promotion zones, or three promotion zones. Morley was serious about the expansion of the board to 88 and entire book is devoted to it world-war-two era. I believe David Howe cites it in section of the Guide. Try optimizing the rules here given the board and the pieces. A lot of so-called new CVs are really re-designs and optimizations not deserving separate game status. Pawns reaching corner maybe should have to underpromote in Morley rather than tack-on extra rule to get the Pawn out of there, suggested by the other two comments. Then if reaching the opponent's pieces' squares instead, there is the regular Queen promotion, obviously intended by Morley. And finally third if reaching the final back-rank, some higher possibility -- like the Amazon. Amazon I just mentioned recently as way to un-deadlock the tie problem Hutnik raises in going-on thread. But suggestion of Amazon there is somewhat frivolous, for real sake of condescension to ordinary gms understanding RBN right away if little else. The best draw-buster I can think of, for conventional implementation, is control of the central four by one or the other King. Morley would rather opt for this different board outright to rejuvenize Chess. Also, Black, compare this board by chess professional to Reshevsky's ''professional'' design at Zonal. Both retain pure and simple RNBKQP with boards saw-toothed-like. Now if wanting a CV rather than a reform, call Pawn reaching the originally empty back opponent rank an alternate Win course, and forget the Amazon. ///*F.W. Morley mathematician chess-involved is father of F.V. Morley who wrote the Chess book of larger boards. The same book is recollection of F.W.M. too.