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4D Hexagonal Chess. 4D analogue of Glinski's Hexagonal Chess based on Hyperchess4. (5x(5x(5x5)), Cells: 361) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
💡📝Kevin Pacey wrote on Sat, Jan 28, 2023 08:00 PM UTC:

If I recall/recognize the diagram correctly, at the diagram's bottom e.g. 'Ae' indicates (4D) Board column A and (2D) board file e. The labels at the sides e.g. '15' indicates (4D) Board row 1 and (2D) board rank 5 (a column being like a file by my understanding). True for both the rules page diagram and the preset diagram.

edit: I had to re-read the labelling by zooming in on the bottom of the diagram, so I could tell lower case letters apart from numbers - my eyesight/laptop's not the greatest, maybe. Also, there are over half a dozen 4D CVs in the database, as I recall seeing (I got a few of my own published over the years). Not as many as there are 3D CVs, true.