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It was last modified on: 2004-10-15
 By Steve  Costa. Fibonacci (Sequence) Chess. Move your opponent's pieces on certain turns. (8x8, Cells: 64) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
Steve Costa wrote on 2004-10-17 UTC
Matt, you are correct - if you are playing the White pieces, you are always trying to win for White, even if you are making a move with the black pieces. That is why you cannot make illegal moves. I do agree PFC sounds best for the other, original, Fibonacci variant. It IS a progressive variant. As far as an improved name for my own, that's tougher, as while it is one basic idea it has elements of many different games (it's almost like a game of Double Agent, except every piece could be a double agent!). Maybe it should be called Sequential Misdirection Chess - as you will most likely 'mis-direct' your opponent's pieces at the pre-determined move intervals. The main variant could then be Fibonacci Misdirection Chess. Thoughts?