[ 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 ]Comments/Ratings for a Single Item ⇧Earliest ⇧Earlier ⇧Reverse Order⇩ Later⇧ Latest⇩ Home page of The Chess Variant Pages. Missing description[All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]orangutan wrote on 2003-10-30 UTCcan you make a similar page in german? Mitchell D. Mullin wrote on 2003-11-18 UTCGood ★★★★I agre that most people are replacing standard ches with eary version. and are losing part of culture are any sites that you sugguest replias of games ersian and arabian versions no so much the indian because have looking very and i can't any replias to game that buy please E-mail at [email protected] Travis Compton wrote on 2003-12-04 UTCExcellent ★★★★★If anyone is interested,I posted my chess variant board on Ebay at http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3162007978&category=2554 take a look sometime! Tony Quintanilla wrote on 2003-12-05 UTCIronlance -- you have done a very nice job with the board, which is useful for different board sizes and shapes. Charles Gilman wrote on 2003-12-10 UTCExcellent ★★★★★The Random Links are a great feature. It often leads to an interesting game that I had missed before. Orangya B. wrote on 2003-12-23 UTCExcellent ★★★★★I love chess, and this is a really cool chees website! Daniel Roth wrote on 2004-01-08 UTCExcellent ★★★★★Excellent site with one exception! I miss the ability to search for variants using parts of terms. Ex: I'm looking for the 'Crazyhouse' variant but I'm only knowing that the variant contains the term 'house'. Actually I can not search that way. It would be nice to have a search function included which can search for variant names or parts of these or to search contents of this site. Tony Quintanilla wrote on 2004-01-08 UTCGo to the Main Index File page and try a Google search of the site. http://www.chessvariants.com/Gindex.html www.chezzle.com wrote on 2004-01-11 UTCExcellent ★★★★★I posted my new variant at: www.chezzle.com CHEZZLE - Board Game 'Chess played with puzzle pieces' This is a great website! Sean Duggan wrote on 2004-02-18 UTCI was googling about for my name and ran into http://bovis.gyuvet.ch/2res/ches91va.htm, which seems to be a partial mirror of the alphabetic index in Russian. Nothing major, but an interesting curiousity. Peter Gelman wrote on 2004-03-11 UTCExcellent ★★★★★Great web site! You might be interest to know that today, March 4, 2004, Emma Young, writer for the Guardian, offers an interesting article about research in military theory using *chess variants*: http://www.guardian.co.uk/life/feature/story/0,13026,1161128,00.html Here's some quotes: 'But neither group is studying standard games. By modifying key variables, such as the number of moves allowed each turn, or whether one player can see all of the other's pieces, they are investigating the relative importance of a host of factors that translate to the battlefield, such as numerical superiority, a quick advance and the use of stealth.' *** 'These games, and other variations on regular play, led the team to a clear conclusion: being stronger and having more 'battlespace information' than your opponent are both less valuable when there is little information available overall to both sides - but the advantage of a fast pace remains.' Ryan Goebel wrote on 2004-03-29 UTCExcellent ★★★★★how do you play courier Anonymous wrote on 2004-03-31 UTCFor three-player variant 'Jester´s Game', see http://jestersgame.com Steve wrote on 2004-05-16 UTCExcellent ★★★★★see 4-Way Chess at: http://hometown.aol.com/taurusgaming/myhomepage/index.html Dot Semicolon wrote on 2004-05-21 UTCExcellent ★★★★★Just for Your information: Russian weekly magazin 'Computerra' published write-up about this site ( http://www.computerra.ru/xterra/33571/ , in Russian). They describe this site as excellent, and now I see, that this is true :-) John Kenichi Seino wrote on 2004-05-29 UTCPoor ★Dear Bewitcheds, I appologize for confusing the rules of Shatranj. The following game was corrected. http://www.geocities.co.jp/Playtown-Denei/2251/ May the confusion subside. Truely Yours, John Kenichi Seino from Japan. Anonymous wrote on 2004-07-15 UTCNICE Keith wrote on 2004-08-19 UTCI am looking for some information. I recently came across a game board in an antique shop ( a few of these boards were there and the propriator said most people buy them to hang on the wall for decor)that resembled a chess board except the squares numbered 10 by 10 instead of 8 by 8. On all the boards there was space included on each end with elongated stars painted. Anyone have a clue on these boards? <p>Keith John Ayer wrote on 2004-08-22 UTCNot the faintest, Keith. Where, exactly, are the stars located, please? (zzo38) A. Black wrote on 2005-11-02 UTCThis page is listed as 8x8 board with 64 squares. But this is just the index page, it isn't the rules of an actual game. It should be listed as 0x0 board with 0 squares. Hans Bodlaender wrote on 2005-11-02 UTCCorrected the indexing Roger Crowe wrote on 2005-12-29 UTCHey, I was wondering, I'm having a hard time finding the place where I can register my account and sign in, so could you help me? I've been looking around and I can't seem to see the link. I may have overlooked something. FICGS wrote on 2006-04-18 UTCHello to all. You can play CHESS 960 / Fischer random chess and BIG CHESS on FICGShttp://www.ficgs.com Have good games. Dan Beyer wrote on 2006-05-24 UTC8x8x8 Interactive 3D Board. Check it out. DOWNLOAD it for FREE. http://thehinge.net/3dchess ...and the idea behind this variant is spelled out http://thehinge.net/newport/chess.htm any questions or ideas can be sent to [email protected] Pepelu wrote on 2006-11-16 UTCAverage ★★★Nothing can be compared to the standard chess. Here you can find a couple of compuntoes chess links (in Spanish): - El compuntoes - Chess news. - Problemas de Ajedrez - Chess Problems. 25 comments displayed⇧Earliest ⇧Earlier ⇧Reverse Order⇩ Later⇧ Latest⇩Permalink to the exact comments currently displayed.