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Accounting Chess. Modern Business Chess: win by capturing or indicting the opposing CEO (King), or bilking all of your Stockholders (Pawns). (8x8, Cells: 64) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
Theresa Dubé wrote on 2021-08-24 UTC

In a hypothetical Grand Accounting Chess, the Marshal and Archbishop would respectively be renamed as the COO and CMO, and along with long-range moves, using their Knight moves would make them Crooked.

Anonymous wrote on 2008-02-23 UTCGood ★★★★
Hahahahahaha. That game is hilarious! If everyone could make such games, this wouln't be such a boring world!

[email protected] wrote on 2005-11-28 UTCExcellent ★★★★★
Only a crooked Shareholder should be allowed to promote to a regulator, lol, although an innocent Shareholder can promote to a Regulator by making a capture. Otherwise, this game is an excellent spoof of corporate America.

Anonymous wrote on 2005-10-08 UTCExcellent ★★★★★

Are the games of your creation, specially the 'Accounting Chess', in
intent of translating the realities or 'prevailing system' into a game
profoundly seeking radical changes by indirectly leading the players of
'games' to sound realizations?

From some concerned members of Tax Accountant Society
30 Plaridel, Brgy. Dona Aurora, Quezon City, Philippines
Telefax 632-7420382

Derek Nalls wrote on 2005-02-13 UTCPoor ★
[Comment voluntarily deleted.]

Peter Aronson wrote on 2003-01-18 UTCExcellent ★★★★★
I love to see a game with a solid theme where all of the mechanics follow from the theme. It doen't hurt that it's funny, either!

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