Kibbitz Listing Game: Seenschach Log: avunjahei-cvgameroom-2015-149-802 John Davis wrote on 2015-07-20We had similar problems with Golden Age Chess on a really big board Game: Achernar Log: tamandua-cvgameroom-2015-161-834 John Davis wrote on 2015-06-12You have the columns set to 9. It looks like you want 8. You also need / in the code: rnbqkbnr/pppppppp/32/PPPPPPPP/RNBQKBNRGame: Mideast Chess Log: chappy-tony_quintanilla-2015-143-153 John Davis wrote on 2015-06-01Thank you for the preset, but I would prefer using the .JF for the Wizard the .ZW for the Sorcerer the _JJ_JG for the Jumping General and the GRY for the Griffon, please. John Davis wrote on 2015-05-27Grand Chess rules, since this variant already doesn't allow castling, it means pawns promote to captured pieces on the 8th rank. The Courtier/Zebra gains a one step orthogonal, wazir move. See the Sorcerer in Sorcerer Chess. The Chevalier/Camel is now an Omega Chess, Wizard. The Cavalier is a regular Griffon from the piececlopedia and Grande Acedrex. The Castle/Squirrel is now a Mastadon from Mastadon Chess, it steps one or leaps two orthogonally and diagonally. Game: Opulent Chess Log: couriermabovini-cvgameroom-2015-91-023 John Davis wrote on 2015-05-06Seriously! The lion is a half duck it moves one step diagonally or leaps two or three steps orthogonally, an HFD. You seem to understand that in the game you are winning. Why then in the game you are losing do you keep making illegal moves with it?Game: Golden Age Chess on a Really Big Board Log: avunjahei-cvgameroom-2015-108-765 John Davis wrote on 2015-05-01It won't let me move everything back in one move.John Davis wrote on 2015-05-01It won't let me move everything back in one move.John Davis wrote on 2015-04-30I am not sure how to proceed with this matchGame: Guru Log: judgmentality-cvgameroom-2015-102-367 John Davis wrote on 2015-04-16I would like to see pictures of the pieces you are making. John Davis wrote on 2015-04-14Can the d and e pawns make a two step first move. Is that a crooked queen on h1, 8.