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- Parachute Anywhere Chess. Pieces teleport anywhere without capturing or threatening pieces.
- Patrol Chess. A unit may not capture or give check unless it is supported.
- Pawn Massacre Chess. Black pieces start behind white pawns and vice versa.
- Pawn Odds Chess. White starts without the king's bishop's pawn.
- Pawn Progression Chess. Pawns on advanced ranks move differently.
- Peasant Revolt Chess. Eight pawns vs. three knights and pawn.
- Perfect Chess. Rook, bishop, knight, plus each of the four compounds ("perfect").
- Petite Chess. Chess on a 5 by 6 board.
- Philosopher's Chess. Winner of the 40 squares contest.
- Pickle Pot Chess (Blind). Kriegspiel variant where one side can see, but lacks both Knights, a Bishop and both Rooks.
- Pickle Pot Chess (Sighted). Kriegspiel variant where one side can see, but lacks both Knights, a Bishop and both Rooks.
- Plaid Chess. Progressive Grid chess.
- Progressive 007 Chess. Players play increasing numbers of moves each turn, but which color you move simply alternates.
- Progressive Absorption Chess. Very popular in Italy.
- Progressive Mutation Chess. Missing description
- Promethean Chess. Units visiting the home squares of others leave behind duplicates.
- Push Chess. Pieces don't capture, but instead push each other off of the board.
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