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- Family matters chess (small). Variant on 41 square board. (Cells: 41) By Tomas Forsman.
- Fanorona Chess. Variant played on a Fanorona board with capture by approach and by withdrawal. (5x9, Cells: 45) By Peter Aronson.
- Fault Line. Fault Line. (8x6, Cells: 40) By Patrick Riley.
- Feeble Los Alamos Chess. Los Alamos Chess using Feeble pieces. (6x6, Cells: 36) By David Howe.
- Five-Minute Poppy Shogi. Small shogi variant on a 4 by 5 board. (4x5, Cells: 20) Author: Hans L. Bodlaender. Inventor: Oyama Yasuharu.
- Fleap. Pieces move as equihoppers, but become FIDE pieces after being captured. (5x9, Cells: 43) By Gavin King.
- Flip Chess and Flip Shogi. Pieces have two sides with different movements on board of 38 squares. (7x6, Cells: 38) (Recognized!) By John William Brown.
- FlipFlop. A minimalistic Chess-like game with only one type of piece. Author: Ola Sassersson. Inventor: Masahiro Nakajima.
- Four File Chess. Variant on 4 by 10 board. (4x10, Cells: 40) By Kris Barski.
- Free corners chess. In the corners of seven by seven board, three squares form together one field. (7x7, Cells: 41) By Sergey Sirotkin.
- Fusion Diamond 41. A Fusion Chess variant played on a diamond shaped board of 41 squares. (Cells: 41) By Fergus Duniho.
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|11 'Game' entries listed||11 'Small board' entries listed|
|1 'Oriental' entry listed||2 'Unorthodox shaped board' entries listed|
|2 'In a category all its own' entries listed||1 'Sold commercially' entry listed|
|1 'Shogi, or Shogi-based' entry listed|
Total items listed: 11