Starts with the letter 'T'
- Take Over Chess. Jump across pieces to take them over from your opponent. (7x7, Cells: 41) By Tony Quintanilla.
- Tapestry Chess. Chess on a four-color 6x6 board, with a 5 square control board. (6x6, Cells: 41) By David Howe.
- Test Minichess. Chess on a 6x6 board. (6x6, Cells: 36) By Darren Izzard.
- Thirty-Nine Squares Chess. Variant on board with 39 squares with special drop and promotion rules. (Cells: 39) By Andy Kurnia.
- Thronschach. A game on 42-squares with throne squares, and an interesting mix of pieces. (5x8, Cells: 42) By Glenn Overby II.
- Tic-Tac-check. Get four chesspieces in a row on a 4 by 4 board. (4x4, Cells: 16) Author: Daniel Thibault and Hans L. Bodlaender. Inventor: Don Green.
- Tishai. Played on a 7x7 board with 2 sideboards. (7x7, Cells: 49) By James Ernest.
- Tori Shogi. A variant of Japanese Chess on a 7 by 7 board. (Link to Roger Hare's shogi site.).
- Tori Shogi. Tori Shogi, or Bird Shogi. A variant of Japanese Chess on a 7 by 7 board. (7x7, Cells: 49) Inventor: Ohashi Soei.
- Toto40. Staircase board with fighting line in the middle, inspired by Totolospi game of Hopi Indians. (Cells: 40) By Peter Aronson.
- Toystore Chess. A problem-like Chess variant on a 5x5 board with free placement. (5x5, Cells: 25) By Richard Stack.
- Traffic Jam. Pieces try to reach other side of narrow board. (14x3, Cells: 40) By Kris Barski.
- Triana. 3-player version of 6x6 games. (9x9, Cells: 54) By Charles Gilman.
- Trissa. A Rococo-inspired hexagonal variant for three players with an unusual flavor. (10x10, Cells: 55) By John Smith.
- Trubix. Chess variant on board with 41 squares. (Cells: 41) By David Short.
- Trubix-43. Unique piece and lines of movement on an hourglass board. (5x11, Cells: 43) By David Short.
- Two Pipe Chess. Setup on 41-squares board looks like two tobacco pipes. (9x5, Cells: 41) By Doug Chatham.
Total items listed: 17