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- Magic River. Xiang Qi pieces crossing the Magic River turn into their Western counterparts, and vice versa! (17x9, Cells: 77) By John Smith.
- Magnetic Xiangqi set. Photo's of a magnetic Chinese chess set. Author: Hans L. Bodlaender.
- Makruk (Siamese Chess) . Part of a document describing various Historical Chess Variants. Author: Nader Daou.
- Manchurian Chess. Widely-played regional variant on Chinese Chess. Author: Ed Friedlander.
- Minixiang. Xiang Qi's short-range pieces come into their own on a small board. (5x6, Cells: 30) By Charles Gilman.
- MiniXiang. Missing description Author: Larry L. Smith. Inventor: Charles Gilman.
- MiniXiangqi. S. Kusumoto's MiniXiangqi - Chinese Chess on a 7x7 board (with zrf). By M Winther.
- MiTaWi. A variant combining elements on Mitregi, Taijitu Qi, and Wildeurasian Qi. (14x12, Cells: 64) By Charles Gilman.
- Mitregi with compounds of duals. An extra border around the Gnuqi and Wildebishogi array houses forward-only counterparts. (11x11, Cells: 121) By Charles Gilman.
- Moon Chess . Played with a Xiangqi set, but with different rules. Author: Peter Aronson.
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