Starts with the letter 'Le'
- Leandro's Chess. You may make a non-capturing move with each of your pieces in one turn, or make a normal capturing move. (8x8, Cells: 64) By Tony Quintanilla.
- Leap Chess. Game with mandatory captures and other Checkers-like elements on a board of 44 squares. (6x8, Cells: 44) By Ken Franklin.
- LeaperChess. Variant of Capablanca Chess with two extra Knights per side replacing the Archbishop and Chancellor. By James Zuercher.
- Leapers chess. a game with many leapers. (8x6, Cells: 44) By Andy Maxson.
- Leapers, Benders, Riders, and Crooks. Missing description By Daniel Robert MacDuff.
- Leapfrog Chess. The pawn can leap over any man in its initial two-step move (with zrf). By M Winther.
- Leaping/Missing Bat Chess. Large variant on a 16x12 board with many fairy pieces. (16x12, Cells: 192) By John Savard.
- Legler's Chess. Modest 1926 variant using an Archbishop and a Chancellor. (8x8, Cells: 64) Author: John Ayer. Inventor: Hugo Legler.
- Lemniscate Chess. Chess played on a Lemniscate board (in the shape of an infinity symbol). (18x4, Cells: 72) By David Cannon.
- Lemurian Shatranj. Missing description (8x8, Cells: 64) By Joe Joyce.
- Lene Hau Chess. Pieces take several turns for doing one move, going only one square per turn. (8x8, Cells: 64) By Ralph Betza.
- Lengthleaper Hex Chess. The hex-prism geometry has surprisingly many equal-length compound leapers. (6x9x4, Cells: 136) By Charles Gilman.
- Leto Chess. Introducing the Leto, a doubly telekinetic piece, very versatile (with zrf). By M Winther.
- Letter Chess. Pieces are a diagram that shows a letter and their movement capabilities. (7x7, Cells: 49) By Ed Pegg Jr..
- Levitating Kings. Kings can levitate orthagonally or diagonally over a line of friendly pieces. (8x8, Cells: 64) By Gary K. Gifford.
- Ley Chess Alpha. A Game with many Pieces. By tilera Ley.
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