Starts with the letter 'Re'
- Re. Drop pieces on a 5 by 5 board. (5x5, Cells: 25) Author: Hans L. Bodlaender. Inventor: Reiner Knizia.
- Ready Chess. Pieces cannot capture right after capturing, they have to be restored first. (8x8, Cells: 64) By Tony Quintanilla.
- Real chess. Players start with placing their major pieces. (8x8, Cells: 64) Author: Hans L. Bodlaender. Inventor: E. I. Csaszar.
- Reality check. Remember the opposite site of flippable pieces. (Cells: 39) By Andrew Juell.
- Realm chess. Board is divided into realms and multiple pieces can move into and out of a realm in one turn. (8x8, Cells: 64) By Edward Jackman.
- Rebel Chess. King's Pawn is replaced by Recruiter piece that moves like an Alfil and can change a piece's side. (8x8, Cells: 64)
- Rebel Fury. A Variation of V.R. Parton's Royal Fury. (12x12, Cells: 144) By Larry L. Smith.
- Rebellion chess. Besides normal moves, you can move a piece of the opponent. (8x8, Cells: 64) By Ralph Betza.
- Recapitulative Chess. Variant where the Queen, Rook and Bishop have their older moves until promoted. (8x8, Cells: 64) By Charles Gilman.
- Recapturable Chess. Captured pieces belong to other player and then removed permanently. (8x8, Cells: 64) By (zzo38) A. Black.
- Rectahex Chesss. A chess variant that looks like hexagonal chess but can be played on a normal chess board. (8x8, Cells: 64) By Ralph Betza.
- Rectangular Cubic Chess. Experimental variant on 3d shaped board. (x6, Cells: 72) By Robert J. Bell.
- Recycle Chess. Players can capture and drop their own pieces. (8x8, Cells: 64) By Robert Huber.
- Red Fool Chess. Standard Chess, but with two extra rows and one semi autonomous piece, the Red Fool. By Amy Johnson.
- Redistribution 3d Chess. Relatively small 3d variant with short-range pieces including Pasha family. (4x6x4, Cells: 96) By Charles Gilman.
- Reduced Endgame Chess. Two kings and six pawns are used for practicing endgames. (8x8, Cells: 64) Author: David Howe.
- Reenterent Chess. There is one additional square where taken pieces can wait to reenter 5 by 8 main area. (5x8, Cells: 41) By Edward Lovett.
- Reflection teammate. Missing description (8x8, Cells: 64) By Daniil Frolov.
- Reflex Chess. Force your opponent to mate you. (8x8, Cells: 64) Author: David Howe. Inventor: William Geary.
- Reformed Chess. Introducing a new pawn swapping capability intended to solve the problem of drawishness in chess (with zrf). By M Winther.
- Refreshing Bubble Fizz Chess. When a piece moves, he can create a bubble. Pieces in bubbles cannot move for three turns, but may make two non-capturing moves. By Ralph Betza.
- Refusal Chess. Refuse your opponent to make certain moves. (8x8, Cells: 64) Author: Hans L. Bodlaender. Inventor: Fred Galvin.
- Regenbogen. Unusual spectrum-based game with Wizards, Clerics and Spirits. (Cells: 44) By Jared B. McComb.
- Regimental Chess . Commercial variant. Groups of pieces can form battalions and regiments and move at the same time. (36x16, Cells: 576)
- Regulator Chess. Game on a 35 square board with a 7 square track on which a piece moves that determines how Knights and Bishops can move. (6x7, Cells: 42) By Samuel H. Bell.
- Relative Lumberjack. Pieces move the same as other pieces in its file. (8x8, Cells: 64) By John Smith.
- Relative Transposition Chess. Game where pieces move relative to each other rather than by themselves. By Daniel Robert MacDuff.
- Relativistic Chess. Squares attacked by the opponent are considered not to exist. (8x8, Cells: 64) Author: Hans L. Bodlaender. Inventor: Kevin Whyte.
- Relay Chess. Pieces inherit the ability of friendly pieces they are in the attack range of. (8x8, Cells: 64) By Johnny Luken.
- Reldoub. Game with river, relays, walls, and fractions. (11x11, Cells: 121) By (zzo38) A. Black.
- Relocation Chess. A remarkably easy method of rearranging the standard array of pieces (with zrf). By M Winther.
- The Remarkable Rookies. A team for Chess with Different Armies with Rook-like pieces. By Ralph Betza.
- Remote Sensing. 2 remote sensor pieces per side can mimic pieces on their current square color. (9x9, Cells: 81) By Gary K. Gifford.
- Remote Sensing with On & Off-Board Detection. Special pieces mimic others, some on-board, some which have been captured. (9x9, Cells: 81) By Gary K. Gifford.
- Renniassance Chess. With 68 pieces on board of 12 by 12. (12x10, Cells: 120) By Eric V. Greenwood.
- Rental Chess. You must pay rent for the squares where your pieces are: centre squares are more expensive. (8x8, Cells: 64) By Ralph Betza.
- Repeating Chess. A slight variation of Replacement Chess. Captured pieces must be put on an empty square on the board. (8x8, Cells: 64) Author: Hans L. Bodlaender.
- Retiar Chess. Introducing the Retiar, a bifurcating bounce-slider, on an H-board (zrf available). By M Winther.
- Retreating Chess. Pieces must fall back one square after each move. (8x8, Cells: 64) By Adrian Alvarez de la Campa.
- Retro Chess. A chess game progresses backwards from an empty board. (8x8, Cells: 64) By Mike Smolowitz.
- Retrochess. Play chess from the end of the game backwards. (8x8, Cells: 64) By João Pedro Neto and Ralph Betza.
- Rettah. Different setup and powerfull king. Taking obligatory when in check. (8x8, Cells: 64) Author: Vu Q Vo. Inventor: Vernon Rylands Parton.
- Revenge of the King. http://xn--perlebr-bxa.de/2010/02/Vergeltung-des-K%C3%B6nigs. (8x8, Cells: 64) By Martin Janecke.
- Reversi Chess. Pieces closed in on a line can be converted to the other side. (8x8, Cells: 64) By Terry H. Jones.
- Revised Chess. The pawn can also capture forwards if positioned on 7th rank. Thus, many more won endgames (zrf included). By M Winther.
- Rex . Six Direction Chess. By Arnaldo Rodrigues D'Almeida.
- REX Hexagonal Chess. Six Direction Chess. (Cells: 85) By Arnaldo Rodrigues D'Almeida.
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