- 007 Chess. 007 Chess involves three move per turn, including one of your opponent's pieces.
- Accelerated Chess. White makes one move at first and then each player makes either a capturing move or two non-capturing moves.
- Amazons. Queens fire arrows to make squares unpassable. Last player that moves wins.
- Avalanche Chess. A popular chess variant, where you advance your opponents pawns. (Recognized!)
- Battle Line. A military-style variant with 48 pieces per side.
- BordahBee. A two-move, two-board game with restrictions for the second move according to the first move.
- Extra Move Chess. Move twice per turn with Extra Move Chess.
- Hexagonal Hole Chess. A hexagonal variant of Hole Chess. Engineers can move holes and barriers. Teleporters can relocate enemy pieces.
- Leandro's Chess. You may make a non-capturing move with each of your pieces in one turn, or make a normal capturing move.
- Marseillais Chess. Move twice per turn. (Recognized!)
- Moderate Progressive Chess. A player may move one more piece than his opponent just moved.
- Multimove FIDE Chess. Each turn utilizes a number of points that get applied to movement.
- Multiple of 10 Checkmate. Variant where you can only checkmate or be checkmated on move 10, 20, 30, ect..
- Royal Rumble. A 6 board all-out melee with random pieces, royals and starting positions.
- Twinmove Chess (uncompelled). Double move variant where a pawn can, optionally, be moved first.
- Twinmove-Chess (compulsory). Double move variant where a pawn must be moved first. (This is like a pistol held to your head.).
|16 'Play by mail item' entries listed||3 'Large board' entries listed|
|1 'Board with hexagonal shaped cells' entry listed|
Total items listed: 16