The Chess Variant Pages

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Here at The Chess Variant Pages, we have many pages that describe, or even let you play, numerous games that are related to, based on, or similar enough to Chess. Like the world of living Chess pieces Alice found through the looking-glass, the world of Chess variants is one in which the usual and familiar game of Chess takes a turn for the strange and novel.

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Designed and coded by Fergus Duniho. The artwork is from John Tenniel's illustrations of Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There. The font for 404 is Source Sans Pro Black. The font for the other text in the images is Alice, which was designed for reading Lewis Carroll's Alice novels. The word frumious was an invention of Lewis Carroll, a portmanteau word that combined fuming and furious. It first appeared in his poem Jabberwocky in Through the Looking-Glass.