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Mrs. Graycheck's Chess

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My assistant Tom Demark MD remembers that when he was in third grade in Independence, Missouri, his teacher Mrs. Graycheck taught the class to play chess, and organized a tournament. Tom was the strongest player. In this classroom, pawns promoted only to pieces already captured. (If there was none available, I have assumed that the pawn never promoted.) This must have been implemented to prevent borrowing from other sets, which would have left some with missing queens.

Chess Variants

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Written by Ed Friedlander


WWW Page Added: Sunday, December 30, 2001