The Chess Variant Pages



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Unirexal Chess

If you had a Java-capable browser, you could play Unirexal Chess here.
Keys "s"=save "l"=load "b"=back once

V R Parton suggested this setup in 1961. I have games in pairs; who can defeat White faster?

Chess Variants

These are simple illustrations rather than strong opponents.

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Written by Ed Friedlander


WWW Page Added: Sunday, June 27, 2002 


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Credits

Author: Ed Friedlander. Inventor: Vernon Rylands Parton.

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This item is a Java program
It belongs to categories: Two dimensional, Each player has a different army
It was last modified on: 2002-09-04
 Author: Ed  Friedlander. Inventor: Vernon Rylands Parton. Unirexal Chess. Which player can win faster, given a queen in place of a king?
George Svokos wrote on 2009-10-31 EDTExcellent ★★★★★
This is another attempt by Parton to change the rules of chess to make an interesting variant, with just one king to mate. Another interesting change Parton made was his 'Parton's Game' which strengthens the King's side of the board and allows the rooks to be developed faster. In both variants, Parton is addressing what he perceives as undesirable qualities in the King's position.

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