1st Email Championship Chess with Different ArmiesChess with different armies is a chess variant, invented by Ralph Betza. In 2001, a championship will be held, where the games will be played by email.
- ZRF for Version of Chess with Different Armies for 1st Email Championship Chess with Different Armies. By Peter Aronson. File you can use if you agree with your opponent to use Zillions-of-Games to play the game.
- Rules of the contest.
- Some of the games played in round 1 of the contest.
ResultsThere are four participants. Each participant plays two games against each other participant; one game in each of two rounds. The results of round one are known:
|Peter Aronson||David Howe||David Paulowich||Tony Quintanilla||Points in Round one|
|Tony Quintanilla||1/2||1||1||X||2 1/2|
Not all results of round two were received by me (HLB), but David Paulowich was the winner of the competition.
Written by Hans Bodlaender.
WWW page created: September 26, 2001. Last modified: February 7, 2005.