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This game, also called Dunsany's Game, was invented by Lord Dunsany
in 1942. Michael Keller, in World Game
Review, issue 10 gives a reference to a booklet of chess inventor and
publicist Joseph Boyer for this game.
White has 32 pawns, located at all squares in rows 1, 2, 3, and 4. Black
has the usual set of pieces. Whites pawns do not have an initial double
move, and promote as usual, while for black normal chess rules apply.
Black starts the game, and wins when he has taken all white pawns; white
wins by checkmating black.