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CCChess-FF(In-Yan variant)

This is a rules file for Zillions of Games, a Windows program that will let you play any puzzle or strategy board game you can feed it the rules to. With Zillions-of-Games installed, this rules file will let you play this game against your computer.

Description

A relative scale of values for this game are : Pawn or Peon: 1x10; Knight: 2.5x2; Bishop: 3.5x2; Rook: 5x2; Centaur: 6; Marshal: 7; Queen: 8; Amazon: 9.5; Fil: 2.5x2; Camel: 4,5x2; War machine: 5.5; Vizir: 5.5; Cannon: 5.5x2; Dragon: 9.

Most things that are valid in ordinary chess also goes for this variant.

All Pawns and Peons, can be promoted to pieces of the own army in the final rank only.The 15 different moves pieces are participate in this game (9 different pieces from both sides.

Exact values might be very different depending on game situations. Most things that are valid in ordinary chess also goes for CCChess-FF(In-yan variant).

Pawns and Peons defended like this: 1 1 1 5 4 3 3 2 2 1; =23 and 1 1 2 4 3 4 3 2 1 1; =23. The set up, without Amazon for the West chess was invented by Christian Freeling. But some rules was changed and added extra piece Amazon. Set up for the East army are new.Pieces set is complete with all combinations of the moves of the light pieces, three consistently located squares has been differently filled. Almost, all pieces has possibility to made first move and mutually protected.Camel and Cannon from the East Army are very old ancient pieces with not traditional moves of classical chess.

The Amazon and the Dragon - are a very powerful pieces, capable of giving mate by itself.

The quantity of all possible combinations (legal and illegal)of the game are equal 3 in degree 268.


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Web page created: 2011-12-28. Web page last updated: 2011-12-28