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Berolina Chess with Different Armies
Of course, you can take any random chess variant and play it with
the standard different armies; but Berolina Chess is an especially
interesting choice because it raises the question of how much do the
values of the pieces depend on the way the Pawns move?
Berolina Pawns move diagonally and capture straight forward, and so
for example a Rook cannot sit behind a Pawn and push it in to Queen,
and a Bishop cannot be defended by a Pawn that the Bishop in turn