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Chess Equalizer dice

Chess Equalizer (or: Chess=izer) dice are ten sided dice, with a piece featured on each side of the dice. Four sides have a pawn on it; one side has an infinity symbol, which means any piece. Each player gets one die. The players rolls their die to see which piece they move, if it is a legal move.

The Chessizer dice are sold by Fred Pennington:

Chess Equalizer Dice
Fred Pennington
P.O. Box 444
Arlington, TX 76004-444
USA

For more information and ordering (a price of US$ 7 is mentioned), see the website of Fred Pennington:


Written by Will Eastep, Hans Bodlaender.
WWW page created: November 1, 1996. Last modified: November 10, 1999.