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Lex Parker wrote on 2012-01-14 UTC
1.	Trademark:
Dragon Chess Inc. has a US Patent No. 6,799,763 issued October 5, 2004 and
the Canadian Patent No. 2476144 . The trademark DRAGON CHESS was registered
in Canada under TMA600114 on January 1, 2004 and in the US under
Registration No. 2958948 on June 7, 2005.

2.	Patents:
Canadian Patent & U.S. Patent Number: 6,799,763
The present invention relates to a modified chess game for two players
comprising a chessboard having a central section having a first side and a
second side, said central section containing squares arranged in vertical
rows and horizontal rows, and a first field section located along the first
side of said central section and a second field section located along the
second side of said central section, wherein each of said first and second
field sections contain squares arranged in vertical rows and horizontal
rows; preferably at least twenty playing pieces for each player consisting
of ten pawns, one king, one queen, two rooks, two bishops, two knights and
at least two additional pieces. In a preferred embodiment the two
additional pieces are identical and can move a maximum of three squares in
any direction. The additional pieces are preferably adapted to represent
dragons. The board layout is patented as is the Dragon in context to this
game.

3.	Dragon:
We designed the Dragon, had it cast and like any piece of original art or
sculpture it is owned by the creator until sold.  It is NOT royalty-free!

4.	Any copy of these is an infringement on the game.

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