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Yalta. A three player chess variant. (Cells: 96) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
Colin Rowat wrote on 2019-11-09 UTC
  1. how does Yalta compare to other three-player chess variants?  (I'd come across it as a teen, so have a soft spot for it.  It also looks like a more direct extension of two-player chess than some others that I've seen - which I also like.)
  2. is there anyone who makes Yalta chess mats?

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