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The Circular Chess Society Information Pack. Rules of Circular Chess and Information on the Circular Chess Society. (Cells: 64) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
Rob Stevens wrote on 2002-11-19 UTC
Fiona is quite right - it does look as if the queen can do a knight move. 
This must have happened in expanding the board size, the arrow should
point to the black on the diagonal.  The queen can only (?) do bishop and
rook as normal queens do. Apologies for any confusion.  David Howe has
very kindly volunteered to extend the arrow a tad. Thanks for the
comment.