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Makruk (Thai chess). Rules and information. (8x8, Cells: 64) (Recognized!)[All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
Anonymous wrote on 2010-06-06 UTC
Have makruk any historical (or at least invented by well-known thai player) 'grand' variants'? I asked it because not only western chess and shogi have large variants: shatranj have well-known large variants, xiang-qi hhave seven players variant, played on go-board, and even mongolian shatar have large variant hiashatar, so makruk probably may have large variant to. Yes, i know about makruk variants, invented by cv members, but there almost any game have it's variant, as i told above, i'm asking about 'historical or invented by well-known thai player'.