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Chess with Mixed Pawns. Four normal and four Berolina pawns per player. (8x8, Cells: 64) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
George Duke wrote on 2010-11-18 UTC
No. Never. In fact, the one or the two of the four would be new Pawn-type. That is why I passed on answering, not having the complete answer. Right, Frolov's is an incredibly good one mixed line-up. They are Ortho-Pawn, Berolina Pawn, Shogi adding passive two-step, Berolina Shogi passive-two-stepped. As to en passant there all ways, Ave Caissa.