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Rose. Can make consecutive knightmoves in a circle.[All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
Jeremy Good wrote on 2015-05-24 UTC
My Oxford Companion to Chess, by Whyld and Hopper, informs me that the Rose was invented by the French composer Robert Meignant (1924-) in 1968 and used in FAIRY PROBLEMS; it is moved like a nightrider but on an octagonal path....