[ Help | Earliest Comments | Latest Comments ][ List All Subjects of Discussion | Create New Subject of Discussion ][ List Earliest Comments Only For Pages | Games | Rated Pages | Rated Games | Subjects of Discussion ]Single Comment Duel Chess. Captured pieces are sent to a separate Duel board to see who is eliminated and who returns. (2x(5x7), Cells: 43) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]Carlos MartÃn-F. wrote on 2003-07-06 UTCGood ★★★★OK. You see, I had thought that if, for example, white captures a black piece (in the Main Board) when the Duel Board is full, he or she would put the recently captured black piece in the place of another black piece that is on the Duel Board. Now I understand it all :) and I think it makes sense, and goes with the spirit of the game. As for the pawns, maybe you are right, and having so few pawns makes it easy to keep track of those who still have double-step move options. Just one quick note more: I have noticed something funny. I have read 'Pieces cannot move through the middle square or leap over it, except for the Knight'. My question was: What about Dabbabah's? Can they leap the middle square? Then I looked at the ASCII diagram of the Duel Chess board and the idea of the supporting column made me think that, perhaps, you didn't want Dabbabah's to jump through the central square because they would crash into the column, whereas Knights seemed to avoid the column in their jump. Was that your intention? If not, don't you think it is quite reasonable? :) Congratulations for your game, and thank you for your answer.