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Wildebeest Decimal Chess. A Wildebeest Chess adaptation to the decimal board.[All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
H. G. Muller wrote on 2021-05-13 UTC

I Implemented a way to have both 1-step (O1) castling and castling that ends on the Rook square in the same variant. Both can be selected through clicking the Rook as destination of the King moves. This was already the case, and the diagram would perform the castling indicated in the move definition. But if this is ambiguous, it now request a third click for entering the King destination, and the square next to the King will then be interpreted as castling, rather than a normal move.

satellite=wild files=10 ranks=10 promoZone=1 promoChoice=QW stalemate=win graphicsDir=http://chessvariants.com/graphics.dir/alfaeriePNG/ squareSize=50 graphicsType=png lightShade=#FFDEAD darkShade=#CD853F rimColor=#8B4513 coordColor=#FFDEAD borders=0 firstRank=1 useMarkers=1 pawn::::a3-j3 camel::::a1,j1 knight:N:::c2,h2 bishop::::d2,g2 rook::::b2,i2 queen::::e2 wildebeest::NC::f1 king::KisO1isO2isO3ilO4::f2

Wildebeest Decimal Chess