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Contrast Chess. Pieces lose or gain strength depending on the colour of the square they stand on. (8x8, Cells: 64) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
(zzo38) A. Black wrote on 2011-03-04 UTC
I have made the ZRF: ChessVariants.zrf (select 'Contrast chess' from variants menu). However, it is strange, because red piece are strong in white square, and cyan piece is strong in black square.

Adrian Alvarez de la Campa wrote on 2006-01-14 UTCGood ★★★★
I had a similar idea recently, but this looks pretty interesting. Has anyone played this? I'm surprised there's no ZRF.

Anonymous wrote on 2004-05-26 UTC
I think that the 'Weak' knights should get a lame knight move, not an orthogonal one. For all the other pieces, they get weaker moves of their old moves, not completely new ones. I'm not sure whether this a good thing, but in some cases players might actually want the wazir move!

Breadman wrote on 2003-04-23 UTCExcellent ★★★★★
Note that when using the standard rules, each player has one bishop that's always strong, and the other always weak.

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