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Strong Yang. Another way of applying the Nearlydouble principle to a variant with Cannons. (13x13, Cells: 169) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
George Duke wrote on 2007-06-16 UTCPoor ★
Rating: 3 out of possible 10. Fractionally better than Long Yang with all the same reasoning applying but the board is 13 squared, a nice size.
I think a cultural Turkish Great Chess or two, be they circa 1650 or 1700 or 1800, are precisely 13x13.  Possibly this could have been incorporated into Long Yang itself.  Next up is Partnership Mitregi, look it over for what you would say about Partnership Mitregi, above Poor I believe,  a recent post 'What's New'.

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