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SELECT * FROM `Item` LEFT JOIN `IndexEntry` USING (ItemID) WHERE `IsHidden` = 0 AND `Item`.`IsDeleted` = 0 AND `Language` = 'English' AND `LinkText` LIKE 'Sm%' ORDER BY `LinkText`, `Item`.`Summary` ASC LIMIT 500 OFFSET 0
- Small Game Nearlydoubles. Nearlydouble versions of Diana, Los Alamos, et cetera. (7x10, Cells: 70) By Charles Gilman.
- Small Spherical Chess. Board of form of sphere, with 38 squares. (Cells: 38) By Andrea Mori.
- Small-Deacon Chess. Missing description (7x7, Cells: 49) By (zzo38) A. Black.
- Smaller Alice Chess. Missing description Author: Abdul-Rahman Sibahi. Inventor: Vernon Rylands Parton.
- Smallest possible 2D and 3D chess. Missing description (2x(2x2), Cells: 4) By Daniil Frolov.
- Smegi . Arrows on squares show where pieces can go - crossover between Smess and Shogi. By Fergus Duniho.
- Smegi. Arrows on squares show where pieces can go - crossover between Smess and Shogi. (5x8, Cells: 40) By Fergus Duniho.
- Smegi Photographs. Photo's of small chess variant, a hybrid of Smess and Shogi. By Fergus Duniho.
- Smess . Produced and sold in the early 70's by Parker Brothers. Arrows on squares determine direction pieces can move. Author: Fergus Duniho.
- Smess. Play this Parker Brothers Chess variant on Jocly. Author: Michel Gutierrez and Jérôme Choain. Inventor: Perry Grant.
- Smess. Play this old Parker Brothers game in which arrows direct movement. (Recognized!) Author: Fergus Duniho. Inventor: Reuben Klamer.
- Smess. British name of Smess, a Parker Brothers game in which arrows on squares determine the directions pieces may move. (7x8, Cells: 56) (Recognized!) Author: Fergus Duniho and David Howe. Inventor: Perry Grant.
- SMIRF. Program that plays various 8x10 chess variants. Author: Reinhard Scharnagl.
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