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The Four 'Modern' Chess Principles

First seen in Gabriel Vicente Maura's 1968 creation Modern Chess, the four 'modern' chess principles now have generalized definitions that are available to be used in other chess variants.

The "modern" chess principles are:

"Modern" variants

The existing variants (with board size) that use the 'Modern' chess principles are:

"Modern" Principles

Notes

Compiled by:

José Manuel Carrillo-Muñiz, from Puerto Rico
May 2008

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By Jose Carrillo.
Web page created: 2008-05-17. Web page last updated: 2008-05-17