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The Chess Variant Pages



External Link

This is a link to an external site for: Chaos

Chaos: http://www.monmouth.com/~colonel/chess/chaos.html

Chaos is a Chess variant designed by later U.S. Master Ron Kensek while a High School Student in Tonawanda, N.Y, in 1974. It is played with a regular International Chess set, and its major purpose was apparently to baffle on-lookers. <p> This page by Col. G. L. Sicherman has much more complete description of this <em>interesting</em> game than the one found in The Encyclopedia of Chess Variants.


This 'link page' is meant to provide a link to another website. Note that we have no connection to, nor bear responsibility for the linked sites.

Inventor: Ron Kensek.
Web page created: 2002-08-11. Web page last updated: 2002-08-11