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The Chess Variant Pages



External Link

Since the original link to Chessex is broken, the link now goes to an archived copy at the Internet Archive:

Chessex

Patrick K. Mullen has invented the game Chessex: a chess variant that can be played with two or three players on a hexagonal chessboard. On his site, you can read the clearly described rules, given with diagrams, and a few additional optional rules.


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Inventor: Patrick K. Mullen.
Web page created: 0000-00-00. Web page last updated: 2001-01-04