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The Chess Variant Pages



This page is written by the game's inventor, João Neto.

Portuguese Progressive Chess

Everybody in the CV world knows Progressive Chess. There is the Scottish, the English and the Italian variant, now let's meet the Portuguese one. This variant was invented by Joao Pedro Neto, in January 2000.

Rules

  1. The Scottish Progressive Chess rules apply except in the following:
  2. Each piece can only be used once in each turn.
  3. If, by some reason, the player cannot use all its moves, he must move what he can and then pass.

Written by Joao Pedro Neto.
WWW page created: January 25, 2000.