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All-Mate Chess

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Chris Taylor, 1979. Capture is by checkmating a unit, i.e., setting up a position in which the piece could not be rescued according to the rules of FIDE chess. Placing one's own king in check is legal. Win by checkmating the opponent's king.

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All-Mate Chess

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Author: Ed Friedlander. Inventor: Chris Taylor.

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All-Mate Chess. Capture a piece only by rendering it unable to avoid FIDE capture.
Will Egan wrote on 2013-06-28 EDTExcellent ★★★★★
Makes for an interesting strategy.

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