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During the "mobilization phase", each side moves its units
at liberty without taking turns. The mobilization
phase ends when a capture occurs.
I have followed Pritchard who says that bishops
move two squares diagonally and may jump.
Queens move diagonally one square at a time.
Move your last piece 7 times and claim a draw.
I had the game end with checkmate.
These are simple illustrations rather than strong opponents.
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Written by Ed Friedlander
WWW Page Added: Sunday, December 30, 2001