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Hazlewood's Hexagonal Chess

If you had a Java-capable browser, you could play Hazlewood's Hexagonal Chess here.
Keys "s"=save "l"=load "b"=back once

Proprietary game called "Artificial Intelligence", 1986. Win by checkmating or getting you royal piece to the opposite end.

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These are simple illustrations rather than strong opponents.

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Author: Ed Friedlander. Inventor: Richard Hazlewood.

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Hazlewood's Hexagonal Chess. Hexagonal Chess on a diamond-shaped board with many short-moving pieces.

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