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A 3-D chess variant from Texas Educational
Devices, 1966, for psychological experiments.
Knights move one square diagonally in any direction. I have the
fifty move rule kick in if there have been no pawn moves on the same level.
Pritchard says nothing about pawn promotion. I let them promote
when they reach the opposite side.
These are simple illustrations rather than strong opponents.
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Written by Ed Friedlander
WWW Page Added: Sunday, December 30, 2001