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The Chess Variant Pages



This page is written by the game's inventor, John Smith.

Cannono

Setup

Same as FIDE Chess.

Pieces

Same as FIDE Chess.

Rules

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Whenever a piece moves without capturing, it does so by moving onto a piece with its non-capturing move, then moving again with its non-capturing move, in any direction. Pieces capture normally.

You lose if your King is checkmated or bared or you are stalemated.



Black to move and mate in one.

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By John Smith.
Web page created: 2009-01-08. Web page last updated: 2009-01-08