Masonic ChessMasonic Chess is played on a masonic tiled board. It was invented by George R. Dekle in 1983
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Pieces, all pieces move the same way as in chess , except for the bishop which also may make one step orthogonally. orthogonal movement is defined as moving to a cell sharing a border with the currently occupied square, diagonal movement is defined as move to the squares adjacently left or right of the two front or back cells. as seen from each cell
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Author: KelvinFox. Inventor: George Dekle.
Web page created: 2019-01-28. Web page last updated: 2018-09-03