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David Short wrote on 2002-09-01 UTCExcellent ★★★★★
Isn't it about time that www.chessvariants.com run another
Large Variants contest? I submit that every variant of 65 squares
or more which wasn't in the first contest which has been published
on this site since the original contest in 1999 ended (as well
as any new submissions) should be eligible. I submitted my variant
Doublechess (on a 16 by 8 board) just a couple of months after
the deadline for entries for the first contest. I had not been aware
of the existence of this site before then. David, Hans, Peter,
what say you? When are we going to get a new Large Variants contest
on this site??

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