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Week ending May 23, 2020
- Hexofen. 91-cell hexagonal variant with three knights and parallel pawn rows. Author: Daniil Frolov.
Week ending Apr 01, 2017
- Hyperchess . Commercial page, advertising beautiful but expensive 3-dimensional chess sets. (Link.).
Week ending Oct 09, 2010
Week ending Aug 14, 2010
Week ending Nov 07, 2009
- Hikaru Nakamura. Current U.S. Champion is also accomplished at some variants. By Jeremy Gabriel Good.
Week ending Sep 20, 2008
Week ending Nov 11, 2006
- Hiashatar. A Mongolian historical variant, featuring the very special Bodyguard piece (zrf available). Author: M Winther.
- Hexagonal Boards . Java Utility. By Graeme C Neatham.
Week ending Sep 30, 2006
- Hoplomach Chess. Introducing the Hoplomach, a dynamic bifurcation cannon, related to the Korean cannon, on an H-board (zrf available). By M Winther.
- Hoplit Chess. Introducing the Hoplit, a very mobile modern relative of the Korean cannon, on an H-board (zrf available). By M Winther.
Week ending Sep 23, 2006
- Helmsman Chess. Introducing the Helmsman and the bounce-move, whereby the piece deviates orthogonally. A very positional piece (zrf available). By M Winther.
Week ending Sep 16, 2006
- Howitzer Chess. Introducing another piece named Howitzer, a fearful form of cannon, on the H-board. For the advanced tactician. With zrf. By M Winther.
Week ending Aug 12, 2006
- HiddenLynx. A beautiful, user-friendly, Windows program for Chinese Chess. Author: Fergus Duniho. Inventor: Mikko Oksalahti.
Week ending Dec 03, 2005
- Historical Variants. Case Western Reserve University Medieval Society Games Page. Author: Jess Rudolph.
Week ending May 21, 2005
Week ending Feb 19, 2005
- Hyperchess. A chess variant on a board representing 4-D space that closely parallels traditional Chess. Author: Larry L. Smith. Inventor: Joe Joyce.
Week ending Dec 13, 2003
- Hexes Chess . Hexes Chess requires fewer chess pieces and a smaller board than conventional chess, but increases the mobility of each piece. Author: Ed Friedlander. Inventor: Mike Layfield.
Week ending Nov 29, 2003
- Hexes Chess . Link: Hexagonal Chess in 54 hexes, using orthodox pieces. Includes enhanced Pawn movement and castling. The board is elongated.&. By Mike Layfield.
Week ending Jul 05, 2003
- Hiashatar . Mongolian Great Chess played on a 10x10 board with a pair of Bodyguard pieces per side. Author: L. U. Kisljuk.
Week ending Jun 07, 2003
- Hexes Compressed Chess . Link: This version of Hexagonal Chess has rotated cells so that the angles point up and down. By Mike Layfield.
Week ending Mar 29, 2003
Week ending Aug 17, 2002
Week ending Jun 29, 2002
- Hnefatafl - the Strategic Board Game of the Vikings . Detailed rules and history of a Chess-like game played for 100's of years in Northern Europe. Author: Sten Helmfrid.
Week ending Sep 22, 2001
- Hexichess . 3D hexagonal Chess. DOS program playing this game, and information and photo of expensive glass set. (x3, Cells: 75)
Week ending Jan 06, 2001
- Hunt, Ethan. Website of Ethan Hunt. Author: Ethan Hunt.
- Hyperchess . At the beginning of the game, you specify pieces that disappear from the board and reappear at a later turn. Author: Hans L. Bodlaender.
Week ending Mar 20, 1999
Week ending Oct 31, 1998
- Hexagonal Chess . Half-century old hexagonal chess variant from Soviet Union. Inventor: Isaak Grigorevich Shafran.
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