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Week ending Dec 31, 2011
- Link to: Rainbowchess . Cards determine which pieces are placed on the board. Author: Hans L. Bodlaender. Inventor: Jozias Hillenkamp and Melchior Hillenkamp.
Week ending Aug 16, 2008
- Lubny Chess. 100 cell chess variant invented in 1972.
Week ending Mar 29, 2008
- Leapfrog Chess. The pawn can leap over any man in its initial two-step move (with zrf). By M Winther.
Week ending Feb 24, 2007
- Leto Chess. Introducing the Leto, a doubly telekinetic piece, very versatile (with zrf). By M Winther.
Week ending Oct 28, 2006
- Ladon Chess. Introducing the Ladon, a short-range piece that can repel any other piece, and also capture this way (zrf available). By M Winther.
Week ending Oct 07, 2006
- Laquear Chess. Introducing the Laquear, that captures like a bishop, but moves by the collision method (zrf available). By M Winther.
Week ending Jan 06, 2001
- Logis 3D. 3d-chess variant by R. Planesi. (Link.). Inventor: Ronald D. Planesi.
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|7 'Game' entries listed||1 'Three dimensional' entry listed|
|4 'Large board' entries listed||1 'Uses cards' entry listed|
|3 'Unorthodox shaped board' entries listed||2 'In a category all its own' entries listed|
|1 'Sold commercially' entry listed|
Total items listed: 7