Tuesday, July 21, 2009


Pip's Three-Handed Chess

Pip's Three-Handed Chess is a chess variant for three players played using a standard square chess board. It is played as a series of at least two games, in which the winner is the first player to mate each opponent in a game.

Standard chess rules apply, with the following exceptions or clarifications:

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