Different Variations of Double Chess Game

In 1929, a double chess game was recorded between Capablanca and Maroczy. The variant chess was played on a 12×16 board and each player had double the pieces of a normal chess game. The invention was by Julian S. Grant Hayward in 1916.

The rules to this game were that the pawns could make an

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How the Chess Pieces Were Constituted

It is interesting how Synergy Chess set is composed and the origins of the pieces themselves. The game is made up of 32 pieces, double the amount of pieces in a normal chessboard. All the 32 pieces have specific position on the Synergy Chess game board. The pieces themselves have different designs and are

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How to Play Synergy Chess

One of the most popular board games worldwide, and also one of the oldest is Chess, a two-player game played on a board that has 64 squares arranged in an 8×8 fashion and 32 pieces arranged on two ends of the board and each player starts 16 pieces.

Just like the normal chess game, Synergy

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