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Hexes Chess is a relatively new commercial variant of hexagonal chess. It is similar in many ways to the more famous Glinski's Hexagonal Chess, but what attracted me to it was the smaller board and higher piece density. The battle gets going very quickly. And you need to watch out for some quick smother mates via the long-range knights.
The components are pretty nice. The pieces are just the standard "club special", but the set comes with a good roll-up board, drawstring bags, and even a carrying case.
Here's a video of a complete Hexes Chess game:
Here's a photo of a typical mate.
For more info about Hexes Chess click here: Hexes Chess
If dat is your thing msjenned, then you MUST do it. LOL
:::Amy :> all I want to do is wipe my feet on the board ")
There are three bishops, each one starting on a different color. As in standard chess, a bishop cannot leave its color.
I'd like to try that... But can the bishop moves on any color?
Yeah, it's nonskid. LOL
That board makes a good bathroom mat.
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