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The Connect Capture game is better than chess !
Connect Capture is a penci and paper game that combines Chess with Dots and Boxes.
You can view this game at: http://connectcapture.blogspot.ca/
The rules for that game look far more complicated than chess. I still don't understand your game.
I have updated the rules. The game is now called Connect Score. You can view the game rules and game printouts at: http://connect-score.blogspot.ca/
Hopefully the rules for the game now make sense. Let me know what you think.
Rick Nordal ( Vancouver, BC, Canada )
Review: Official Staunton Morphy Boxwood and Sheesham Chess Set
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Did I have a chance of Winning?Queen's pawn opening Nc3
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Recommend me a good long-term black d4 repertoire book
by RussBell 11 minutes ago
I'd like to report a bug in a game between computer and me I noticed computer played some illegal mo
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Studying openings is highly UNDERrated!
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I want to learn systematically
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