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Hi everyone. I'm dad who is playing chess with his kid, who is 7, and we started with No Stress Chess, now I'm thinking about designing one for Chinese Chess.
The concepts are similar and well I'm testing out cards
take a look...
If the idea sticks, I will design the board and test it out...
You blog is blocked here in the mainland so I can't see :( . Interesting idea though. I feel like some parts of Chinese Chess are not very intuitive and may be difficult to explain/describe succinctly on a small card however. Specifically, "tripping" knights and the way the cannon's normal moves and taking moves have different rules. Good luck!
Don't forget perpetual check = lose, not draw.
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