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Now that you mention it, I've seen a few spherical chess sets.
May favorite would have to be the three player version where each player has two full sets of pieces on a massive wrap-around circular board. One set on the inner side and one set on the outer side of the circle.
Since it's three player that means two players can gang up and or block for each other.
I'm afraid these new variations catch on and I'll have to get my less-than-mobile-mind to adapt...
This looks so cool, I need to buy the set and play, going to have a lot of fun.
This could be featured in a good campaign:
On the left the photo of a real chessboard. On the right the photo of that thing.
The caption: don't do drugs, kids.
I would like to play !
What do you play against 1.e4?
by slowdeath22 a few minutes ago
by Crazychessplaya 4 minutes ago
I'm confused by today's puzzle...
by DannyPower 6 minutes ago
I have a problem.
by guy65 9 minutes ago
Grandmasters should play more with amateurs not themselves
by TRextastic 9 minutes ago
KID with 1...e5 against the English
by TwoMove 13 minutes ago
8/30/2016 - Winning Clean
by some1new 13 minutes ago
Beating an arch-opponent in a cool opening
by solskytz 15 minutes ago
by super-bird 17 minutes ago
Just played my first game with zero inaccuracies
by DavidPeters2 23 minutes ago
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