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August 3, 2010

Capturing particular force in an army

Filed under: Chess Miscellaneous — Baron Turner @ 8:04 pm

Extinction Chess is a chess variant with unusual goal stated particularly for it. Here all the pieces are treated as same. No piece has any special characteristic. It follows the standard rules with the exception in the goal of the player. The goal is not to checkmate the opponent’s king but to capture any one kind of his pieces totally. The following may be the possible winning conditions.

• Capture opponent’s king.
• Capture opponent’s queen.
• Capture both of his knights.
• Capture both of his rooks.
• Capture both of his bishops.
• Capture all his pawns except the promoted one.

On completing one of the tasks the player is said to be won the game. The king has no special advantage here.

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