Hi ,The game sounds really good, but not played it yet. I think you should explain the objective of the game first! Like how do you win? Is there two winners and one looser? When you mate one opponent, what happens next?
Post by 787dreamliner on Sept 20, 2011 21:14:21 GMT -5
Never played the game myself but i've been intrigued by it for many years ever since i saw it on ChessUSA. Still in my opinion i can say it looks like it'll work better than the other odd board shaped like a letter Y.
i just thought of something. what if White's pawn gets to the 1st space next to gray/Black's creek and an opposing pawn is on the other side. can it cross and capture? what if it is going across the corner of a bridged moat to promote and capture?
Hi, in the rules/creeks it does mention that once a pawn passes across the center, it no longer must recognize creeks, so once across the creek, it's just like other pieces. But no piece can ever capture or check across a moat horizontally, or diagonally across the corner whether it is bridged (open), or unbridged (closed).