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©2005 Paul Glover

3D Chess
or
Dimensionalized Chess

"CHESS -
THE NEXT GENERATION"

KING:
Can move to or capture all squares one square away from it
(either diagonally or straight up and down), one level below or above the square on which it is currently sitting.

QUEEN:
Same as king.
(If on Ad2, it controls 9 squares directly below it on B)

ROOK:
Can move to or capture one square directly below or above the square on which it is sitting. (eg. Aa1 controls/captures Ba1)

BISHOP:
Movement similar to that of the king except it cannot move directly above or below the square on which it is sitting (opposite to a rook). This dimensional movement allows the bishop to move on an 'angle', to/or capture a white or black square.
(Opening: Ac1 - Bb1, Bb2, Bc2, bd1, Bd2)

KNIGHT:
Moves like an "L" dimensionally. Therefore, it moves one square down or up from the square on which it is sitting followed by movement two squares forward.
(eg. Ab1 controls/captures Bb3, Bd1)

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