"Chess is cruel and aggressive ..." Yes, chess is also a very challenging game.
So if you are worried that chess is too complicated for you, we have
an alternative for you, try “Czech Chess”. It is a new game from czech
boardgame designer Petr Doubek. "Czech chess" is played on a classic chessboard
without a king and queen, no capturing and no pawn moves.
It's more peaceful and easier to play, but you can enjoy similar combine
like at classical chess. However you will not experience crushing matt attacks
and victims of several figures in this game, but “Czech Chess” can help
you to improve the knowledge of positional games for classic chess or help
you overcome the fear of chess complexity.
Rooks, knights and bishops move just like chess, and pawns remain in position
until the end of the game. You can place your pawn in a situation if at least
three pieces are attacking one field - pawns don't attack. The goal of the game
is to place all eight pawns on the board.
Try “Czech Chess”, we welcome your feedback.
Game rules for Czech Chess
Basic position: rooks, knights and bishops are placed as in classical chess, no other figures are built Movement of chess pieces: pieces move like in chess, pawns don't move or promotion into pieces Stroke: A player who is on a turn can pull a piece or place pawns on a field that is attacked by
three or more of his pieces - the pawns do not attack and the pieces are not capturing Game Goal: The player who has placed all eight pawns on the board wins Draw: if a turn occurs, or the player has no chance to move with any piece