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tutti frutti chess was invented in 1978 by Ralph Betsa and Philip Cohen . There are nine different pieces (each player starts a game with eight pawns (placed on their standard Chess positions) , one Amazon (on the D column) , one Marshall (on the A column) , one Cardinal (on the G column) , one queen (on the F column) , one rook (on the H column) , one bishop (on the C column) , one knight (on the B column) and one king (on the E column) .
In move , Marshall = knight and rook , Amazon = queen and knight , and Cardinal = bishop and knight
The king cas castle with the marshall , following standard castling rules
When a pawn reaches the last row (from the player's point of view) , it can be promoted to a knight , a rook , a bishop , a queen , a marshall , a cardinal or a amazon
The other rules are the same as for Standard chess
Hrqls: I am sure if Sheldon thought of it there would have to be some big explosion with some piece and the game would be over in a trice but to get there would require 23 moves performed in exactly the right order whilst facing west and only breathing out ... bless his soul.
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