Dynamo Chess

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Dynamo Chess is a chess variant invented by chess problemists Hans Klüver and Peter Kahl in 1968. The invention was inspired by the closely related variant Push Chess, invented by Fred Galvin in 1967. Captures are eliminated and enemy pieces are instead "pushed" or "pulled" off the board.

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