Embassy chess is a chess variant created in 2005 by Kevin Hill. It borrows the opening setup from Grand Chess by Christian Freeling and adapts it to the 10×8 board. Embassy chess is a non-commercial Capablanca random chess variant that is played on a 10×8 board with two additional pawns per side and two fairy chess pieces: the marshall and the cardinal.
There are multiple chess engines, that may play Embassy chess:
- Zillions of Games using a third-party rules file, such as this one
- Sjaak 2 
- Fairy-Stockfish