Talk:Human chess

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Wizard's chess could be added to this article perhaps. ChessCreator (talk) 15:02, 16 February 2008 (UTC)

19th Century History[edit]

I've located some accounts of 19th Century Human Chess matches. The matches were performed in theaters.Graham1973 (talk) 13:44, 11 June 2011 (UTC)

Something's Fishy[edit]

"Piece captures are represented by choreographed fights that determine whether the piece is actually taken or not." How would this work? If a piece moves onto another pieces square, it's captured. It's completely deterministic, the stage fight wouldn't deliver the capture information, the piece's movement would. For example, if a pawn moves to another pawn's square, and they have a stage fight, the moving pawn should always win. So what is there to determine? Are the rules of the variant of Human Chess being talked about somehow different from Inanimate Chess? Minorfixaccount (talk) 06:30, 17 June 2013 (UTC)

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