Unachess

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Unachess is a chess variant played with a standard board and pieces. It starts with each player having all his pieces in hand. The players start by putting their pieces on the board. Captures can not be made by a side until its king has been placed on the board. [1][2]

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  1. ^ Pritchard, D. B. (2007). "Unachess". The Classified Encyclopedia of Chess Variants. John Beasley. p. 79. ISBN 978-0-9555168-0-1. 
  2. ^ Pritchard, David (April–June 1995). "Unachess". Variant Chess (British Chess Variants Society) 2 (17): 151. ISSN 0958-8248. 

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