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Glinski's hexagonal chess

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Here is an improved version for Glinksi's hexaganal chess ZRF (written originally by J. Mark Thompson and Ivan A Derzhanski). I created a nicer graphics and Alfred Pfeiffer implemented Glinski's standard notation.



Chess pieces are taken from Wikipedia's chess diagram pieces and converted to format accepted by Zillions-of-Games. The board is created by myself. I took the same colors for dark and light colors as in Wikipedia diagram. The third color ("gray") I made to be median of others two. I used this graphics to describe piece movements in Wikipedia's article on GliƄski's hexagonal chess.


Here is a screenshot:


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