Dark Chess

Dark chess is a chess variant with incomplete information, similar to Kriegspiel. It was invented by Jens Bæk Nielsen and Torben Osted in 1989. A player does not see the entire board, only their own pieces (including pawns), and squares where these pieces could move.

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A game of Dark chess in progress; squares indicated by "×" can not be seen by the white player.

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... Dark chess has a strong strategic flavor ... In this chess variant a king should be carefully protected from very dangerous checks by invisible pieces ...

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