PG 3D By: PG 3D

1 Possible set up for 2nd Game

With a player on 'A' and a player on 'B' Level, it is more difficult to attack the corners.

For quick details on how it is played;

  • joe 8y

    Interesting set. Is it to play what I've been calling "Alice's Chess", where every move warps the piece to the other board and captures are always made on the opposite board?

    Nice set, in any case!
  • PG 3D 8y

    All the rules for 'Chess - The Next Generation' are exactly the same rules as regular chess. The only difference is a 2nd board and how the pieces move dimensionaly.
  • PG 3D 5y

    I have personally found, that after playing many 3D Chess games (as seen above), the best way to set up the board for just one game (as a-pose-to playing 3 games with the same person), would be to set the game up as seen in the above picture. This is also the better set up as it prevents a corner attack early in the game. Also, I found that the person who is just starting out in 3D chess, he should set up his pieces on the bottom board which forces him to look through the top board. In this way he is always aware of another board for his pieces to move to. This will allow him the full enjoyment of this dimensional game. [that's a lot said in one small paragraph] Check out the link just under the picture.
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