Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 52. Chapters: Eight queens puzzle, Knight's tour, Chess puzzle, Chess problem, Fairy chess piece, Two knights endgame, Endgame study, Glossary of chess problems, Nolot, Babson task, Helpmate, Novotny, Göttingen manuscript, Joke chess problem, Cross-check, Grimshaw, Plachutta, Cylinder chess, Retrograde analysis, Permanent Commission of the FIDE for Chess Compositions, Albino, Proof game, Grotesque, Software for handling chess problems, World Championship of Chess Composition, World Chess Solving Championship, Poems and Problems, Die Schwalbe, Lacny, Selfmate, Motif, Grid chess, The Problemist, Seriesmover, Excelsior, Reflexmate, Phase of play, Rundlauf, Longest uncrossed knight's path, Composition school, Ideal mate, British Chess Problem Society, Model mate, Turton doubling, Prokeš maneuver, Allumwandlung, Pure mate, FIDE Album, International Judge of Chess Compositions, Zepler doubling. Excerpt: A fairy chess piece or unorthodox chess piece is a piece analogous to a chess piece. It is not used in conventional chess, but is used in certain chess variants and some chess problems. These pieces vary in the way they move and possibly in additional properties. Because of the distributed and uncoordinated nature of unorthodox chess development, often the same piece is referred to by different names or the same name is used for different pieces in various contexts (chess problems, various chess variants). Most (but not all) usual fairy chess pieces fall into one of three classes, although it should be noted that some are hybrid pieces (see the Chinese pieces, for example, which can move without capture as riders yet can only capture as hoppers). It is easy to create a new type of piece by simply combining the movement powers of two or more different pieces. Obviously the number of possible such pieces and the properties they may have a...
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