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Multiplayer Grid ( Gin ) is a popular and brand new two player game based on the hit UK based TV show game. Identical to the show, players take turns in choosing squares on the grid which increase or decrease their cash balance. The player who finishes with most cash wins the game.
The object of the game is to get all of the cards in the 4 suit piles on the upper right. You must lay a card on a "row" pile in descending order with the opposite colour. A King can be moved onto an empty column. The suit piles start with an Ace and go up to the King.

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Chess Challenge Skill Game


Chess Challenge


Game Goal


The main Object of the Game( Chess Challenge ) is to plac eyour Opponent's king in checkmate.


Game Rules


Chess Challenge includes three variations of chess, which you can choose while negotiating with a potential opponent. These are Traditional Chess, Fischer Random Chess, and Red Square Chess. If you are already familiar with the rules of chess, you can skip the next section, and proceed to the rules for the other two variations. These variations are :--

1. Traditional Chess : This chess Variant is the most common form of the chess and the rules and strategies are the same as the Standard Chess have like -- each player have 16 Pieces, but only six unique pieces.

2. Fischer Random Chess : Unlike Traditional Chess, the setup of the pieces varies with every game of Fischer Random Chess. The pawns setup is always the same as Traditional Chess, but the setup of the other pieces is randomized. But not completely random: the bishops are always on different colors, and there is always a rook on either side of the king. Both players have the same setup, so there is no advantage to either player.

Otherwise, the rules and piece movements are the same as for Traditional Chess. Note that the different setups can make for some unusual castling situations. Consult the two Castle buttons to the right of the chessboard to see whether your position allows castling at any given point.

3. Red Square Chess : Red Square Chess has the same piece setup as Traditional Chess. However, during each game of Red Square Chess, two of the unoccupied spaces in the center of the board will be red. These spaces will vary from game to game.

Pieces can pass over red squares, but only pawns can land there; all other pieces are barred from the red squares. Otherwise, the rules are exactly the same as for Traditional Chess. Note that the king cannot move into a red square, even to avoid a check or checkmate.


Game Strategy


During the early part of the game, try to control the center area of the board. Move pieces into the center, or move pieces into position to protect the pieces in the center.

The most common opening moves are to move the king's pawn or the queen's pawn two squares forward.

As you move your pawn structure forward, try to keep the row staggered, so that the pawns to the rear protect the more forward pawns.

Don't overreach - for example, don't move your bishop into an aggressive position by itself on your opponent's half of the board, where a simple pawn move will force it to retreat. Move your forces out steadily and evenly.

Sacrifice a less important piece in order to take a more important piece of your opponent's. Generally speaking, the order of importance of pieces, from most to least important, is queen, rook, bishop, knight, pawn. Some experts consider the knight and bishop to be of about equal worth. The king is not included on this list since it can never be taken.


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