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Re: Should this Forum have an Off-Topic section?
« Reply #15 on: April 18, 2018, 10:05:14 am »
Thanks Asher. :)
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Re: Should this Forum have an Off-Topic section?
« Reply #16 on: April 28, 2018, 01:24:28 am »
It's amazing how, and how often, that works! It's actually a fairly easy game, certainly the easiest and closest to standard Western chess 4D variant I know of. Grin, if you're ever interested, I'll cheerfully play a game, even if not very well. I've never claimed to be any good at it. In fact, it's about the only 4D vriant I can play and understand what I'm doing and even what my opponent may be doing.
Thanks for the offer. I might like to play sometime but unfortunatelly I'm a little too busy right now to add any more games to my roster. But one question I have - if we did play, at which website would you suggest playing?
I missed your question about websites. Sorry 'bout that! The only website I know of where you can play it is chessvariants.org