Grand Chess - "Yasak" - Forbidden
Set Up Khan Grand Chess "Yasak"
It's a loading chess variant. It means you load your chess pieces onto the chess board.
8 pawns, 2 rooks, 2 knights, 2 bishops, 1 queen, 1 king
Pawns are divided in 6 Mongol pawns and 2 Subedei pawns.
Objective in all the Khan 10x10 chess
Veni Vidi Vici Khan or Check Mate
Chess variant 10x10 with the Khan element. Pieces are placed alternately, a placed piece can't capture and move. After the Kings Landing up to and including the sixth line in a non checked square. The Yasak is lifted.
- Khan grand 10x10 chess variants are loading grand chess variations
and that means that you don't have a fixed start position.
- You are loading your pieces onto the board and with Khan grand chess variations 10x10
you use only the classic chess pieces. Not one extra piece is needed.
- Khan grand chess variants 10x10 don't have castling.
- Khan grand chess variations 10x10 don't have capturing En passant.
- Khan grand chess variations 10x10 are preferrably played rapid (black presses and white begins loading)
- Pawns in Khan grand chess variations can go all directions (not diagonal), all the times one or two squares and capture like classic chess pawns. They are called Mongol Pawns.
- Two pawns in the Khan variations have an distinction (a hairband), these two can also capture backward and are called Subedei pawns.
- Due to the fact that Khan variations 10x10 are loading chess variations you can have two bisshops of the same color.
- Pawns don't promote, Your kings promotes to Khan.