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Annan shogi

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Annan shogi

Annan shogi (Japanese: 安南将棋 annan shōgi) also called Korean shogi, is a variant of shogi (Japanese chess). Annan shogi is a popular shogi variant in Japan.

Contents

  • Gameplay 1
    • Setup 1.1
  • See also 2
  • External links 3

Gameplay

The game is played as standard shogi, except that, when a piece has a friendly piece on the square directly behind it, it has the movement of that piece instead of its own. A variant rule is that a piece may move like any friendly piece that protects it. The setup is somewhat different from standard shogi.

The game should not be confused with Korean chess, a variant of chess that is played in Korea, but which resembles xiangqi (Chinese chess) rather than shogi.

Setup

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L N S G K G S N L a
  R           B   b
P   P P P P P   P c
  P           P   d
                  e
  P           P   f
P   P P P P P   P g
  B           R   h
L N S G K G S N L i

See also

External links

  • The rules of Annan Shogi
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