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A New Variant of the Board Game Chess: Chess With New Mindless Figure.

Authors: Martiros Khurshudyan

In this article we present a new variant of Chess Game. This work is not written for attempt to propogate the Chess Game or to present whole beauty of the Game. We know that figures from ordinary Chess are faithful by means given by the definition at 'A New figure of the game and its properties' section. The aim here is different, here we want to make a new Game by playing with faithfulness of the figures. Directed by that motivation, we introduce a New Type Game Figure: Mindless Figure. This figure has very interesting property, it can not remember its past and its future do not known. And such property gives such name to our figure. From the future writing, our New Figure can be considered as a mirrow, which can reflect the properties of the other figures. In the coming sections of the article the following are presented and discused: discription of the new figure, general rules are for manage the game and the figure, final proposition and mechanisms of deciding of a winner. As general, the subject of the Game is the same as for the original Chess Game: 'kill the King' of Your opponent [1]. At the end a Conclusion is given.

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[v1] 26 Mar 2011

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