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Welcome to the blog of Mehmet "The Khan" Özdemir and David "Subedei" Smits. W're going to test, play and play again chess variants for the 10x10 chess board. Every month playing a new chess variant. These Chess variants we find by means of Googling the internet. And after playing we review.

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Chess Games 10x10: Perdeli - "with a Curtain"

The chess variants that we're testing are allready "known" to you. You can find them on the internet as well on this website.

David and I have tested the KhanChess variants "yasak" and "serbest" for more than a year. We're addicted to it. The addiction goes that far that we have taken it to the 8x8 chessboard. (you can read more on

KhanChess chessgames are the games where you win by directing you King to the last line. When he arrives there in a non checked postion you win the game. It's "veni vidi vici Khan".

The "Perdeli" doesn't need additional chess pieces. Get four hairbands for the Subedei pawns (two for white and two for black) and it can be played. If you have read how to play it than you can proceed reading.

We have played without putting restrictions. Putting restrictions for the pawn means that on every row there has to be a pawn. We played without restrictions. Only the King is the last piece to place.

The Difference with classic Chess

It's the pawns and the King. The fact that you can win a game with your King makes this piece the most dangerous piece on the board. With every line closer to the last line your King's powers increase on a logarithmic scale.

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