Friday, 8 September 2017

PRELIMITARY INTRODUTION OF 12 BEGINNING MOVES IN SIMPLE GEOMETRIC CHESS

   With a simple geometric chess, players have many ways to declare a game. Here we briefly introduce 12 beginning moves for your reference. In all these cases, if the side making late move has a proper response, the side making previous move can not create the advantage of the score from the beginning.

1. Move piece 5 to position E5 (Figure 01).

   With the opening of this red side, if the black side does not have a reasonable move, then in the next move, the red side can move piece 5 to position F5 or D5 to create a straight line 4-5-6. The red side can also move piece 5 to position B5 or H5 to create a 4-5-6 triangle.

Figure 01


   2. Move piece 5 to position A5 (Figure 02).

  Just like in the first way, if the black side does not have proper move, the red side can move piece 5 to the positions marked on the chessboard to make a straight line or triangle to gain the points.

Figure 02

      3. Move piece 5 to position I5 (Figure 03).

     The meaning of the beginning move is the same as the first and second beginning cases.

Figure 03

   4. Move piece 5 to position E6 (Figure 04).

 With this beginning move, it is also found that, in the next move, the red side can move piece 5 to position D5 or F5 to create the straight line  with equal distance 4-5-6.

Figure 04

   5. Move piece 5 to position E4 (Figure 05).

 With this beginning move, it is also found that, in the next move, the red side can move piece 5 to position D5 or F5 to create the straight line  with equal distance 4-5-6.

Figure 05

    6. Move piece 5 to position E2 (Figure 06).

  With this beginning move, in the next move, the red side can move piece 5 to position B5 or H5 to create the straight line  with equal distance 4-5-6.

Figure 06

    7. Move piece 6 to position B5 (Figure 07).

    With this beginning move, if the black side does not have proper move, then in the next move, the red side can move piece 5 to position F1 to create the triangle 4-5-6.

Figure 07

   8. Move piece 4 to position H5 (Figure 08).

 With this beginning move, if the black side does not have proper move, then in the next move, the red side can move piece 5 to position D1 to create the triangle 4-5-6.

Figure 08

  9. Move piece 4 to position G4 (Figure 09).

 With this beginning move, if the black side does not have proper move, then in the next move, the red side can move piece 2 to position B4 to create the triangle 2-3-4.

Figure 09

  10. Move piece 2 to position B4 (Figure 10).

 With this beginning move, if the black side does not have proper move, then in the next move, the red side can move piece 4 to position G4 to create the triangle 2-3-4.

Figure 10

  11. Move piece 6 to position C4 (Figure 11).

  With this beginning move, if the black side does not have proper move, then in the next move, the red side can move piece 8 to position H4 to create the triangle 6-7-8.

Figure 11

  12. Move piece 8 to position H4 (Figure 12).

 With this beginning move, if the black side does not have proper move, then in the next move, the red side can move piece 6 to position C4 to create the triangle 6-7-8.


   Figure 12 


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