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    Reinhard Scharnagl
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Fischer random chess, also known as Chess960, is a variation of the game of chess invented by former world chess champion Bobby Fischer. Fischer announced this new game variation on June 19, 1996, in La Plata, Argentina. Fischer random chess employs.

Fischer random chess, also known as Chess960, is a variation of the game of chess invented by former world chess champion Bobby Fischer. Fischer random chess employs the same board and pieces as standard chess, but the starting position of the pieces on the players' home ranks is randomized, following certain rules.

The game Fischer random chess, played with conventional chess pieces and rules, starts with a random selection of one of 960 positions for the pieces

The game Fischer random chess, played with conventional chess pieces and rules, starts with a random selection of one of 960 positions for the pieces. Arrangements of the pieces are restricted so that the king is between the rooks and the bishops are on different colored squares

Computerschach) (Taschenbuch). von Reinhard Scharnagl. etc, or you would simply like to learn more about it, I recommend you that group. There, we are trying to gather as much information about this great chess variant.

Chess960 Titled Arena ft. Magnus Carlsen as DrNykterstein February 2019. Reinhard Scharnagl, another proponent of the variant, advocated the term "FullChess". Today he uses FullChess, however, to refer to variants which consistently embed standard chess (. Chess960, and some new variants based on the extended 10 8 piece set in Capablanca Chess). He recommends the name Chess960 for the variant in preference to Fischer Random Chess. Quotes by grandmasters. Fischer's proposed "new chess" has elicited various responses from grandmasters.

Fischer Random Chess, also called Chess960, is a variant of chess invented by former world chess champion Bobby Fischer. Thanks to all participants who made this qualification process the largest and most successful in the history of chess. It uses the same board and pieces as standard chess, but the starting position of the pieces on the players' home ranks is randomized.

On August 01, 2015 he posted on his Google+ site that he survived three weeks of chemotherapy and radiation therapy fighting brain tumor. He died soon later that month in August 2015 .

Scharnagl is the author of the book ch (FRC, Chess960) - Die revolutionäre Zukunft des Schachspiels (inkl. Computerschach)", ISBN 3-8334-1322-0. Since 2001 he has been trying to advance and popularize Fischer Random Chess, today more commonly called Chess960, particularly in the area of programming. Scharnagl is the inventor of Capablanca Random Chess (CRC), a variant basing on the 10x8 chessboard and Jose Raul Capablanca's extended piece set (additional pieces- the chancellor and the archbishop). He also has written the 8x8 and 10x8 multivariant chess program SMIRF.

Fischer Random Chess (also called Chess960, Chess 960 . In contrast, Reinhard Scharnagl strongly recommends that, since castling is fundamentally a king's move, the king should always move first.

Fischer Random Chess (also called Chess960, Chess 960, Fischerandom chess, FR chess, or FullChess) is a chess variant created by Grandmaster Bobby Fischer (the World Champion of chess from 1972 until 1975). It was originally announced on June 19, 1996, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The starting position for Fischer random chess must meet the following rules: White pawns are placed on their orthodox home squares. All remaining white pieces are placed on the first rank.